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Since 27th June 2009 the Dolomites are a UNESCO World Nature Heritage Site. They belong to the 50 most beautiful landscapes of Europe and 199 worldwide!
The Dolomites, with their multitude of shapes and colours, very high towers which stand out against the sky, impressive walls and peaks full of crevasses enchant legendary mountaineers and world famous celebrities. Paul Grohmann, the first person to climb the Sassolungo and the Three Peaks, was fascinated by these "pale mountains". Through the publication of books and films, the climber from Val Gardena, actor and director Luis Trenker has made "the mountains of his homeland” famous all over the world. According to Reinhold Messner, the world-famous mountaineer, the Dolomites are “the most beautiful mountains in the world”, while the architect Le Corbusier describes them as "the finest natural architecture in the world". Quite rightly so. Anyone who has visited Paris will always dream of being able to return to the foot of the Eiffel Tour or to the Louvre. Anyone who has been to the Caribbean will not be able to help singing the praises of their white beaches. Who has seen the Dolomites will always return. In fact the whole world visits Val Gardena and the Dolomites. Because Val Gardena is one of the pearls of the Dolomites.
The impressive symmetry of the Sella range, the impressive Sassolungo and the green meadows which stretch over Mount Seceda and Mount Pana, will certainly find a special place in the heart of anyone who has been able to admire them.