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On the right side of the Val Lumnezia valley, at the foot of the Pala da Tgiern, you will find Camuns.

From Camuns, the Val Lumnezia seems even wider, sunnier, and even more overwhelming - a whole new perspective.

If you have ever been lucky enough to enjoy a panoramic view of the Pala da Tgiern at sunrise, you will get the idea of identity, vastness and satisfaction.

From here, the term "Sakrallandschaft" must be replaced by "Maiensässlandschaft". The stables and pasture hamlets lined up like a string allow the religious character of the cultural landscape to fade and reduce the role of the sacral buildings to individual striking splashes of colour.

The parish church of S. Gion and S. Antoni was consecrated in 1600. Today, only the choir of this church is left. In 1696, a new building was built. The four bells date back to 1910. The high altar is dating back to about 1700, the other altars date from 1710 to 1720.

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