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Strada delle 52 gallerie #1, Pasubio
Veneto

The Strada delle 52 gallerie (or Prima Armata) is one of the most amazing places you can find on Dolomiti.

This peculiar road was build during the first world woar for military pourpose.
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Copyright: Alberto Gianera
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送信日: 08/10/2012
更新日: 13/10/2014
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Tags: pasubio; rifugio; generale; papa; fabio filzi; gallerie; tunnels; war; guerra; wwi; grande guerra; prima guerra mondiale
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