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In Fiavé, between Lake Garda and the Brenta Dolomites, visitors can turn back the clock 3,500 years and discover the daily life of an ancient pile-dwelling village on the shores of Lake Carera. The body of water has retained the traces of the first communities suspended between water and earth for thousands of years. These were then excavated and brought to light by archaeologists in the early 1970s.

The Parco Archeo Natura di Fiavè (Fiavè Archaeological Nature Park) will be inaugurated on 24 June 2021, having been conceived and curated by the Superintendence for cultural heritage of the Autonomous Province of Trento. An elaborate display has been created incorporating archeology, history and nature with emotive and multi-sensory characteristics.

Fiavé is currently one of the 111 localities, including Ledro, that constitute the series of sites forming the prehistoric pile dwellings of the Alps, which were proclaimed Unesco World Heritage sites in 2011. The Giudicarie area was recognised as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 2015 and the Dolomiti di Brenta, another World Heritage Site, are reflected in the still ponds of the peat bog.

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Date: 06/18/2021 - 10/31/2021

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