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Monastero Di Sabiona, Chiusa

(4.6/5 based on 110 reviews on the web)
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  • It is a very well kept monastery above the city of Chiusa. A nice little way goes up from the city, and after 25 minutes you will reach this beautiful monastery and church, which are worth a visit"  more »
  • Among the beauties in Chiusa/Klausen-and there are many-there is no doubt the monastery Säben (= Kloster Säben), which in an exceptional setting, perched on a rocky outcrop and surrounded by vineyards, overlooks the majestic village and a large section of the Val d'isarco. Its origins are ancient, as attested by the remains of the first bishopric dating from the 5th-6th century, and is been developing in later centuries, always maintaining a primary spiritual importance for the entire Tyrol, of which even today is considered the Acropolis. The monastery, where they currently live in seclusion some sisters can be reached easily. I advise you to get there on foot along the ancient route of the Via Crucis that rises from the historic centre of Chiusa, Velturno and from there by car or reaching-or later from Pradello, fraction of Closed-walk along the beautiful chestnut road (see review). In any case the walk is fulfilling and generous with spectacular panoramic views.
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  • from the town centre take a long, slow walk, sometimes a bit tiring, to the monastery. the path is well signposted and very scenic, nature in its colours and scents takes you to the top in the calm + absolute. meet even a couple of benches at strategic locations from which you can enjoy magnificent views. I would say I'm a few hours well spent x qst hike, and what one admires arrived then above, nn disappoint at all.
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