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    Miejsca warte zobaczenia w Południowym Tyrolu

    Południowy Tyrol jest szczególnie bogaty w historie, które krążą wokół tajemniczych miejsc i niezwykłych formacji naturalnych. Miejsca, które warto zobaczyć, takie jak ławki czarownic na alpejskim pastwisku Alpe di Siusi/Seiser Alm, opowiadają historie czarownic i królów, podczas gdy miejsca mocy, takie jak "Stoanerne Mandln" z ponad setką kopców lub stare ruiny na wzgórzu Castelfeder, zachęcają odwiedzających do relaksu i wzięcia głębokiego oddechu. Unikalne formacje naturalne, takie jak piramidy ziemne, to miejsca warte wędrówki i odkrywania.

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    Places to See
    Monument Peter Sigmayr
    Olang/Valdaora, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    In the center of Valdaora di Mezzo, not far from the St. Ägidius church, Valdaora remembers one of his famous sons. The hero of the french wars from 1809/10 is devoted a huge monument from Hans Piffrader.

    Places to See
    S. Maddalena hill
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs

    This is one of the major wine growing regions of Bolzano, embellished by the slopes lined with grape vines. The "schiava" grape variety is cultivated here and vinified in the Santa Maddalena hills, hence the name of its famous ruby red table wine. Rows of wine farms line the hill.

    The small church of Santa Maddalena, situated in a stunning panoramic position on the hill's summit, and hosting a precious fresco cycle dating to 1300, which is still well preserved on all its interior walls, is always woth seeing. Ask at the Tourism board for opening hours. 

    The panoramic view from the Santa Maddalena hills ist astonishing. In the sunset the Catinaccio Dolomite massif takes a pink shade, due to the presence of dolomite mineral.  Its German name "Rosengarten" meaning "Rose garden" refers to the legend of King Laurin and  the glowing in the sunset remembers his Rose garden. 

     Each year on the 22nd of July a splendid festival takes place in Santa Maddalena, celebrating the saint Mary Magdalene. 

    Places to See
    Walthersquare
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs

    Piazza Walther/Waltherpaltz is the central quare of Bolzano. Thanks to its cafés and pretty shops it has become the front parlour of the town and it hosts many traditional events such as the Flower Market and the Christmas market.

    It dates back to 1808 when it was named after Maximilian of Bavaria who had decreeded its construction. It then became "Johannesplatz" as a homage to the Archduke Johann of Austria and in 1901 changes ist name yet again to that of Walther von der Vogelweide (one of the most important German poets who lived between 1170 and 1230) and keeps it untile present date, except for a brief period between the two WWs, when it got named afer King Victor Emmanuel III of Italy.

    Forts & Castles
    Castle ruins "Hochgalsaun"
    Kastelbell-Tschars/Castelbello-Ciardes, Vinschgau/Val Venosta
    The castle ruins Hochgalsaun lies in a dizzying height on a steeply sloping rocky spur over the fraction Galsaun the place Kastelbell-Tschars.It was built in the course of the 13th century by the Tyrolean noble family Montalban. After destruction and reconstruction in 1300 she went to the Lords of Schlandersberg before it was destroyed again in 1423 and then finally ruined.From the castle, only a few remains of the walls have been preserved, giving hardly binding information about their original appearance. To a small yard to the valley side residential buildings and the direction of attack on the mountain side of the keep on the highest point of the castle square should have been. On the valley side, far lower are the remains of the former castle chapel.
    Lakes, cascades
    Stilfser Goldseen lakes
    Stilfs/Stelvio, Vinschgau/Val Venosta
    A circuit trail near the Obere Stilfser Alm Alpine refuge leads to the Goldseen Lakes above Stilfs/Stelvio (not to be confused with the Goldsee Lake on the Stelvio Pass). In the high mountain grasslands around these small Alpine lakes, one enjoys an unobstructed view of the Ortler area.
    Places to See
    Wallneregg
    Ritten/Renon, Bolzano/Bozen and environs

    On "Wallneregg-Bühel", where robbed graves can be visited; some burial objects have been found in the moss. On the top of the "Bühel" you can admire the remains of an altar more than 3 m high, which served as a burnt offering place from about 1500 to 750 BC.

