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Castles and Churches

The Park is made of ancient lands.
They have been stepped on by the legendary feet of emperors and sibyls, warriors and princesses, and they bear the sings of a long story of raids, murders, attacks and struggles between noble families. You can breathe their past made of blood and power along the roads, which often follow ancient ways of communication, in the bridges, in the watchtowers, and in the several castles which, partly in ruins, scatter the valley bottoms and the summits. Of the families which struggled for the most panoramic points to watch over the territory, only gloomy ruins suffocated by the trees remain together with the names which in the past terrorized the farmers: Nanno, Flavon, Belasi, Sporo.

Belfort Castle
Belfort Castle
 

Baschenis from Averara

Baschenis from Averara are a dynasty of painters who used to work in Trentino from mid-15th century to mid-16th century. Baschenis families were divided into two lines: Lanfranco's dynasty and Cristoforo's dynasty, coming from the ancient Averara Valley, in particular from Villa di Colla, today Municipality of Santa Brigida. For one century they have enriched with their frescoes the churches of Val Rendena, Giudicarie Esteriori, and Val di Non.

San Vigilio Church - Pinzolo - Baschenis da Averara
San Vigilio Church - Pinzolo - Baschenis da Averara
 

Summer Mountain Pastures and Malghe

Summer mountain pastures and the so-called "malghe" are an essential feature of the cultural landscape of the mountains of Adamello Brenta Park. They represent the element in which man and nature meet and, in their evolution, it is possible to read the story of this ancient union.
Since the 1950s, summer grazing activities began to be abandoned because of the change in the social and economic conditions involving agriculture.

Malga Flavona
Malga Flavona
 

The Park's Valleys

Numerous valleys, among the most beautiful in the Alps, are the gateway to the wildest and most remote parts of the Park. Each shows its own distinctive characteristics, which underline the link between human actions and the geological-environmental context.

Further information

Val d'Algone
Location: Comano Terme (TN), Stenico (TN)
Val d'Ambiez
Location: Sal Lorenzo in Banale (TN), Dorsino (TN)
Val di Borzago
Location: Pelugo (TN), Spiazzo (TN)
Val Brenta
Location: Tre Ville (TN)
Val di Fumo
Location: Daone (TN)
Val di San Valentino
Location: Porte di Rendena (TN)
Val di Tovel
Location: Ville d'Anaunia (TN)
Val delle Seghe
Location: Molveno (TN), Andalo (TN)
Val di Breguzzo
Location: Sella Giudicarie (TN)
Val Genova
Location: Strembo (TN), Spiazzo (TN), Massimeno (TN), Caderzone (TN), Giustino (TN), Carisolo (TN)
Val Manèz
Location: Montagne (TN), Bocenago (TN)
Val Meledrio
Location: Pinzolo (TN), Dimaro (TN), Ragoli (TN)
Val Nambrone
Location: Pinzolo (TN), Carisolo (TN), Giustino (TN)
Valagola
Location: Stenico (TN), Pinzolo (TN), Ragoli (TN)
Valbona
Location: Tione di Trento (TN)
Valle dello Sporeggio
Location: Spormaggiore (TN), Cavedago (TN)
Vallesinella
Location: Tre Ville (TN)
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