During the war the old buildings in the part of the road, just past the Santo Spirito Church, were luckily saved from damage though most of the village was destroyed. Among the damaged buildings were the Dornberg and Tasso houses that today host the Musei provinciali of the Castle. Here, close to the Fashion Museum, there is a World War I Museum with artifacts and documents from the war. The museum opened in 1938, firstly housed in Palazzo Attems Petzestein. The museum has a room dedicated to General Armando Diaz with exhibits that include a reconstruction of a military trench and the diorama of a battlefield.