Churches, heritages and sanctuaries
A journey through the sacred, art and history
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From the Duomo of Trento, host to the Council in the 16th century that shaped the history of the Church to small mountain chapels, where faith is the expression of something more intimate, more silent. From the Sanctuary of San Romedio, erected on a stony outcrop, to the Hermitage of St. Colombanus, which seems to have been carved from the mountainside. A visit to the churches of Trentino means starting a journey through art, history and the sacred.