Fiera di Primiero

Its not that often that I get to go on a summer holiday, but I stole a week off work in August to escape the heat in Venice and head for the mountains.

We went to a small town called Fiera di Primiero in the Alps and spend most of the time walking around in the area.

Fiera di Primiero seen from above Childrens playground Small chapel Palazzo del Dazio Church of San Martino, early Medieval Church of Fiera di Primiero The small river after dark Fiera di Primiero by night Church of Fiera di Primiero, late Medieval
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Church of Fiera di Primiero, late Medieval

Tonadico

Tonadico is a neighbouring town, they’re practically fused now, with a beautiful church dedicated to San Vittore on a hill top. The oldest parts of the church dates to the 13th century.

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Val Canali

The Canali is a small river joining the Cisnon close to Fiera di Primiero. We walked up that way a couple of time.

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Castel Pietra

The Castel Pietra is a Medieval castle in the Val Canali, dating at least to the 13th century, now in ruins. It was devastated by fire in the 17th century and abandoned, and further ruined by a land slide in the 19th century. It is now an inaccessible ruin on a rocky hill top.

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Mezzano

Mezzano is a neighbouring town a few kilometres away, which is a very nice walk along the river through the forests.

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