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Melting glaciers reveal intact World War I shelter on Italy’s Mount Scorluzzo in Stelvio Pass

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The intact cavern-cum-barracks accommodates munitions, books, cigarette holders and animal bones, and was as soon as teeming with Austro-Hungarian troops. They staked out on Mount Scorluzzo, virtually 3,000 meters above sea stage, on the Italian-Swiss border, now a part of Italy’s Stelvio Nationwide Park territory.

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