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A bus (number 7 if I remember correctly) from the centre of Rovereto was our first choice, but – at the time of our visit – they ran very infrequently (every two hours, I think), and we’d just missed one. The lady in the tourist...More
The bell was made in 1924 from the bronze of the cannons of all the nations participating in the First World War. It was designed based on the idea of the Roveretan priest Antonio Rossaro and placed on the Malipiero tower in the castle. The...More
A beautiful view of Rovereto and the opportunity to learn about the history. There is a theater room with a video overview that is available in multiple languages and museum. The most fabulous Part is seeing the bell ring with the view of Rovereto!
Wonderful location, which promotes peace. I have been fortunate to take
part in a peace ceremenies in this wonderful place a couple of years ago and want to come back. Great memory of those who lost their lives, monument made of melted cannons teaches us...More
You feel a sense of serenity and peace at the monument to the Fallen - a display centre, flag-lined walkway and huge historic bell made from former canons to promote peace.
We went there at night and enjoyed awesome mountaintop views of many villages below....More
The Bell was made from WWI bronze cannons, offered by several nations whose young men died in that war. It is the largest bell in the world that is struck at full peal. Because of cracks, it has been recast twice. But still day, the...More
Not only is it a treat to actually look out over the valley from the bell's site, but inside the Campana dei Caduti Foundation always has exhibitions on war/peace, using different media and materials. Don't miss the Sunday at Noon ringing of the bell, if...More