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  • Welcome to the largest and oldest convent in Tyrol, inhabited by the Augustinian Canons. It is located in the municipality of Varna, in the immediate vicinity of Bressanone, and is one of the most prestigious abbeys in northern Italy and the Alpine region. The Abbey of Novacella was founded in 1142 by the blessed bishop Hartmann, initially conceived

  • Here is one of the events not to be missed next September! When we talk about the traditions of the Val Pusteria, we cannot help telling about the Malghe festival in the Casies valley. In 2019, this special day falls on September 15th and takes place in 8 malghe in the val

  • The Haunold or Rocca dei Baranci is a 2,966 m high peak, the highest in the Rondoi-Baranci group, and full of stories and legends. In San Candido many tell of the legend of the giant Haunold, the son of a Roman captain stationed in San Candido who drank from a miraculous source

  • This is an obligatory stop for those who are on a tour of the Valle Aurina! The path to discover the Riva waterfalls is already in itself a show that winds through the woods. It is quite simple with little slope and is an experience to which

  • Rich in decorations and embroideries the traditional costume of the Val Pusteria has an ancient history of rural traditions that it is right not to lose, because they are part of everyone's memory. In South Tyrol, traditional clothes are highly valued and worn on special occasions. Starting from the XVIII

  • Not long ago when we arrived in Val Pusteria, between the countries of Rio Pusteria and Vandoies, it was necessary to cross the walls of the Chiusa di Rio Pusteria, crossing a narrow road that grazed those walls and gave the feeling of really entering a different world, a door opening

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