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WALK ON THE CIRCULAR TRAIL OF MILITARY HISTORY

  • About the project

     The Park of Military History in Pivka is one of the largest military-historical complexes in this part of Europe. Its mission is to safeguard and showcase the military heritage by offering a unique insight into military technology through museum exhibits and collections with rich national tank artillery and aircraft collection as the centrepiece. The Park of Military History is located in the barracks of the Kingdom of Italy which later also served as home to the Yugoslav People’s Army. The visitors can complete their visit in the Park of Military History with a 4-hour walk on the Circular Trail of Military History or with a 1-hour walk on the thematic educational trail to the nearby fort of the Alpine Wall. The goal of the Park of Military History is to keep the memory of the process of gaining independence of the Republic of Slovenia, with an emphasis on the independence war of 1991 alive, particularly through the exhibition titled ‘The Road to Independence’. The Park of Military History received EU funding which helped provide the conditions for the operation of still drivable military vehicles, which puts the museum on equal footing with modern military museums abroad. The investment in redevelopment of the degraded area around the barracks helped transform the originally unsuitable area into a platform with stands from where visitors can safely enjoy a splendid view of the armed vehicles and tanks driving through in the scope of the Festival of Military History, a unique annual event designed to illustrate and revive world war scenes. A footpath leading on the Primož Hill along the museum complex was also redeveloped in the scope of this EU-funded project.  

     The project received EUR 5.4 million, of which 3.9 million came from the European Regional Development Fund. 

 

Photo: Nataša Kogej