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Palestra Naturale. La prima palestra per la pratica delle ferrate. Natural practice wall. The first practice wall to learn Via Ferrata technique. Die allererste zum Erlernen des Begehens von gesicherten Klettersteigen. Buffa Rifugio G. Cartelli informativi e commenti sonori nelle postazioni restaurate illustrano le vicende della Grande Guerra.
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Standing on the peak of a mountain in the beatiful Dolomites, Nuvolau hut is famous for the incomparable panorama it offers: a spread degrees view spaces from the Marmolada ski resort to the famous Tofana mountains through Austrian glaciers. Its strategic position made it one of the most important points of view during First World War. Nuvolau hut can be easily reached from many touristic stations: Cortina d'Ampezzo, Corvara and Arabba as it is placed between two important passages: "Passo Falzarego" and "Passo Giau". You can reach it by many paths, but the last part of all of them can be only be done on foot. This is reason why it still retains the magic athmosphere of old huts that hardly can be experienced nowadays; no warm water, showers or other hotel facilities are available remember that you are on a cliff at m. You'll live in a extraordinary place made of simple and ancient things: Nuvolau hut is one of the oldest ones in all Dolomites as it was founded in and keeps its original aspect in all of its parts.
Cortina d'Ampezzo commonly referred to as Cortina, is a town and comune in the heart of the southern (Dolomitic) Alps in the Veneto region of Northern Italy.
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In it was conquered by the Republic of Venice. It then spent much of its history under Austrian rule, briefly undergoing some territorial changes under Napoleon , before being returned to Austria, who held it until From the nineteenth century, Ampezzo became a notable regional centre for crafts. The local handmade products were appreciated by early British and German holidaymakers as tourism emerged late nineteenth century. Among the specializations of the town were crafting wood for furniture, the production of tiled stoves and iron, copper and glass items.