Fabulous and charming, the Reschensee, with its 6 km of extension, is one of the landmarks of the Venosta Valley. From its limpid waters, in which the surrounding mountains are reflected, a submerged bell stands solitary. But the story hidden behind this postcard landscape is not quite as idyllic. The Romanesque church of the 14th century is a silent witness of the irresponsible management of the lake after the Second World War.
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