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Sulla Presa XV del Montello in prossimita’ della dorsale fu creato un bunker da cui osservare i movimenti delle truppe sul fronte del fiume Piave. Parliamo della Grande Guerra e proprio da qui re Vittorio Emanuele III vide l’inizio dell’ultimo scontro tra l’esercito italiano e quello austro-ungarico nell’ottobre del 1918, conclusosi con l’Armistizio del 4 novembre. Per celebrare la vittoria sul nemico, nel 1932 ad est dell’osservatorio stesso fu collocata una colonna della Roma Imperiale, stabilendo un legame ideale con la Roma dei Cesari.

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On Presa 15 of the Montellosuch are called the trails on the hill – was created a bunker from which to observe the movements of the troops on the front of the Piave River. We are talking about the First World War and from here King Vittorio Emanuele III saw the beginning of the last clash between the Italian and Austro-Hungarian army in October 1918, which ended with the Armistice of 4th November. In order to celebrate the victory over the enemy, in 1932 to the east of the observatory itself was placed a column of the Imperial Rome, establishing in this way an ideal link with the Rome of the Caesars.

photo by aroundandabouttreviso

photo by aroundandabouttreviso

photo by aroundandabouttreviso

photo by aroundandabouttreviso

photo by aroundandabouttreviso

photo by aroundandabouttreviso

photo by aroundandabouttreviso

photo by aroundandabouttreviso

photo by aroundandabouttreviso

photo by aroundandabouttreviso

photo by aroundandabouttreviso

photo by aroundandabouttreviso

photo by aroundandabouttreviso

photo by aroundandabouttreviso

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