Turislucca

THE GOTHIC LINE (visit to the bunkers of World War II)

20 minutes from Lucca discover an astonishing historical site dating from World War II now open for the first time to visitors.
The Gothic Line was a heavily defended fortification ordered by Hitler and organised by Feld Marshal Kesserling during the final stages of the war, known as the Italian campaign. The line was constructed along the mountain peaks of the Apennines, and designed to cover the retreat of the Third Reich Troops. The strength and depth of the fortifications illustrates the iron determination of the German forces to continue fighting the Allies all the way back to the gates of Germany.
The Gothic Line runs east and west of the River Serchio and is uniquely well preserved: Tank traps, bunkers, underground tunnel systems and hidden pathways inside the mountain, observation posts and trenches.
Discover an imposing and breath taking piece of perfectly preserved Italian history – allow 2/3 hours for your visit.

– The Museum of the Gothic Line, Borgo a Mozzano
– Bunker #1 called “The Front Line”
– Bunker #2 called “Madonna di Mao”
– Bunker #3 called ” The Church” (under the hill of the village Anchiano)
– Visit to The Ponte del Diavolo ( The Devil’s Bridge) one of the most beautiful bridges in the world.

4 commenti a “THE GOTHIC LINE (visit to the bunkers of World War II)

  1. Fantastic beat ! I wwish to apprentice whilst yyou amend your web
    site, how can i subscribe for a blog site? Thee account aided me
    a applicable deal. I were tiny bit familiar of this your broadcast offered vivid clear idea

  2. Asking questions are actually nice thing if you are not understanding anything totally, except this article gives good understanding even.

  3. I think this is one of the most vital info for me. And i’m glad reading
    your article. But want to remark on some general things, The web site style is perfect, the articles is really great : D.
    Good job, cheers

  4. I am genuinely thankful to the holder of this
    web site who has shared this great post at here.

Lascia un commento

Il tuo indirizzo email non sarà pubblicato. I campi obbligatori sono contrassegnati *