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NervesaGG
Nervesa swarms with signs left by the Great War. It is a place where numerous events took place, thanks also to its proximity to the river Piave.
Along the main street you can already see the first testimony of the war, a recovered Boat Bridge that bears th
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montello_misterioso
A place of peace and old memories, Montello can also prove to be a place full of mysteries.
You can come across fairies, devils and spirits going over it without reliable guides.
The devil wanders there wrapped in a red cloak but there are also the Fade Bone, the
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CrocettaGG
At Crocetta del Montello, at the former Villa Pontello school, there is the Museum of the Twentieth Century and the Great War,
The visit itinerary touches on all the various aspects of life in the period from the point of view of the soldier and the civil
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volpagoGG
Near the Piave front, Volpago found itself in the forefront during the Great War, which raged above all along the northern side of Montello.
In the Venegazzù hamlet, Villa Spineda Gasparini housed the 38th hospital of the Italian Red Cross 4th 
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CornudaGG
During the Great War the Cornuda hills afforded a tactical advantage over the enemy, thanks to a view that went from Grappa to Montello.
At La Rocca there are some features of interest linked to the vicissitudes of the Great War: the Sacred Tree, the Shelter
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GiaveraGG
In the commune of Giavera del Montello, the place that was the theatre of the Solstizio Battle and the Finale one, there is a British Cemetery that contains the remains of 417 English soldiers. The British corps suffered big losses on the source of the Piave and thanks to this British cemetery every soldier
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arccheologia
There are numerous settlements and archaeological vestiges in the area of the Montello Hill and the Asolano Hills.
A point of passage of the Via Claudii Augusta, a fundamental road for the development of the Marca, still today an enigma regarding its lay
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MaserGG
The area was garrisoned by groups of artillerymen, because of its strategic position: it afforded an ideal situation to position guns. For effective firing it was necessary to erect a complex system of observatories and supplies that still today can be seen
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architettura
There are architectural promptings that go from the 10th to the 11th century to go over the interweaving of history and landscape.
Asolo becomes the fulcrum of these itineraries, between piedmont and lowland areas, with Rocca, the Castle of Queen Corna
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grande_guerra
Still today in the area of the Montello Hill and the Asolano Hills you can see the signs left by the battles of the Great War. 
There are various itineraries created in the territory, linked to particular vicissitudes.
For the “Last Peak” itinerary, li
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musei
The Montello Hill and Asolano Hills area has a lot of museums on particular themes like the Italian type face museum in Cornuda, the only one in Italy, or the Foundation of the Boot and Sporting Footwear at Montebelluna.
Linked to the historical and naturalistic tr
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Testimonies to the Great War at Montebelluna can be seen starting from the piazza, where a Monument to the Fallen was built, while in the hamlet of Biadene there is the Santa Lucia charnel house.
An interesting feature is the Military Fountain, used for water
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