Photo reportage #4: Monte Meatte and Monte Boccaor

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The reportage we share today is the logical consequence of the last itinerary (the sixth) we suggested a few days ago. Once again we bring you to Monte Meatte and Monte Boccaor. The sequence of eight pictures show the Path 153 to Meatte, the g
allery path climbing to Meatte Road, the starting point of trenches of Monte Boccaor, the trenches, a curious pool to collect rainwater, the trenches leading to fire position, the Meatte road and the Path 152. The trench path of Monte Boccaor has been re-established in 2010 by the volunteers of "Alpini" (the Italian Alpine troops) belonging to the local group of Paderno del Grappa. Their highly commendable intervention will go on until 2015.