Strino Fort

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Fort Strino is located along the road going towards Passo Tonale, between the town of Vermiglio and Passo Tonale. Built in 1862, it is part of a fortification system in Trentino devised by the Austrian Militia after the Wars of Independence, when the Trentino region became the southern border of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Both the fort and the town of Vermiglio played a key role on the warfront, and today, almost 80 years after the end of these tragic events, the fort has been patiently and meticulously restored in order to become a historical museum on the «White War».

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Open on 29th-30th.03 and 1st.04, from 14:00 to 17:00. For openings during holidays, contact 0463 758200.

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