Churches and Sacred Places
Vallagarina’s churches, sanctuaries and hermitages reveal the vast variety of sacred art in Trentino. Visitors of churches in the main urban centers such as San Marco and San Giovanni Battista in Rovereto and Santa Maria dell’Assunta in Villa Lagarina, are struck by their impressiveness. The eremo (hermitage) di San Colombano, Santuario di Montalbano or the Santuario della Madonna della Salette stand in places of scenic beauty. The smallness of the churches Sant’Agata in Corniano and Ramanesque San Pietro in Bosco in Ala is not misleading: the buildings of these places of worship conceal a millenary history and frescoes of enormous value.
The Parish Church of Avio
Ancient church from the early Middle Ages. The parish has ancient origins and served a vast territory that belonged to the diocese of Verona. The immersion font and two capitals places to ...
Church of San Rocco
A frescoed gem. The church of San Rocco in Volano is really worth visiting. Built in the 15th century, it boasts precious paintings by artists from Verona such as Gaspare Rotaldo and most likely ...
The Church of San Pietro in Bosco
Romanesque church where Theodolinda met her future husband Authari. The ancient Romanesque church of San Pietro in Bosco lies nestled amongst vineyards just a few kilometres from Ala, close ...
The Church of San Marco
This church is home to the organ used in Mozarts first concert. The church, with the stone statue of the lion of San Marco standing out from its facade, dates back to the late fifteenth century ...
Shrine of the Madonna of the Mount (or our Lady of Consolation)
The people's church. The church, with its baroque-rococo facade, was built in 1603 by the archpriest of Lizzana, Mons. Alessio Tomasini at his own expense. Over the years it has been known as ...
The church of Santa Maria Assunta
An important baroque monument in Trentino. Already recorded in the late twelfth century, the church was completely transformed in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries by the Lodron family. ...