Krn/Monte Nero #2
WWI Wire around the Tre Cime
The residue after soldiers
Buffa di Perrero(2760m)
One of the "tre canoni" near...
WWI gun on the "cima dei tre...
Tofana di Rozes
In the WW1 tunnels of...
Inside a trench WW1
WWI Barrack on the top of...
On way ..
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giving a look to the sites where young soldiers (both Italian and Austrian) spent very cold winters with approssimative gear (and lost their life) can make us a little humbler both as men and as climbers ... that's good
I've lead my children in some of these sites just for it, and has been a great lesson
Thanks you Gabriele. Regards Sebastian
One more example of the Human history of the Alps. Great job.
What a great and unique idea. It must be so interesting to hike and climb among these tragic ruins.
Yes it is. To see the old rotten wood-ladders in the Dolomites makes yourself very meditative. They are silent witnesses of courage and bravery. Sebastian
I think, I have some photos to attach here...
Yes please. I am excited to see them. Thanks. Sebastian
I'll attach them tommorow, but I think they aren't so interesting...
I´m off to the Ortler early summer, I´ll try and get some photos too.
Well done, very interesting!
Thanks Charles, I am looking forward to your photos. /Sebastian
It's noteworthy to remind us all. And a very interesting collection of images.