Three centuries ago, risking life to climb a mountain would have been considered a madness, a useless and even harmful activity. The rationalism of

The colonisation of the valleys in the Alps, the border between the Latin and the German world, the evolution of a “connective” culture, the

300 year-exploration in the Dolomites In July 1726, the Venetians Pietro Stefanelli and Giovanni Zanichelli reached the top of the “Cimon del Cavallo”, one of the

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Gigantism is widespread among mythological creatures and is typical of the first inhabitants of the world. According to ancient people, big bones of mammoths, elephants, woolly rhinoceroses and cave bears

Over the two centuries during which tourism developed in the Alps, the relationship between tourists and local people changed, because of the difficult communication among people belonging to