The Museo Guerra Museum provides an amazing amount of World War I artifacts found in the Dolomites, where the Italians and Austrians fought in brutal conditions. Imagine trenches filled with ice and snow and trying to stay warm. Our guide was dressed in an ancestors uniform and described how the soldiers were often fighting against neighbors and relatives, since this part of Italy had been part of the Austro Hungarian Empire. The displays include a guitar played by a soldier, food containers, surgical instruments and many photos. Well worth a visit before or after a gondola ride up to the top of Mount Lagazuoi.
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