Another view of a mountain road during the journey of a German soldier on the Italian front in 1916… Thanks to the legend, we know that this place is the valley of Mattarello, a little town which is located some kms south of Trento. This means that the column, from Trento, didn’t take the Fresina Road (see previous post) at the N-E of Trento, but the southern road, which leads to the Asiago Plateau too. Did this soldier come back and forth from the front to the supply depot and took different roads? We’ll probably never know. Did you notice that the truck which follows the photographer is the VI 2190 one spotted yesterday?