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Information of the museum Opening Hours from 10 to 13 from 14 to 17 The museum is open daily from 15 June to 30 September. May, June, October: Saturday and Sunday (closed during bad weather). opened from December 24 to January 7 from January 8 until February 15 on Saturdays and Sundays. Every day from 16 February to 10 March. Read the Full Story
Historical Timeline From 1521 with the Treaty of Worms; Ampezzo was assigned to Austria. For 393 years Cortina was part of the 'Habsburg Empire, living with values set on its coat of arms "Mode live ac suit quiesco", (I live sparingly and quiet).
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Museum   They say: The first casualty of war is the truth .....
  This museum tells the story of the soldiers, not generals, or by historians. On the part of the vanquished and not by the victors.   The Museum of World War I opened September 27, 2002 opens its doors to the public on 12 August 2003, the exposed material is mostly owned by the family Lancedelli which also handles the management. And 'the fruit of 45 years of research  
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3 Sassi Fortress "3 SASSI" FORTRESS  “IN TRA’ I SASS” The fort was built between 1897 and 1901 the Italian army to block access to a probable Val Badia. The fort was equipped with cannons M 98 8 cm and two cannons M 98 6 cm in caponiera armored steel, armored four machine guns toward the Sief - Col di Lana and Step Falzàrego and an observatory dome vault ro       Read the Full Story

Museo della Grande Guerra

Opened 2020


Open 1 June 2020 to the

30 September 2020

open for grups of minimum 15 people

from: 10 am to 1 pm

and 2 to 5 pm 



On the centenary of the Great War in the Dolomites


The Museum of War "Forte Tre Sassi" to Valparola Pass (2200 mt) offers you to relive the experience and the stories of the men who fought and lived in this area with the expert historian (Fausto Menardi +39 338 1688 899 e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

The snowshoeing is performed, in the area Edelweiss Stellung, in the barracks and reconstructed trenches, 100 meters in altitude from the museum. The land is owned by the town of Livinnallongo del Col di Lana. The tour continues with a guided tour inside the Museum "Tre Sassi", rich in historical relics collected by the family Lancedelli. One of the finest collections in this area of the Dolomites, which boasts 20,000 visitors a year.

The walk ends at the Refuge Valparola, the "Board of Soldiers", a good meal and a hot mulled wine. Special dishes, for these occasions, proposed by Trebo family, owners of Refuge, composed by Elio, Carmen and Raffaella.

This walk can be the occasion for a charming and interesting experience to discover a history that after 100 years, should not be forgotten

For who is interested:

  • The snowshoeing, are effected every day from February 21 to March 9 (by appointment)
  • The trip takes about 2.30 and 1 hour in the Museum Tre Sassi
  • Meeting at 9.45 (possible in the afternoon beginning at 14.00 on reservation)
  • For groups, also on other days at least 10 people.
  • Adults cost € 20,00 per person (guided tour Edelweiss Stellung and Museum Tre Sassi).
  • Students and schools from age 11 to 20, per person € 15.00
  • Children and school age from 6 to 10 years € 10.00
  • Rent snowshoes € 10.00 per person
  • Reservation at the numbers 347 497 0781 - 377 280 2867
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The experts historical and museum guides "Tre Sassi"


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