On the path of the “Great War”

History lovers and ordinary onlookers may be interested in observing the marks that the World War I (in Italy called “Grande Guerra”, literally “Great War”, and on the Alps “Guerra Bianca”, “White War”, referring to the snow-covered peaks where the fighting took place) left in the area: trenches and military facilities such as the Davenino in the Vezza d’Oglio area, the Montozzo’s barracks or the awe-inspiring ramparts of the “bocchette di Val Massa” a miniaturized Great Wall of China at more than 2500 meters of altitude.