Curcu Genovese Verlag
25 opere d'arte affascineranno i piccini.Photo: Andrea Gilli
A mixture of art and nature is the true essence of this hike for the whole family in the Sella Valley. It all began in 1986, among the meadows and woods of the Val Senlla, when the municipality of Valsugana decided to host an international exhibition of contemporary art: ARTESELLA. A veritable gallery of works of art created on site from natural materials (stones, stones, leaves, tree trunks) that have grown over the years into the surrounding vegetation. The core of this exhibition was the respect for nature, which inspired the artist. The constantly emerging works of art, which change, take shape or emerge every two years, are located in the middle of the forest. There are two hiking trails through the valley: Nature and Art (3 km) and The Costa Alm (1 km). The former runs along a forest road through the forest of Monte Armentera. The visitor can discover about 25 works of art hidden in the middle of nature. "Spiral", "Wölfe", "DNA Sella", "Chain" are just some of the works of
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