The Mina gallery, the city of Verceia, brought to the public's knowledge a testimony dating back to the First World War. The mine tunnel is located in the mountain's belly, a narrow tunnel that holds ancient secrets, an intrigue of wells, chambers, cisterns and ventilation ducts: a century after the Great War, it represents a unique historical testimony. The war had other developments and the Italian army never had to use the gallery that remained as it was then. Some years ago, with an important intervention, the Mountain Community has recovered and returned it to the territory as a historical and cultural resource, in the context of a war that is fought along the northern Italian borders. The entrance to the Mina tunnel is located on the old state road 36, in Verceia, on Lake Mezzola, opposite the natural oasis of the Pian di Spagna, along the cycle path, between road and railway tunnels. In addition to the scheduled opening days, the Mina gallery can be visited by appointment.