Linguistic border, vineyards and Albrecht Dürer
Salurn (Salorno in Italian) is situated on the Salurner Klause (Salurn narrowing), which marks the linguistic border between German- and Italian-speaking areas. As the most southerly village in South Tyrol Salurn is at the end of the South Tyrol wine route and at the same time is a part of the Trudner Horn national park. Salurn and its hamlets, Gfrill und Buchholz, are spread out at altitudes of between 220 and 1300 metres. The town is characterized by grand Renaissance and Baroque houses. Numerous famous people such as Albrecht Dürer, Napoleon, Martin Luther and Ludwig Richter have stayed in Salurn.
What to see in Salurn:
- Stroll in the footsteps of Albrecht Dürer
- Look over the gateway to the south from the legendary Haderburg Castle
- The sculpture garden in Buchholz above Salurn
- The archways in Salurn
Salurn – where cultures meet.
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