Solitary, seen from long distances, the St. Veith church stands on the hill of Tartsch – an area populated
The building of the church dates back to the Charlemagne times (around 800 A.D.). The construction is simple, rectangular
According to an inscription, the initial consecration of this church dates back to 1199. The nave has flat ceilings
The church of St. John in Taufers was built in 1220. This Romanesque church has the shape of a
Between the 12th and the 13th centuries, the new village is built – home to the Court since the
In 1146, the monks created the first place of prayer and work, based on the rules of St. Benedict.
Churburg of Schluderns is one of the best preserved castles in South Tyrol. It was built between 1253 and
The picturesque old town – the only one preserved in the Venosta Valley – has only 900 inhabitants. It
Fabulous and charming, the Reschensee, with its 6 km of extension, is one of the landmarks of the Venosta
The medieval structure of the Fürstenberg in Burgusio was built by the Bishop of Chur, Konrad, in the 13th
Since 2004, the parish barn of Laudes has been housing the local history museum. Hundreds of ancient utensils and
As a territory of passage between the Alps, the Venosta Valley has always been a place of military interest.
Born in Glurns, the South Tyrolean artist Paul Flora has developed his ironic imagination since an early age. For
The ancient Roman road today is of renewed interest. Via Claudia Augusta lies along the ancient trade route that
The inter-regional project involves Italy and Switzerland, that have created a route along the Romanesque historical testimonies between Engadin
Paintings, graphics, sculptures and photography are the heart of this contemporary art library. Here, you can borrow a piece