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Dolomiti UNESCO

The Dolomites

The Dolomites, also known as the "Pale Mountains" were awarded the prestigious UNESCO World Heritage status in 2009, thanks to their extraordinary uniqueness. These majestic mountains not only enchant with their natural beauty but are also rich in fascinating legends. One of them tells the story of King Laurin and his rose garden, which is said to be responsible for the magnificent red hue that envelops the Dolomites at sunset.


But the Dolomites conceal many other captivating stories and legends. Among them is the tale of Dolasilla, the princess of our Fanes-Senes-Braies Natural Park. Along picturesque trails that crisscross our region, you can discover her compelling story through illustrated panels.


Furthermore, the Dolomites are the homeland of the Ladin people, also known as Rhaeto-Romans, who speak a millennia-old language dating back to the Roman Empire, predating even the Italian, Spanish, and French languages. The Ladins preserve a unique culture and traditions, identifying themselves with the colors of nature: the green of the meadows, the white of the snow, and the blue of the sky.


Spending a vacation in the Dolomites offers a unique opportunity to immerse oneself in a world of beauty, history, and culture. The photos and videos of the Dolomites are just a taste of what you can experience during your visit to this magical land.

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