Batteria Militare Talmone

Batteria Militare Talmone ulasan, Palau

Batteria Militare Talmone
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414frank
Frankfurt, Jerman11 kontribusi
Apr 2019 • Keluarga
Interesting fort but not really worthwhile visiting unless strolling around while on the nearby beaches.
Ditulis pada 24 April 2019
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David-five-o
London, UK79 kontribusi
Agt 2014 • Keluarga
We didn't even know this place existed. We had planned to go to Spiaggia di Talmone, which is close by. Even to get to Spiaggia di Talmone involves a walk from the road. Beyond the beach is a path which takes you further around the headland, until you get to the Battery. "Camouflaged in the thick Mediterranean maquis that thrives on the rocks and rugged terrain behind the coast, for two hundred years the Talmone Gun Battery has presided over the tract of sea that separates the island of Spargi from Sardinia. The numerous artillery guns jutting out from the underground terraces safeguarded with equal force the frontiers of the Kingdom of Sardinia and those of the Kingdom of Italy. Perfectly integrated into the landscape that contains and protects it, the Talmone Gun Battery lets us in on the exceptionally challenging daily life of the soldiers: the never-ending hours spent scrutinising the sea from the watchtower, the dormitories, the tracking station, the underground munitions depots and, last but by no means least, the implacable solitude. In 1947, shortly after the end of the Second World War, the Paris Peace Treaties required Italy to cease using all of its coastal military facilities: the Gun Battery was, then, abandoned to the ravages of time until, in 2002, the Autonomous Region of Sardinia entrusted the property to FAI on a concessionary basis, and it immediately underwent a painstaking process of conservative restoration, befitting the extraordinary landscape of the Sardinian coast." (From FAI).
When we went, we did not expect anyone to be there, but it was open and we were the only visitors. It really was remarkable. The guide did not speak English and we did not speak Italian, but surprisingly we did ok and learned lots. It was one of the highlights of the holiday as it was completely unexpected.

There was a box for donations, but for 4 Euros, you also get a t-shirt. You wouldn't get that at English Heritage or National Trust!
Ditulis pada 11 Agustus 2014
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