Alte Grenze in Pontebba

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Those two white stones, called “myria meter stone” (from greek myria = 10.000) are usually placed as survey marks for rivers and railroads. In Pontebba, they mark the old border between Italy and Austria, before it was changed after World War I in 1918.

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