Photo reportage #2: the trenches of Castel Cesil (Monte Grappa)

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The following photo reportage about the trenches of Castel Cesil was kindly offered to World War I Bridges by Ugo Agnoletto. We thank him for his precious help in the start-up of this unit of World War I Bridges.

If you descend Cima Grappa towards the village of Pederobba (location of a WWI French memorial), you can take a little time to visit the well preserved trenches of Castel Cesil on the peak with the same name belonging to the Grappa mountain range. These were located in that front which ran from Cima Grappa to Monte Tomba at an average altitude of 1100m a.s.l. This grid of trenches might be taken into consideration in a wider itinerary including a deeper knowledge of Cima Grappa and its open-air museum.