The Monte Paterno (Paternkofel in German) is a mountain in the Dolomites high 2746 m above sea level. Mount Paterno is in the Sesto Dolomites, alongside the more famous Three Peaks.
Paterno is historically famous because during the First World War, it was along the border between the Italian and Austrian border. Inside were then dug some tunnels, including the famous Galleria Paterno, to reach the top.
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