Art and Culture of an Ancient Land along the Trade Routes
Since time immemorial, the mid Eisack Valley / Val d'Isarco has been a stopping place for travelers. Romans, Rhaetians, the Bavarii (a Germanic tribe,) kings, knights, popes, noblemen, artists, and writers all passed through the Eisack Valley. Various different rulers influenced its history and development. And they all left evidence of their passing – visible today in the form of churches, monasteries, castles and manors, arbors, sacred and secular works of art which still influence our craftsman's traditions.
Art-Themed and Cultural Hikes
The history and culture of this multi-facetted region of chestnuts and wine is here for you to discover and enjoy. You'll acquire a better understanding of this land and its people. You are cordially invited to accompany us on our art-themed and cultural hikes!
This fortress was built around 1250. After the fire in the year 1671 the lock remained a ruin, until it was bought and rebuilt in the year 1895 by ...
Another attraction worth visiting was not created by builders but by nature: the Barbian waterfalls. The Ganderbach (stream), which is near Kollmann ...
The gothical building was established between 1467 and 1470 of master Jörg. From the outside on recognize the simple portal, the small pyramid-shaped ...
The church "Kapuzinerkirche" goes also back to the donation of the Spanish queen Maria Anna (1667 - 1740) in favor of Father Gabriel Pontifeser ...
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