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Reviews about Matterhorn Museum - Zermatlantis

雨田

4/5
Reviewed on 28 Apr 2017

What struck me most about visiting this exhibition hall were two of them, which gave a detailed account of the wonderful and tragic story of the first human ascent to Matterhorn Peak in 1865. Because Matterhong is called the Peak of Death, the last unconquered mountain in the Alps, where 500 climbers have lost their lives. The final battle was between the British and Italian climbing teams. The British climbing team won the final battle and reached the summit on July 13, 1865. But when they went down, the rope broke and three people fell dead. One of them, Lord Douglas, was in his 20s when he died and has yet to find a body, which is a source of alarm. The Queen of England has banned all climbing of Matterhorn. However, this ban not only does not stop the pursuit of adventurers, but also makes Matterhong a famous international tourist attraction.

Matterhorn Museum - Zermatlantis
Matterhorn Museum - Zermatlantis
Matterhorn Museum - Zermatlantis
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