Arte Sella, Trentino a place where in more than thirty years the mountain and contemporary art meet. Art and Nature merge in a continuous dialogue, where Artists from all over the world are invited to encounter the Sella Valley to carry out artworks that are nourished by the unique History and nature of the place. In a period of thirty years dance, music and art in all its forms have assiduously attended the paths of Arte Sella, giving way to unique projects and events, for example Fucina Arte Sella and La Natura del Pensiero.
The legend of the town of Agònia comes true!
Within sight of the Dolomites’ most famous trio of peaks - the Cime di Lavaredo - at Cima Gogna in Auronzo you’ll find Alpstation Lavaredo: in the very place where the earliest settlement east of the Pale Mountains is said to have stood.
Here valleys, watercourses and roads meet on their way to and from Comelico, Carnia and Cadore, enriching this area with mineral-filled waters, history and legends.
Montura and Alpstation Lavaredo are undertaking the very first archaeological dig.
Forte di Bard is an imposing military structure built in the first half of the 19th century atop a rock spur at the entrance to the Valle d’Aosta. Thanks to comprehensive restoration work, the fortress is now a cultural and tourist centre that houses museums, international exhibitions, events, and state-of-the-art information and hospitality services. A distinctive feature of the Forte in its current form are the modern architectural structures capable of blending military facilities and new technologies.
During the time that rock climbing was becoming popular and taking shape, on the edges of the Valle del Sarca in Trentino province, in the village of Dorsino at the feet of the Brenta Dolomites, a cliff was bolted and then abandoned.
This was a cliff that possessed all the aesthetic and scalability features to make it utterly unique. The Dolomiti Open Association was created to and has committed itself to reopening this cliff and restoring this "Mona Lisa" of climbing to rock climbers everywhere. Through the donations of over 400 people via a crowd funding campaign and local companies and associations, Dolomiti Open has collected over 20,000 Euro in 40 days, forming the groundwork to give new life to the Falesia Dimenticata (the Forgotten Cliff).
Opened in 2013, MUSE is a dream that came true thanks to an investment in culture provided by the Autonomous Province of Trento. Within the museum, the public is the real star of the visit: multimedia exhibits, interactive games, first-person experimentations and an interweaving of culture with "doing" in a practical way – these are the tools with which to build your own vision of the world and to participate in the scientific debate on major local and global issues.