Isonzo Front Italy

On the western side of Mount Sei Busi (Italy) there was bitter fighting going on during the 1st World War. Although not very high, you could control the access to the land below from the top of this mountain. With a total area of approximately 52 hectares of land, the area now houses many memorial works, exhibitions and relics that you can still view as a visitor.
Behind the lower square it's possible to visit an old trench, a relic of the First World War.

The Isonzo Front (Italian for the Soča River) was a front between Austria-Hungary and Italy during World War I, around Kobarid in northwestern Slovenia. More than 300,000 Austro-Hungarian and Italian soldiers lost their lives here.......

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