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Santuario di San Romedio
Ranked #1 of 7 things to do in Coredo
Certificate of Excellence
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45 reviews
12 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 26 helpful votes
“I keep going back...”
4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed August 2, 2012

This place is unique! Everything about it puts me in a better mood! The walk to reach it is stunning, across a canyon. the view is so great! the santuario itself is a perfectly peaceful place! you can visit until the top of the highest tower (breathtaking sight!), you can have a picnic just outside and also try to catch a glimpse of the bear!

Visited September 2011
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Bedford, United Kingdom
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“Peace perfect peace”
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed January 31, 2012

This is an amazing place. We have gone there at our special moments and even there when the was a Wedding. Lovely walks through the woods and local ares.

Visited October 2011
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Hobart, Australia
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“A unique place for a good trip”
4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed December 30, 2011

St. Romedio (4th century) was a hermit who lived , according to the legend, with a bear on the top of a small mountains lost in the woods. When he died a small chapel was built where he lived and his tomb is still there. Monks and hermits built other 4 chapels around the first one and the sanctuary was born. The chapels are from the Romanesque period to the 19th and they are well conserved while the sanctuary is still used and you can see a lot of ex-voto s. The sanctuary is worth visiting and my suggestion is to get there walking if possible. There are many different trail you can use: some are short , some adventurous and some other very long. We took a long walk from Fondo-Romeno-Don and then walked to st.Romedio and took a long time, but it was very good first in the high-terrace and then by the river (be aware of ice, if in winter). Another good walk is the one from Sanzeno which we took to come back: you can follow the road or climb in a rock trail which seems quite easy but was closed when we went there.

Visited December 2011
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