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At the entrance of the Val Lumnezia, there is the mountain village of Cumbel.

You will find the mountain village of Cumbel at the valley entrance of the Val Lumnezia on an inconspicuous terrace, sloping to the South and East, at 1.138 m above sea level.

Cumbel, which has grown steadily in recent years, impresses with its architectural diversity.

On the road to Val Lumnezia, in the neighbourhood of Cumbel, there is the “Frauentor Porclas” which was once on the old valley path. The “Frauentor Porclas” is not only associated with historical events but also heroic deeds of the Lugnez women.

According to a legend from the end of the 18th century, the brave Lugnez women allegedly chased away the troops of Baron Ulrich of Belmont near Porclas. As a thank you, these women had been given the right to sit on the right in the valley church of Pleif. Over the centuries, the Frauentor developed into an identity-building symbol of will for the valley inhabitants to defend themselves.

After this narrow valley barrier, the vastness of the valley gradually opens up. 
Above Valgronda is the chapel Sogn Murezi, from where you can enjoy a magnificent view of the Unterlugnez, the Valsertal and the Oberlugnez up to the Péz Terri.

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