    Churches & Monasteries
    Church of S. John
    Prad am Stilfser Joch/Prato allo Stelvio, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    This very early church stands in the south-east part of the village, in the midst of green meadows. The church was built in the Romanesque style by the von Tschengels as their proprietary church at the end of the 13th century; it then benefited from the pastoral care of clerics from Tschengls. The last member of the Tschengls died in 1421. Inside the church John the Evangelist and John the Baptist are revered as patron saints. In the course of time the church was adapted to contemporary architectural styles and enriched with devotional pictures. Particular sights worth seeing are:

    • Romanesque and Gothic frescoes
    • the gallery from c. 1600
    • the wooden baroque ceiling and pews
    • a grave-stone from the Counts of Tschengels
    • the frescoes uncovered in the last century
    • two frescoes by Karl Plattner (1948)


    The last constructional measure was the reroofing with small shingles in 2002.

     

    For visits, contact the Prad am Stilfserjoch tourist office.

    Places to See
    Pine hill
    Martell/Martello, Vinschgau/Val Venosta
    An expressive hillock rises by the timberline above wonderfully fragrant stands of swiss stone pine, accompanied by the "rasping" sound of the spotted nutcracker, the calls of an eagle and the whistling of marmots. Even the stone pines seem to try to get higher up. An enchanted fountain invites you to linger, contemplate and ponder.
    Places to See
    Seiser Alm - the biggest alp in Europe
    Kastelruth/Castelrotto, Dolomites Region Val Gardena

    The Seiser Alm is the largest high plateau in Europe (56 km²). It is located in the South Tyrolean Dolomites in Italy, north-east of Bolzano above the well-known tourist destinations Ortisei and Castelrotto. The Mount Sciliar and the Denti di Terrarossa bound the Seiser Alm to the southwest. To the southeast follows the striking mountain massif of the Sassolungo Group. To the north, Bullaccia borders with Val Gardena.

    During summer, as well as in winter, the Seiser Alm is a famous destination for numerous guests. In early summer, you can admire the beautiful flowers that transform the plateau into a sea of colour. The Seiser Alm owes its uniqueness to the farmers, who annually mow the great meadows during the summer months with much diligence and effort.

    Even during the winter months you can enjoy numerous activities, such as skiing, hiking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.

    Lakes, cascades
    Transhumance
    Schnals/Senales, Meran/Merano and environs
    Movement of sheep
    Every summer thousands of sheep cross the border

    The transhumance in Schnalstal Valley, which is still practiced and deeply rooted in local tradition, dates back 600 years. This ancient tradition in Schnalstal Valley is now part of the Intangible Cultural Heritage. The annual migration in Schnalstal Valley is the only cross-border and trans-glacial transhumance in existence.
    Every June, the shepherds lead flocks of 3,000 – 4,000 sheep on a mass migration from Vernago/Vernagt and Maso Corto/Kurzras across two mountain passes to the fertile pastures of Vent in neighboring Austria. The transhumance in the Schnalstal Valley covers more than 40 km, across gullies and snow-covered fields.

    In mid-September, the sheep and shepherds with the help of sheep dogs guide the flocks back to the Schnalstal Valley on the much safer return trip. At the end of the transhumance, the successful termination of the migration is celebrated.
    Places to See
    Petz
    Kastelruth/Castelrotto, Dolomites Region Seiser Alm
    The highest point of the Schlern is the Petz with 2563m. You can also take a summit tour around the Petz.
    Churches & Monasteries
    St. Hippolyt's Church in Naraun/Narano
    Lana, Meran/Merano and environs

    [[For the "Gasthaus Hippolyt: https://gasthaus-hippolyt.it, Tel. 0039 0473 42 00 37]]

    The St. Hippolyt church in the north of the municipality of Tisens/Tesimo, near the village of Völlan/Foiana and above Lana, dominates the hill of St. Hippolyt in Naraun/Narano, which is visible from afar. 

