Santuario Di S Romedio Val Di Non
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Santuario Di S Romedio Val Di Non

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A: Santuario Di San Romedio Trentino

by Giuliano Bernardi, 50 meters away

The sanctuary of san Romedio is lsituated in a narrow walley or canyon, in Val di Non above the villa...

Santuario Di San Romedio Trentino

B: San Romedio Sanctuary

by Giuliano Bernardi, 50 meters away

San Romedio Sanctuary is perhaps the Trentino district’s most interesting example of medieval and Ren...

San Romedio Sanctuary

C: Santuario Di San Romedio

by Giuliano Bernardi, 50 meters away

San Romedio Sanctuary is perhaps the Trentino district’s most interesting example of medieval and Ren...

Santuario Di San Romedio

D: Santuario Di San Romedio In Trentino

by Giuliano Bernardi, 60 meters away

The sanctuary of San Romedio is situated in a narrow walley or canyon, in Val di Non above the villag...

Santuario Di San Romedio In Trentino

E: Val Di Non Santuario Di S Romedio

by Remo Framba, 60 meters away

Val Di Non Santuario Di S Romedio

F: Coredo Due Laghi

by Remo Framba, 1.3 km away

Coredo Due Laghi

G: Smarano Val Di Non

by Giuliano Bernardi, 3.0 km away

A corollario della festa “Come 'n Bot” c'è il raduno dei trattori d'epoca che è arrivato alla IX ediz...

Smarano Val Di Non

H: Canyon Rio Novella

by Giuliano Bernardi, 3.4 km away

Canyon Rio Novella

I: Parco Fluviale Novella

by Giuliano Bernardi, 3.7 km away

Parco Fluviale Novella

J: Parco Fluviale Novella Val Di Non

by Giuliano Bernardi, 3.7 km away

Parco Fluviale Novella Val Di Non

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Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol consists of two provinces: Trento and Bolzano-Bozen. The region was part of Austria-Hungary (and its predecessor, the Austrian Empire) from 1815 until its annexation by Italy in 1919. Together with the Austrian state of Tyrol it is represented by the Euroregion Tyrol-South Tyrol-Trentino.
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