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In winter, Lumbrein has its own slope coming from the winter sports region.

The former municipality of Lumbrein consists of the village of Lumbrein and the hamlets of Sogn Andriu and Nussaus on the left side of the Glenner, as well as Surin, Pruastg-dadens, Pruastg-dado and Silgin on the right.

The oldest settlement within the municipality is the hill settlement Crestaulta near Surin which was already inhabited in 1,500 BC. It is the largest known Bronze Age settlement in Switzerland.

In addition to the Catholic parish church of Sogn Martin, the two towers of Chisti da Lumerins and Casaulta characterise the townscape of Lumbrein.
The tower "Chisti" is the symbol of the village. It was designed by the Bündner Dorfadel, in the late Middle Ages, modelled on the castles.

The Lumbreiner Tower is one of the best-preserved examples of these residential towers.
It has the status of a monument of regional importance and is under cantonal and federal protection.

The former town hall, which has been renovated in 1987 by Peter Zumthor, is now the Casa d'Angel Cultural Centre. In addition to changing exhibitions, you can visit the world-famous giant crystal of Péz Regina.

Lumbrein has its own slope coming from the Obersaxen Mundaun Val Lumnezia ski region in winter and is an ideal starting point for winter hikes to enjoy nature in the surrounding mountains.

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