    This is not only a popular and easily accessible excursion site, whose panorama from the mountains of the Texelgruppe all the way down to Bolzano is second to none, but also an ancient settlement and cult site. Finds of Neolithic arrowheads, blades and mortars show that people were already living here in the 4th millennium BC, almost 6,000 years ago, making it one of the oldest prehistoric settlement sites in South Tyrol. There is also evidence of a prehistoric sanctuary on the hill.

    The little church of St. Hippolyt was first mentioned in 1288, but is probably much older - not least because of its rare patron saint. Parts of the nave walls and the offset round apse still bear witness to the Romanesque church. The two pointed-arched slit windows and the likewise pointed-arched entrance door with rosette in the west were created during reconstruction work in the Gothic period. Towards the end of the 17th century, the tower was added (a votive picture from 1679 still shows the church without a tower, but with a choir bell wall). The bell was cast in 1566 by Simon Hofer and is thus the oldest surviving bell in the parish. The barrel vault in the nave was inserted in 1762 (see date on the triumphal arch). 
    Inside the church, the altar and the pulpit date from the 2nd half of the 17th century, the statues of St. Isidore and St. Roch, as well as the image of St. Hippolytus from the 2nd half of the 18th century. 

    As Saint Hippolyt is also venerated as the patron saint of the weather, ringing the bells in thunderstorms were once part of the duty of the sacristan of St. Hippolyt in Naraun. Due to the exposed location of the church, however, lightning strikes occurred time and again. Since the 17th century, no fewer than six deaths during weather ringing have been recorded in the parish's death register, which is why the little church was given the nickname "Zum bösen Segen" (to the evil blessing). 

    The church is only open on certain holidays. However, the hill offers a wonderful panoramic view all year round.

    The path of reflection to the Luminous Rosary and in memory of Pope John Paul II, built in 2010, leads to the church. Six bronze reliefs with the mysteries of the Luminous Rosary and a portrait of the deceased Pope await the pilgrim on the way. They are works by the artist Robert Giovanazzi from Merano, which were realised by the art founders Stefan and Vinzenz Dirler, natives of Prissian/Prissiano.

    Places to See
    Seceda – enjoy the beauty and taste on the highest alp
    Urtijëi/Ortisei, Dolomites Region Val Gardena

    The Seceda area is located on the sunny side of Val Gardena, at the foot of the Natural Park Puez –Odle.

    From the Seceda summit you can enjoy a wonderful view of the Dolomites and of all the mountains in South Tyrol.

    Our area offers a great number of mountain huts and refuges where you can stop, refresh yourself and have a nice time.

    Every single hut on Seceda has its very special charm and boasts a really distinctive atmosphere. An original wooden bench, a comfortable deck chair, a sunbathing terrace or a cosy "stube" - Seceda offers something for everyone. Skiers, snowboarders, hikers, paragliders but also families with children ... everybody meets on Seceda!

    Places to See
    The Stelvio Pass Road
    Stilfs/Stelvio, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    The Stelvio Pass Road twists and turns in tight serpentines and more than 48 hairpin bends before reaching Stelvio Pass at a lofty height of 2,757 meters.
    It connects Spondigna/Spondinig in Venosta Valley with Bormio in Lombardy and is the highest mountain pass in Italy. Its planning and construction – which was begun in 1820 under Kaiser Franz Joseph and completed in 1926 with only six years’ construction – is regarded as a pioneering achievement in the area of mountain road building.

    Forts & Castles
    Town Street
    Bruneck/Brunico, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    Stadtgasse, the main shopping street in Bruneck, is fringed on both sides by picturesque houses, some of which still display ancient frescoes; the various gable structures are noteworthy. Stadtgasse Bruneck The buildings in Stadtgasse are exclusively residential houses, in which shops and inns are accommodated in some stories and on the ground floor.

