It is a very evocative place, imposing but not bombastic. Over 100,000 soldiers (known 40k, 60k unknown) lie beneath 22 huge Karst stone steps built in front of one of the 1st-World-War most contended hills. Watch out for heart patients: the climb is long and tiring. But the view from the top gets even the effort. This shrine replaces and exceeds, by size and ambitions, the previous Invitti Cemetery, located above the opposite hill, where there is a free parking. It is possible to reach the top (where there is a small military museum) by car, from a side street.
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