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The Dolomites – Unesco World Heritage

Dolomia, a particular type of rock:
The most spectacular mountains in the world. This is what most people who have been in the presence of these gigantic rock formations say. Compared to other mountains: brighter, more colorful, more monumental, and seeming to be architecturally inspired. Formed 200 millions years ago out of the primeval ocean, today they reach 3,000 metres into the sky. Déodat de Dolomieu (1750-1801) discovered and defined the unique composition of the stone, giving the mountains their name. Now they are among the UNESCO natural heritage sites.

The Enrosadira effect
Dolomites. A magic that has been repeating itself for millions of years. When day gives way to evening's first shadows, it casts an enchanting spell. Pink rock faces, like the colour of the legend. Like King Laurin's rose. And in that moment, in harmony between light and dark, nature's rays caress the peaks, needles, towers, bastions and ancient cliffs, kissing them like a dream, awakening emotions that warm both heart and memories. And then this wonder continues, through the moon's reflected white light, in waiting for the next flaming sunset.
The Dolomites – Unesco World Heritage
The Dolomites – Unesco World Heritage
The Dolomites – Unesco World Heritage
The Dolomites – Unesco World Heritage
 
 
 
 
 

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