Fort Clemp

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The fort of S. Antonio di Mavignola: Fort Clemp

the constructionConstruction of Forte Clemp took place between 1914 and 1915 using large slabs of granite and concrete. It was about forty meters (130 feet) long and included rooms for the troops, for the storage of rations, a munitions depot, and a water tank, as well as areas designed for defensive purposes.

system of defenceThe side looking down the mountain had a number of embrasures used to fire on the enemy, and during the time of the Austro-Hungarian empire, it became part of a broader system of defence made up of additional trenches, forts, tunnels, and sniper outposts running from the summit of Doss del Sabion down towards Sant’Antonio di Mavignola and back up to Malga Clemp, Malga Valchestria and continues up to Doss del Fò.

TodayThe fort, and the garrison that was to come, never played an active part in the war, and it was abandoned after the armistice. In recent years, the building, now reduced to a ruin, has been preserved.

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