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Cinderella Castle Blocked--Magic Kingdom Becomes Ghost Town! And why ?

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Cinderella Castle Blocked, Magic Kingdom Becomes Ghost Town

Story by Andrew Boardwine • Yesterday 3:05 PM


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A House Built 9,000 ft Above the Ground Leaves Authorities With Many Questions and Concerns

If you find yourself in the Dolomites region in Italy, we suggest you look up–way up. Of course, it’s impossible to see from the ground, but if you could see 9,000 feet up, you might spot a peculiar little hut on the side of a mountain. And you might wonder to yourself, how did it get there?

The effort required to reach this isolated home is great, but the reward of picturesque solitude is even greater. 

The architecture is believed to have been created by savvy Italian soldiers during WWI.


Explorers have warned that the path, part of the Via Ferrata Ivano Dibona, requires a “high level of fitness” to climb.

The Via Ferrata — Italian for “iron path” — is fitted with steel ladders, rungs and cables built into the mountain for ramblers to use to navigate difficult sections.  .. 

They would have used the concealed pad to store supplies and take shelter from the enemy as well as the elements.

The unbelievable architecture would have only been accessible by rope ladders and makeshift cable carts — or the treacherous mountain trail that only those brave enough would dare ascend.

Buffa di Perrero’s bizarre location has puzzled people for decades — while others speculated how on earth removal men could ever make it up there.

Remarkably, the impressive property is believed to have been constructed over 100 years ago during World War I.

Savvy Italian soldiers are said to have built the shelter as a place to rest while battling the Austro-Hungarians across the rugged terrain.


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