Prehistoric Sites, Museums and Nature

Regional Natural Park of Lessinia
The Regional Natural Park of Lessinia extends over 100 km2 on the Lessini Mountains' plateau, behind Verona, and Borders on Trento.

Museum of Pieve San Giorgio Valpolicella
Museum within the romanic Pieve of San Giorgio Valpolicella

Museo dell'Adige
In Pescantina, near the church of San Lorenzo, it is located the museum dedicated to the activities and the stories of those people who used to live nearby the river Adige.

Grotto of Fumane
In the municipality of Fumane, along the old road which goes to Molina, in the “Val dei Progni”, the archeaologist G. Solina discovered, in the 60s, one of the most important European prehistoric sites: the Grotto of Fumane.

Prehistoric and Paleontological Museum
The museum is located in the centre of Sant’Anna d’Alfaedo and it houses an interesting collection of prehistoric finds.

Ponte di Veja (Veja Bridge)
Located in the hamlet of Giare the current Ponte di Veja consists of an architravelike structure that forms the entrance way into an enormous karst cave, a structure which survived the collapse of the central vault.

Waterfall park of Molina
It's rated as "natural reserve zone with didactic aim".

Lorenzo's Mill
Mulin de Lorenzo (Lorenzo's Mill) is in Molina, Fumane.

Marano's caves
These grottoes are located in an area known as “Ciacalda”, a promontory of land that lies between Val Sorda and Rio Baiaghe, above the torrent of Fumane.

The caves of Prun
These are caves made of pink limestone which is easily extractable and is called locally “Pietra di Prun” or Prun Stone.

Corno d'Aquilio
The mountain horns, Corno D'Aquilio and Corno Mozzo demarcate the northern boundary of the upper Valpolicella area.

Prisoners of War Memorial
This is the most important memorial (which is also located on the historical site) for the municipality of Pescantina.

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