Cribs in Forno
Tiny cribs exhibition staged around San Lazzaro’s Church in the hamlet of Moena
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On the main road that leads from Moena to Predazzo, in Val di Fiemme, at the mouth of the wild "Valsorda", Forno is found, that with its 160 inhabitants is Moena's most densely populated hamlet. Crossed by the "Valsorda" stream that flows down from the Latemar chain, it has a mining past that gave it its name. Around San Lazzaro’s Church a small craft nativity scenes path has been staged, available to visits until 6th January.
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