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Il Comando Tattico di Settore a Virti

«Comando tattico di settore» was constructed nearby the small village of Virti, in a deep natural gorge invisible to aerial surveillance.
It used to be a covered building, formed by shelters and a telephone exchange, which kept it in communication with the entire front.

Its main role was to coordinate the military operations ongoing on the Alpe Cimbra.

In May 1916, before the Strafexpedition, the hereditary price Charles I of Austria found accommodation here.


How to get there:
From Carbonare: park your car next to the church; follow the signs of the route 33 and “Percorso Tematico della Guerra 2”.

Difference in height: 100 m – Medium/Easy
Children: +8 years old
Time: 2.3 hours (round)
Shorter way: from Virti, walking under the tunnel.
 
 
 
 
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