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Col di Lana – Mount Sief

Col di Lana – Mount Sief

Theatre of war included in the municipality of Livinallongo del Col di Lana, which extends from the villages of Palla and Agai to Cima Lana, from Mount Castello to "Tagliata Lamarmora", from Cima Lana to Cima Sief, from Passo Valparola to the villages of Corte and Contrin
Fortifications of the lower Agordino

Fortifications of the lower Agordino

The defensive line Cordevole, in the lower Agordino, represented along with Cadore-Maè the ultimate defense system Fortress (yellow line), the more set back from the front lines (red), located on the border of the Austrian Empire.
Lagazuoi - Cinque Torri - Sass de Stria

Lagazuoi - Cinque Torri - Sass de Stria

The area that goes from Cortina d'Ampezzo to Livinallongo del Col di Lana has been greatly affected by the war events of the Great War and which mainly includes Sass de Stria, Piccolo Lagazuoi, and the most distant Cinque Torri
Mount Padon - Marmolada - Ombretta

Mount Padon - Marmolada - Ombretta

A vast area that stretches from Rocca Pietore to Livinallongo including the mountainous group of the Marmolada, Pordoi Pass, Ombretta Pass and the homonymous top, where at each step there are war evidences
Mount Piana - Tre Cime di Lavaredo - Dolomiti d'Auronzo

Mount Piana - Tre Cime di Lavaredo - Dolomiti d'Auronzo

A war zone that, as the entire Dolomite region shows evidences of the Great War, is very wide and includes a territory that extends from Auronzo di Cadore to Dobbiaco and Sesto

Passo Monte Croce - Mount Peralba

Between Alta Pusteria and Comelico e Sappada, during the Great War, developed a defensive line exactly on the border between the Kingdom of Italy and the Austro-Hungarian Empire, a scene of armed conflicts between Italian and Austrian soldiers
Val di Zoldo - Fortress Cadore Maè - Cadore

Val di Zoldo - Fortress Cadore Maè - Cadore

A fortification area created between Zoldo Alto and Longarone, which also includes the entire area of ​​Cadore, the latter particularly rich in military posts, where there is the famous Fortress Cadore Maè



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