Fort Mount Treasure is a historic structure that the municipality of St. Anne's acquired in late 2013 through federalism of state ownership, following an agreement with the State Property Office and the Ministry of Culture. This fort is part of a complex of fortifications built between 1905 and 1911.
Recognizing its historical and landscape value, the municipal administration invested significantly in its restoration, using funds dedicated to the Great War and contributions from neighboring municipalities. Restoration work began in 2016 and, after about a year, led to a satisfactory result.
The main objective of the restoration was to preserve the original structure, maintaining its historical aspects and integrating only the necessary technological components. As a result, the entire structure, including its three floors and summit, has remained accessible to the public. From the top of the fort, visitors can enjoy a 360-degree panoramic view: from the plain, where Verona can be glimpsed, via the ridge of Mount Pastello and Mount Baldo, to the Lessin chain.
Originally built to defend the region, today Fort Mount Treasure is a place of great value both scenically and historically, representing a significant asset to the surrounding area.