    Lakes, cascades
    The Spronser Lakes
    Partschins/Parcines, Meran/Merano and environs

    The ten Spronser lakes, the largest collection of lakes in the high alpine region, can be found to the north west of Tirolo, at the heart of the Texel group of mountains at around 2,500 metres above sea level. These enchanting mountain lakes form one of the most beautiful and significant groups of lakes in South Tyrol, with the Langsee lake, at 1 km long and almost 300 metres wide, also being one of the largest in the country.

    The most beautiful group of mountain lakes in South Tyrol is so high that even in summer there is often snow on their shores. The Spronser lakes supply a large part of the city of Merano and its surroundings with water. The flora and fauna at this altitude are also noteworthy and absolutely fascinating.

    Places to See
    Monument to Peter Mayr
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs

    Built following Georg von Hauberrisser's Project, from Munich. Mayr, head of the Schützen, a traditional unit of infantrymen, and firm believer in the rebellion against the French domain, was shot by the French on the 20th February 1810.

    Places to See
    Rosim plateau in Sulden/Solda
    Stilfs/Stelvio, Vinschgau/Val Venosta
    The Rosim plateau is a high mountain platform of alpine meadow in the little side valley of Solda. Sit down and wonder about the natural, alpine flowers and enjoy the wide panorama.
    Places to See
    Valle Ciamin/Tschamintal
    Tiers am Rosengarten/Tires al Catinaccio, Dolomites Region Seiser Alm

    The Ciamin Valley is considered as one of the most beautiful and romantic valleys in the Dolomite area. Hiking through the Ciamin Valley is an easy tour with two alternatives: hiking through the wood or near the beck. The whole tour takes you about 3 1/2 hours and gives you a beautiful view over alpine meadows, a small beck and breathtaking Catinaccio mountain chain.

    Places to See
    The plague wayside shrine
    Olang/Valdaora, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    The plague wayside shrine is a well known landmark of Valdaora and is reminiscent of the plague epidemic from the year 1448.

    Places to See
    Birthplace of Walther von der Vogelweide
    Waidbruck/Ponte Gardena

    Place of birth of the alleged minstrel Walther von der Vogelweide (1168 - 1230) Walther von der Vogelweide, poet and minstrel is presumed to have been born in Vogelweiderhof Novale/Ried Laion in 1170, this thesis is supported by Mr. Haller who in 1867 published an article on the subject. The coat of arms of the City Laion shows a bird in a cage in memory of the poet. A guest register is still available. Visit against reservation by Fam.Mair

    Churches & Monasteries
    St. Jacob’s Church (la “dlieja da Sacun”)
    Urtijëi/Ortisei, Dolomites Region Val Gardena

    St. Jacob’s Church San Giacomo’s Church, dedicated to the patron saint of pilgrims and travellers, is traditionally known as the oldest church in Val Gardena: its origins date back to the 12th century. | It is located right above Ortisei, along the ancient path, “Troi Paian”. From Ortisei you can reach the idyllic , sunny hamlet comfortably by ski- or summer bus or by car. Here you are surrounded by nature and you can enjoy a breathtaking panoramic view. After a 15-minute walk (slightly uphill) you will arrive to the San Giacomo Church. Alternatively, you can start from Ortisei and take a slightly sloping trail (Path of Dialogue), which takes you to the San Giacomo Church in about an hour. Another beautiful circular walk connects S. Cristina (Plesdinaz) with the church. The current overall appearance is Gothic, and the inside is part Gothic and part Baroque. The church features remarkable frescoes (late 15th century) in the presbytery. Wall paintings from the 16th century, illustrating the legend of San Giacomo (St. James), decorate the area near the pulpit. The local wood-carving tradition is represented in the main altar. Around 1750 the Vinazer-Pescosta brothers decorated it with spiral columns, gilded images of ancient church leaders, apostles and angels. The current sculptures and artwork on the main altar are replicas made by local carvers. The originals are on display at the Val Gardena Museum in Ortisei.

    GUIDED TOURS to the church weekly in Winter and Summer. Reservation and more details at the Tourist Office Ortisei.

