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The Walk of Peace

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The legacy of war cannot be ignored: it has shaped people, landscapes, and life on both sides of the border. A century after the First World War, the Walk of Peace trail of remembrance links more than 300 monuments in a unique route of over 500 kilometres from the Alps to the Adriatic. Once war-torn sites, today they are monuments of remembrance, and the Walk of Peace spreads a message of peace, cooperation, and friendship between peoples.

As part of the existing project, the European Capital of Culture will facilitate two sub-projects: the research and inventory of Austro-Hungarian cemeteries and Italian tombs along the trail, and the creation of a Park of the Nations, with cultural events and a guide to the Walk of Peace.

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