Little places of faith, hidden into the glades of a wood, castled on overhang, breathtaking landscapes or inside little villages: this is what you can find travelling around our foggy valleys.
Discovering this art treasures, you can relive the various epoch lived in these places: pretty fresco painted chapels, wood altars, implements and austere cloisters.
These are little jewels that can strike you!
Church of Santa Croce in Pialdier - Trichiana
In the hamlet of Pialder, in Trichiana, there is located the little church of Santa Croce, thanks to the renovation of an ancient holy building.
Sanctuary of Santi Vittore e Corona - Feltre
A very long and enchanting staircase, which brings to the entrance of the Basilica, and the front shaded by an old plane form an incredible atmosphere.
Certosa of Vedana
The charterhouse of Vedana is dipped in a very fascinating place, at the feet of the namesake mount, among green fields and blooming woods, and it’s a real oasis of peace.
Church and Oratory - Mel
A large staircase built in stones of Castellavazzo takes the entrance of the majestic Church of the Annunciazione di Maria in Mel.
Sanctuary of the Virgin of Parè in Limana
This sanctuary, that is under Giaon, in Limana is a little oasis of peace in the middle of the nature, ideal place for meditation, as Dino Buzzati was used to do.
Cathedral and Baptistery in Feltre
The cathedral has very old origins and maybe it was a religious paraphernalia in the early Christian age.
San Gottardo's Church in Sospirolo
The little Sanctuary issues spirituality and fascination.
San Giorgio's church in Sovramonte
The San Giorgio church,of ancient origins, is situated on an hill in the middle of the plian of Sorriva: here archeological excavations have brought to light medieval artefacts.
San Nicolò Oratory in Bribanet of Sedico
A small chest of faith, initially commissioned and realized by Family Buzzati as a private oratory, was afterwards opened to all the believers.
Church of Santa Maria Assunta in Lentiai
The church, built before the ‘400, was restored at the end of ‘500.