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Free guided visit of the open air museum of WW1 on Mt. Lagazuoi with a re-enactor

“We learn from history that we do not learn from history.”
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

The essential difference between a historical re-enactment and a scenic use of uniforms and war  equipment is knowledge: a historical re-enactor does more than merely wear an antique uniform. He recreates the environment and the atmosphere associated with that particular historical period.
The re-enactors are people who have spent many years studying history, aspects of military and civil life of the time.
People who wear a uniform to commemorate all those made a lasting contribution to peace, who are against the war, who believe that we have responsibilities in the present because of our recent past.
 

Guided visit of the Great War Open Air Museum of Mount Lagazuoi with a re-enactor wearing the uniform of the 3rd Regiment of the Tiroler Kaiserjäger, in full kit

  • Duration: approximately an hour and a half
  • Cost: no entrance fee, but donations are welcome
  • When: daily throughout the summer season - excluding Mondays - from 20th June until 11th September 2022. The meeting point is the terrace at the top station of the Lagazuoi cable car at 9.30, 11.30 a.m. and 2 p.m. You can check availability and book your guided tour using the reservation app but also join the historical re-enactor on the cable car’s terrace at the above-mentioned times.
  • 2022 summer novelty: try out the Cober trekking poles for free during your guided visit.

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Contact details: Andrea Orsi - freefall59@gmail.com

Experience history hands-on