Legends of the Italian Dolomites

by Oliver Smith

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The church bells chime noon in the Val Badia, and Michil Costa sits outside his hotel in his home village of Corvara, studying a tattered road map through a cloud of cigar smoke. The whirring of cable cars sounds in the distance as he leans forward and rings a point on the map with a blunt blue crayon. ‘This is where witches were said to gather on summer nights,’ he says. ‘Whether you’ll see them there these days, I couldn’t say…’

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Un pensiero su “Legends of the Italian Dolomites

  1. The first time that I visited the Val Badia,in particulary “Corvara”, I was
    afascinated from the rocky Sassongher. I can only testify my impression
    that for me this is a special valley and the legends that I have red are
    very mysterious but at the same time romantic.


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