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Tom Isitt Sep 19
The WW1 front line on the Tofana was completely mad. The Italians occupied a ledge beneath an overhang, with the Austrians 100m above them. The Austrians lowered men on ropes to lob grenades at the Italians, who were tunnelling beneath them
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Jiří Hrdý 11h
The earth pyramids of Ritten are a natural monument that is located on the Ritten, a plateau not far from Bolzano in northern Italy. The earth pyramids of South Tyrol are…
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Jiří Hrdý 11h
The Tre Cime di Lavaredo are three distinctive battlement-like peaks, in the Sexten Dolomites of northeastern Italy. They are probably one of the best-known mountain groups in the Alps. .
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Dolomit.it Sep 18
"Mountains are the beginning and the end of all natural scenery." John Ruskin
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Agnese G 21m
Replying to @TheTonyHadley
Lovely place. And you right, our planet is wonderful and we've to take care about it. May I suggest you to spent a few summer days on Dolomites? You'll see the best sunset! Love from Milano 😘
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Tom Isitt Sep 18
Climbing the Via Ferrata Innerkofler on Monte Paterno. Lots of WW1 stuff up there. An astonishing place to fight a war.
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Tom Isitt Sep 18
Torre Toblin in the foreground, an Austro-Hungarian observation post. The peak on the far left is Monte Paterno, an Italian observation post. The Tre Cime are on the right. This was the WW1 front line from 1915 to 1917
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Dolomiti Sep 18
Higher and higher towards the top😉 PH Instagram andre.585
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Sweet Angel 🌺 Sep 14
Hiking Dolomites! You know me as cosplayer, but I have other hobbies like to walk in the mountains and climb ✨
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TrekPorium Sep 15
I know I’m not the best but I’m trying my best #italy#vacationpose#vac
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Jon Evan Glaser Sep 16
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rabobanz Sep 17
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Italia Sep 19
The amazing on the Odle mountains, a unique experience to live in La bellezza del sulle Odle, un'esperienza unica da vivere in 📷 IG dope4travel
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Dolomiti Sep 19
Monte Piana offers a spectacular 360 degrees view towards the most famous mountains around Auronzo di Cadore and Cortina d'Ampezzo. It is also known as the Open Air Museum of the First World War. PH Instagram arianninaa.a
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Photos On The Road Sep 18
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Stacy Gibboni Sep 17
Steadily striving for conscious consideration of life’s many paths...this painting is a memory of a Fall walk through a forest in the Dolomites
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Blaise Ulysse Verien Sep 17
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Blaise Ulysse Verien Sep 16
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Dolomiti Sep 16
"Live with no excuses and travel with no regrets" Foto Instagram @mari_moe_
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andyblanck Sep 15
pics from a friend of mine yesterday from the : Italian positions on the "Forcella a Vu", remains of the walkways on the sheer cliff below the Serauta peak. It was conquered in Oct 1917, but was abandoned a few days later following the Caporetto retreat.
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