Along the Tagliamento River, the Austro-Hungarian soldiers built fortified positions of defence with machine-gun emplacements, pillboxes, tunnels, and a system of trenches
in the last year of World War I (November 1917–November 1918). These positions served as defence against a possible counterattack by the Italian Army. Today, these remains are incorporated into the footpath called Itinerario del campo trincerato austro-ungarico di Ragogna, which is one of the four trails in the Ragogna area that inform visitors about the events of the last year of World War I in the Ragogna area and its surroundings. To complete this educational trail, it is recommended that you visit the WW1 museum Museo della Grande Guerra di Ragogna.
At Via San Daniele in Ragogna, turn left to Via Carlo Alberto Dalla Chiesa and continue along Via del Lavoro to the branch of Via San Remigio.
Gruppo Storico Friuli Collinare – Museo della Grande Guerra di Ragogna
Via Roma, 23 località San Giacomo
I‒33030 Ragogna (UD)
+39 0432 954078