Austro-Hungarian War Cemetery of Folgaria,

The  Austro-Hungarian War Cemetery of Folgaria holds the remains of 2,500 dead - 750 of them unknown - of the Imperial-Royal Army, in part belonging to the 59th Infantry Regiment of Salzburg. Their remains are contained in four large underground crypts, built in the early Seventies. The small cemetery is located near the parish church. Since the beginning of the war, the area was used for the burial of those killed in combat and was expanded after the war up to the Thirties, following the exhumation of other smaller cemeteries scattered on the Plateau. Among the tombstones in the cemetery, you can see a big projectile of a Skoda mortar active on the field of Serrada.