FORTE DI BARD

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FORTE DI BARD

FORTE DI BARD The Forte di Bard, remained virtually unchanged since its construction, is one of the best examples of fortress of barrier to the early nineteenth century.

The fortress consists of three main buildings, placed at different levels, between 400 and 467 meters: lowest, Opera Ferdinand, the median, the Opera Vittorio, and the highest, the Opera Carlo Alberto for a total of 283 rooms.

The Opera Ferdinand, currently not open to visitors, is presented in the form of a pincer and consists of two buildings, the Opera and the Opera Ferdinand Ferdinand Lower Superior. The Opera Mortars, placed behind her, and the adjacent Powder host venues for the workshops. Approximately half of the fortress stands the Opera Vittorio, who hosts "The Alps of the Boys", an interactive museum devoted entirely to the younger, accompanied by teachers, will be able to play around the themes of mythology and experiment with virtual climb of Mount off white.

At the height of the relief, the most impressive of the three works is composed of a town where all the buildings are supported and which encloses the Opera Gorge, with its courtyard, located at the south side of the defense, and l 'Carlo Alberto Opera with the great quadrangle of the Piazza d'Armi, surrounded by a large porch. The first floor houses the Museo dell'Opera Carlo Alberto of the Alps.

The Forte di Bard is served by a street outside, on the south side, which allows access to the courtyard of the Opera di Gola, and an internal road, with hairpin bends supported by massive walls, climb up the opposite slope facing north and you access to the Opera Carlo Alberto. Both paths are crossing. The summit of the rock, and then the fort is easily accessible thanks to the futuristic panoramic lifts from the village of Bard, at the foot of the fort, allowing access to the Opera Carlo Alberto and then to the Museum of the Alps.

FORTE DI BARD