In Bastia Mondovì, on the highest hill in the area, stands the San Bernardo Memorial. It is a monument built between 1947 and 1951 to honor the fallen soldiers of the 1st Alpine Divisions Group.

The 1st Alpine Divisions Group was a formation of the Italian Resistance that had its headquarters in this area, it operated in Piedmont and on the border with Liguria. The group belonged to the Badoglian Autonomous Formations and was composed mainly of military members.

The partisan mausoleum consists of a tall obelisk, from which a driveway connects it to a church, lined with plaques and headstones bearing the names of the 831 partisans who fell during the Liberation struggle between September 1943 and April 1945 in the Langhe. The San Bernardo Memorial was inaugurated on October 14, 1951, by Prime Minister Alcide De Gasperi.