    Forts & Castles
    Castelbello Castle
    Kastelbell-Tschars/Castelbello-Ciardes, Vinschgau/Val Venosta
    The picturesque Castelbello Castle, first mentioned in 1238, was built by the Lords of Montalban. Majestically, it is situated on a cliff on the left bank of the Adige River. Because of its exposed position, the castle had to be protected by strong fortifications, which needed to be remodernized over the years. In 1813 and 1824, the castle was largely destroyed by fire. The Counts of Hendl rebuilt only a small part for residential purposes. At the end of a protracted court process held over decades between Count Siegmund von Hendl and the Republic of Italy for the possession of the castle, eventually a settlement was reached. This allowed the State to acquire the castle. The Castelbello Castle is the cultural center of the village. In addition to permanent exhibitions in Spring and Autumn, alternating art exhibitions take place here.
    The building of the chapel followed in the late 13th or early 14th cent. The walls contain a frieze with the Twelve Apostles as well as texts from the Confession of Faith. Because the apostles are turned towards one another in pairs, the quotations are alternately written in plain and inverted script.
    Places to See
    Pilgrimage church Unsere liebe Frau im Walde
    U.L.Frau i.W.-St. Felix/Senale-S.Felice, Meran/Merano and environs

    The Marian Sanctuary is located in the village of Senale in the region of Alta Val di Non. Various legends surround this place of pilgrimage, on of the oldest of South Tyrol.

    On 1.184 the first stone of  the Sanctuary was placed. On 1.432 the church was enlarged, to get the present shape. At the beginning of XIV century the pilgrims flow, decreased, so the convent, attached to the hospice, lost its independence, then to belong to Augustinian order of Gries, Bolzano.

    Places to See
    Wandelhalle
    Meran/Merano, Meran/Merano and environs

    The Wandelhalle was originally erected in the 1860s, to provide sheltered seating for visitors. It was meant to provide shelter and thus to enable visitors to enjoy the sunshine and the mild local climate even in winter. The Wandelhalle quickly became a popular gathering spot and was enlarged in 1891. There are busts of distinguished citizens in the middle section or Ehrenhalle (hall of honour), while the side walls are adorned with landscape depictions by such stellar artists as Franz Lenhart, Rudolf Complojer and Peter Demetz.

    Sports and leisure
    Ski area Kronplatz
    Al Plan/San Vigilio, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones
    The Kronplatz in winter is known as the No. 1 ski area in South Tyrol. The round mountain offers 120 km of slopes and 32 lifts on the wide hillsides of San Vigilio, Brunico and Valdaora. There are many possibilities for experienced skiers as well as for beginners. The easy slopes (blue/red) descend directly into the village of San Vigilio and also the black slope "Erta", where the Women's World Cup Race takes place. The slope "Piculin", also between the "Black Five" of Kronplatz, remains very close. In San Vigilio you can find three ski schools, with experienced and prepared teachers. In Antermoia, a small village not far from San Vigilio, there is a small ski area, ideal to make first attempts on skis. While skiing, you will also not have a lack of culture. Directly at the top of Plan de Corones you can find the two museums MMM Corones and Lumen.
    Places to See
    The Trauttmansdorff Throne
    Algund/Lagundo, Meran/Merano and environs

    There is a very special vantage point in "Hochkreuz" in Lagundo, located on the popular Via Claudia Augusta bicycle path: the Trauttmansdorffer Throne. The view of Merano and the surrounding area, including Forst Castle (and the brewery with the same name) and one of the most modern churches in the entire Alpine region, the San Giuseppe Parish Church, is breathtaking in its splendour. Ideal for photographs and an absolute must-see for every tourist in Merano. Especially cyclists often stop here for a break to enjoy the view with a picnic before continuing their journey towards Val Venosta (Vinschgau) valley or Merano. Visitors can see the famous Botanical Gardens at the Trauttmansdorff Castle with binoculars. This observation deck is the ideal starting point for a visit to the Botanical Gardens of the Trauttmansdorff Castle.

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