THE MUSEUM PARK
Passo Coe land of borders
Lonely stones, between pastures and woods, evoke ancient and violent border events, the clashes between the Principality and the Republic of Venice. A long stone wall marks what was once the national border between the Kingdom of Italy and the Empire of Austria-Hungary, between 1915 and 1916 war wall. Malga Zonta, symbol of the Resistance, and Base Tuono, witness of the Cold War, tell other borders. Boundaries of values and ideas, no less deep than the grooves carved into the ground and stone.
The historical illustrative layout
It is divided into three parts, one for each theme: the Great War, the Resistance (Malga Zonta) and the Cold War
The visit to the exhibition is free and free
From September 28th to November 1st, the Museum Park is open on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 to 12 and from 2 to 5 pm.
During the summer, the Park promotes moments of in-depth study of the themes through public conferences and conversations held on places of interest