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Days of Architecture

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Where: Div. locations in South Tyrol, Bozen
Region: Bozen and environs

South Tyrol’s beauty and uniqueness does not only concern its mountain world and natural landscape. The South Tyrolean culture and architecture are noteworthy as well!

Constant changes over the centuries have made the mountain landscape of the Dolomites and other areas in South Tyrol inhabitable. Still today, South Tyrol’s cultural history is ever-present and revives in its historical monuments and buildings.

Wherever we look, from the smallest town in the mountains to the biggest vivid centres – South Tyrol shows a rich cultural history. The coexistence of various cultures is reflected in the diversity of architectural buildings.

Guided tours to characteristic buildings

This year for the third time, it is possible to explore the architectural treasures in South Tyrol in occasion of guided tours. On three days, from May 25th to May 27th 2018, the participants visit around 50 buildings. Among these farms, villas, hotels and other public and private buildings with an appreciable architecture. 

A unique opportunity for arts and architecture lovers to look behind the facades of the buildings! Accompanied by architects and owners, you can learn a lot about the planning and construction phase

The main topic of the “Days of architecture” this year is the concept of space in South Tyrol, how it is designed, opened or limited.

Discover beautiful South Tyrol

The event takes you on a trip through South Tyrol. The program includes 10 tours in various valleys and localities. The cost for these half day or full day excursions – by car, by bus or on foot – ranges between 15 and 35 euros per person. The number of participants is limited.

Further information & inscription:

Architecture Foundation South Tyrol
Tel. +39 0471 302 813
info@tagederarchitektur.it

www.tagederarchitektur.it

Days of Architecture
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Category
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Date(s)
25/05/2018 - 27/05/2018
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