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Museum of the Tre Sassi Fort – Passo Valparola

The Tre Sassi Fort, at Valparola Pass , is one of the most interesting testimonies to the Great War on the Dolomite front.

It was built in 1897 to defend the southern confines of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and was subsequently modernised in 1910.

After only a few weeks of war, the fortress was hit, being damaged by bombs fired from the 5 Torri, and hence evacuated.

Today the Fort has been restructured and displays the soldiers’ kits and the everyday objects they used.

  • Visit: entrance fee. Prices and timetables.
  • Contact: tel. (+39) 0436 861112 cell. 347 4970781
  • Next to the museum, there is a large visitors' car park with a view of the Marmolada .
  • In two minutes you will arrive at the little lake of  Valparola , a jewel set in green meadows.
  • General Informations.

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LAGAZUOI 5 TORRI TURISMO, 32043 Cortina d'Ampezzo (BL) - 3, v.Stazione - tel.0436 2863 - fax.0436 876700 - lagazuoi5torri@dolomiti.org  - P.IVA. 00083390252