Ten years of Dolomites UNESCO
The rugged peaks and steep rock faces of the Dolomites are unique and bear within themmillions of years of geologicalhistory. The mountains we see today were once a sea with corals and reefs. The collision of the European and African plates finally led to the formation of the unique mountain chain. Erosion and glaciation have formed and shaped the limestone over millions of years. In 2009 its beauty and geological significance earned the Dolomites the title of UNESCO World Heritage Site. Succumb to the enchantment of the“Enrosadira”. When the legendary red glow of the sunset brings the "pale mountains" to life, the Dolomites present a natural spectacle of a very special kind.