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The church itself is charming and approachable. There is a nice hotel where we had coffee and cake and then could easily walk to the church. There are roped fences to keep you in the path close to the church so you are not allowed...More
Wasn’t lucky enough to the see scene with the mountain behind but this is still wonderful to see with the great lawn at its forefront. The walk around the church is pleasant and you enjoy the solitude moment most of time.
This delightful little church sits in a meadow at the base of the magnificent Geisler mountains forming the perfect frame for your images. It is difficult to photograph up close due to restrictions on the access path but there were several points along the road...More
This little church with the Geisler mountain as backdrop is the most-photographed place of the Dolomiti mountains area. The church located at a large meadow where you can see just a few cows eating grass tranquilly. You are allowed to get into this meadow and...More
This place is often shown often in Dolomite photographs but there's so little information on how to get here.
The main way is to get the #340 bus from Brixen main bus station. Its last stop is Ranui - and this particular church is just...More
Since it's the most-photographed church in the world, why not go and help it maintain its status?
Makes for a fun pastime while you wait for the bus to Brixen or Villnos since the church is ~3 minutes hike from the stop.
Sitting in the middle of a cow pasture, replete with actual cows and an occasional orange cat, this tiney church is framed by the Dolomite mountain and has painted-on "coins" in pink and other faux architectural detail in shades of pink and blue. The overall...More