5 Sights in Mals - Malles Venosta, Italy (with Map and Images)
Explore interesting sights in Mals - Malles Venosta, Italy. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Mals - Malles Venosta, Italy.List of cities in Italy Sightseeing Tours in Mals - Malles Venosta
1. Tartscher Bichl - Collina di Tarces
The Tartscher Bichl, also spelled Tartscher Bühel, is a bare, rocky, 1077 m high round hump made of mica schist in the upper Vinschgau in South Tyrol. It got its rounded shape due to glacier action during the Ice Age. In the rocky hollows of the hill, the glaciers have left moraine deposits. It is a mythical and legendary elevation that has also given archaeologists some rays of hope.
2. Ruine Obermatsch
The Castles of Màzia di Sopra and Sotto are two medieval castles now completely reduced to ruins located in the Val di Mazia near Sluderno, but part of the municipality of Malles in South Tyrol. They stand on the same hill a short distance from each other.
3. St. Nikolaus
The church of St. Nicholas is the parish church in Planol (Planeil), a hamlet of Malles Venosta (Mals) in South Tyrol. It belongs to the deanery of Malles of the diocese of Bolzano-Bressanone and dates back to the nineteenth century.
4. Pforzheimer Hütte - Rifugio Rasass
The Alte Pforzheimer Hütte is a former Alpine Club hut located at 2256 m s.l.m. in the South Tyrolean part of the Sesvenna Group. It is located about 200 meters east of today's Sesvenna Hut and has served as a museum since 2015.
5. Sacrario militare di Passo Resia - Boanerturm
The military memorial of Passo Resia is a military memorial located along the national road that leads from Merano to the border crossing of Passo Resia. It is located in the municipality of Malles, in the hamlet of Burgusio.
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