About a million years ago the Dolomites, old mountains in South Tyrol a region in the north of Italy, were bathed by the sea. The “Lang-and Plattkofel”, the “Molignon”, the “Sciliar” with a high over 3000m, make part of it.
The Dolomites became there name from the geologist Deodat de Dolomie, who researched the composition of the rocks. Cause of their unique beauty, in June 2009 the Dolomites became part of the UNESCO world heritage area. The south Tyrolienne people love there high mountains and they be proud of it.
The majestic mount peaks have formed the land and the local people and they made a breathtaking land out of South Tyrol, a land full of contrasts.