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Kobarid Museum displays exhibits on the events that occurred during World War I on the Soška fronta - Isonzo Front. It covers two and a half years of static fighting and portrays in detail the 12th Isonzobattle, also known as the Caporetto...more
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This is a private museum and if you are on a battle field tour or just holidays this is a great museum and the staff are great.
A real eye opener and some great artifacts from uniforms, guns, medal and a wonderful 20 video putting...More
Excellent museum about the battles of Isonzo in WO I. A lot of attacks on both sides for more than 2 years, with little gain in territory but very high in casualties. About 500.000 soldiers (German and Italian) died here. The museum describes very well...More
We drove from Bled to Kobarid via Kranjska Gora, Vrsic Pass, Bovec and along the Soca River to Kobarid, the most spectacular drive that took us approximately 2 hours. We stopped in at the museum as recommended by several other travelers and glad we did....More
Interesting exibit, a must see for everybody just to remind us how tragic and deadly every war was and is. Kids liked it too and it provided a great oportunity to teach them about world war I. A film was also very interesting.
The exhibitions of the Kobarid Museum, together with the Museum of the Great War in Gorizia, provides historical facts as well as personal accounts related to the battles in the Isonzo/Soca valley. The staff was very helpful, both the booklets and the film about the...More
Exhibits which include accounts from soldiers. Present what happened not a good or bad side to the war. 4th floor is awesome. Film is great and the exhibit that shows the movement of the armies on the soca front is cool. For more info and...More
Very moving accounts of experiences fighting in the Soca Valley during WW1. We had previously driven through the Vrsic pass and walked along parts of the Soca valley, this museum helped to put a very different perspective on the whole region and made us want...More
To begin to understand something about the people and culture in Slovenia I think museum gives a new visitor so much perspective as you have the pleasure of meeting Slovenians. When I was hiking in the Julian Alps I was able to better understand the...More