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Campo Tassullo and the ancient Church of Santa Lucia

Campo is one of the four villas of Tassullo (Trento) and rises on the road that connects the village to Nanno, in a place where a cemetery or a holy field was originally located, where the Villa would have received its name. Here is a visit to the church of Santa Lucia, mentioned for the first time in 1448; this suggestive place of worship seems to date back to Romanesque times, with its bell-facade facing eastwards; here you can see the entire portal in pink stone and a rococo window instead of the central rosette. The interior is a single nave, marked in two camps by the peducci placed on the side walls in support of the reticular vault that covers the environment, and ends with a small pentagonal presbytery; the central oil spin depicts Saint Lucia with the symbolism of martyrdom while the altar, carved and painted wood, has a wonderful decorated leather trim.

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The Gothic charm of the Church of San Vigilio in Tassullo

It dates back to the end of 1400 and keeps intact its particular Gothic style. It is the church of San Vigilio di Tassullo (Trento), originally dedicated to Martyrs Anauniensi, which rises along the provincial road that leads from Cles to the hamlet of Campo. Surrounded by a stone wall that delimits the ancient cemetery, it has a vaulted facade enriched by a sixth-strong pink stone portal with décor decorations and a circular marble rosette. Three steps of steps are in the single nave entrance ending with the hexagonal presbytery. On the left wall of the presbytery it is possible to admire a painting by S.Vigilio with the coat of arms of the Thun (1495); in the central wall there is the crucifixion, while on the right wall the Madonna on the throne with the Child. The church preserved the wonderful wooden altar – now guarded by the Diocesan Museum of Trento – and in the apse is visible the gigantography of a facade: the work is dated April 5, 1520 and has the form of Gothic triptych with two porches that have various representations (S.Lorenzo, S.Maria Maddalena) and the retro symbols of the Passion and the Tabarelli coat of arms of Fatis.

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Castel Valer, la storica fortezza apre finalmente al pubblico

Sovrasta il paese di Tassullo e rappresenta uno dei gioielli meglio conservati della Val di Non. E’ Castel Valer, storica residenza della famiglia Spaur, antico maniero che risale al 1200 la cui bellezza è rimasta intatta nei secoli, tra affreschi, stanze antiche, mobili e armi. Un vero e proprio patrimonio del territorio – che sorge nel Comune di Ville d’Anaunia (Trento) – finalmente aperto al pubblico dalla primavera del 2017. Costruito su un rudere romano (non a caso nei suoi dintorni sono stati ritrovati antichissimi reperti), Castel Valer è oggi uno dei manieri meglio conservati nell’intero arco alpino, e si affianca al noto Castel Thun per ampliare l’offerta culturale della Val di Non. Vi su può accedere solo con visita guidata, durante la quale si possono ammirare i cortili interni, le cantine, i giardini, la cappella di San Valerio affrescata da Giovanni e Battista Baschenis, le stanze Madruzziane, gli studi, la cucina gotica, il loggiato e il salone degli stemmi. Le camere, le cucine e i corridoi sono abbelliti da arazzi, tappeti e splendidi dipinti.

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