Kobarid


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Kobarid

a village in Slovenia on the Isonzo River: part of Italy until 1947; scene of the defeat of the Italians by Austro-German forces (1917)
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Our next strenuous walk heads 19.5km from Kobarid to Bovec, through woods, meadows and villages.
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Gosar, A.: 2010, Site effects and soil-structure resonance study in the Kobarid basin (NW Slovenia) using microtremors.
Another fascinating attraction is the War Museum in Kobarid - cataloguing the horrors of the World War One Isonzo Front, which were chronicled by Ernest Hemingway in A Farewell To Arms.
Principal battles: Limanowa-Lipanov (1914); Gorlice-Tarnow (1915); Caporetto (Kobarid) (1917).
Principal battles: Adowa (Adua near Asmera) (1896); Monte Sabotin (1916); Caporetto (Kobarid) (1917).