St. Lawrence Night
The amateur astronomers from Val di Fiemme reveal the secrets of the stars enlightening the sky above us
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St. Lawrence night is one of the most awaited natural phenomena. Also known as the "Night of the Shooting Stars", it gives you the chance to stare at the celestial wonders from a unique location: "Ciampedìe". Soirée organised by the mountain lift company Catinaccio, with the participation of the association "Astrofili della Val di Fiemme" to watch the starry night at 2,000 metres, in the wonderful hollow of "Catinaccio" enlightened by the moon. Cable car exceptionally open from 8.30 to 11 p.m. (PanoramaPass is not valid).
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