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This monument keeps the memory of Italian soldiers who died in the battles around Caporetto, present day Kobarid. The memorial has an interesting architecture with a chapel at the top. The view on Kobarid and the Isonzo/Soca valley is very beautiful.
There is a small...More
When in Kobarid, you cant miss this location, as it is one of the first sights of Kobarid you get.
The memorial is on top of a hill, overlooking Kobarid and the mountains - fitting given that the 7014 men burried here had the same...More
The battle that takes its name from the town Caporetto or Kobarid, is an important part of the first world war, which cost a lot of young men dying, 1 million in this region. The monument in style of the twenty years and is maintained...More
I came to this region to see where my grandfather fought on the Isonzo Front in World War 1. Besides that, I knew very little of the history of the area.
After dinner, my wife and I decided to walk around Kobarid. We had seen...More
All Wars are sad, but the WW 1 was in this area exceptionally senseless: two armies facing each other for 3 years, not being able to move either forward nor backward. They just tried to survive and to do as much damage to the other...More