Culture alpine-urban

Colorful customs

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Local Products

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Olang goes Green

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Museums at Kronplatz

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Museums at Bruneck

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“The innkeeper from Olang, he was a brave son, the French are looking for him, to the mountains he did run.”  That is the translation of the memorial plaque at the Baumgartner Stöckl chapel. It honors Peter Sigmayr, the freedom fighter. Carved into sandstone, it stands solidly today, courageously looking over the land, just as it always has.

 

In Olang, heroes are still honored today and religious customs are taken seriously. In the end, they are the occasion for colorful festivals and processions, such as the procession for the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Corpus Christi procession each June, the Harvest Festival, or the Easter Festival.

The Kirschta (church festival) is a particular highlight, and since the community of Valdaora is divided into four districts, each of course with its own church with its own patron saint, the Church Festival Michael mannequin is put up on his perch four times a year. 

 

Things are also festive at the return of the livestock. If the Alpine dairymen had a good year, and if the livestock had no misfortunes, then the cows are artistically decorated and driven back down into the valley.

sights
in Olang | Valdaora
Bruneck and surroundings
Messner Mountain Museum Corones
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Museums and exhibitions
Olang/Valdaora
Sulphur Bath – Bad Bergfall
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Lakes, cascades
Olang/Valdaora
dolomites.light.zoo
Other culture-and landmarks
Bruneck and surroundings
LUMEN
Museums and exhibitions
Olang/Valdaora
Viewpoint "Eight churches"
Viewpoints
San Vigilio - San Martin
Adrenaline X-Treme Adventures
Other culture-and landmarks
San Vigilio - San Martin
Owl Park San Vigilio
Parks
Olang/Valdaora
The plague wayside shrine
Monuments, natural monuments
Olang/Valdaora
Military stone of the romans
Monuments, natural monuments
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