Within the framework of military road construction between Kostanjevica and Lokvica the members of the 43rd Infantry Regiment from Caransebeș (Romania) set up a monument, or waymark respectively, in honour of Archduke Joseph, commander of the Seventh Austro-Hungarian Corps. This road was also named after him: Erzherzog Joseph Strasse. Next to the memorial stands a stone throne which was named after the commander of the Fifth Austro-Hungarian Army, Svetozar Boroević von Bojna. In the direct vicinity several other remains can also be found. Worth seeing are, for example, the remains of the Segeti encampment, Srčandol (the valley of Santa Barbara), several monuments and memorials, water troughs, etc.
Park of Peace Cerje – Retracing the Footsteps of a WW1 Soldier
Kras – Underground Secrets of Caves
From the local road Miren–Opatje selo turn left, at the indication sign for Cerje, onto a side road and drive on a tarmac road for about 2 kilometres. At a larger crossroad, turn right in the direction of the village of Lokvica. After 200 metres, you will notice a dirt road on the left by the first olive groves. Leave your car by the road and continue on foot for 1.3 kilometres. Follow the indication signs of the Walk of Peace that will bring you to the throne.
You can also reach the Throne of Boroević and the indication sign on the footpath that starts at the parking area under Cerje (at the start of the Promenade of Gratitude). Follow the Walk of Peace indication signs.
Center za obiskovalce Pot miru, Kobarid
(The Walk of Peace Visitor Centre, Kobarid)
Gregorčičeva ulica 8
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