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Forte Cime  
Italy

Reports2
First reportNovember 1 2019
by time.travel_bavaria
Latest reportJanuary 22 2020
by Dirty Shoes Syndrome



Werk Landro
by time.travel_bavaria on November 1 2019 at 15:09 hr CE(S)T   Shortlink to this report: [ https://urbx.be/yyua ]

Finding out the location
  easy
Access
  very easy
Safety
  safe
Risk of being seen
  high
General condition of the place
  good
Traces of vandalism
  few
Good place for taking pictures?
  very good
Did you see other people?
  none or very few


Visit date and time    September 10 2019 at 16 hr
Visit duration    1 hour

Das Werk Landro liegt direkt auf dem Weg zu den berühmten Drei Zinnen in Südtirol. Die Bunkeranlage aus dem ersten Weltkrieg zeigt sich für Photographen in einem beeindruckenden Zustand! Nur wenige Graffitis, ansonsten hat die Natur die Gemäuer im Griff, im inneren bilden sich schon große Kalksteine. Die verschlungenen Gänge laden zu mehrstündigen Erkundungstouren ein, ein genialer Lost Place!

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by Dirty Shoes Syndrome on January 22 2020 at 10:52 CE(S)T    Shortlink to this report: [ https://urbx.be/kwgg ]

Finding out the location
  very easy
Access
  very easy
Safety
  safe
Risk of being seen
  low
General condition of the place
  bad
Traces of vandalism
  few
Good place for taking pictures?
  very good
Did you see other people?
  few


Visit date and time   August 16 2017 at 12 hr
Visit duration   2 hours

A military fortress from ww1, that can be explored completely stress-free.

I´ts got a pretty picturesque, enchanted look to it and it´s an interesting remnant of history. Unfortunately, It´s completely empty but still beaitiful in a surrealy way with amazing natural decay and it´s fun to explore. These forts always have a special flair to them so I recommend giving it a look.
There´s also a ww2 alpine wall bunker located in the upper part of the fort, that used the ruins as a disguise. A good one-two punch and especially interesting for history-buffs.

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