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|... of Gröden. From the Gröden Walley it turns southward, and, leaving Schlern on |
the east, is exposed in the Tiers Walley and farther south. The same strata strike
along the base of the Rosengarten massif and the Fassa Valley, eastward over ...
|From the village below the hill it is not easy to see the great Rosengarten massif, |
but a stroll up the road brings one to the Chapel of S. Cyprian right in front of this
huge rampart of rock. Another delightful excursion over the pastures, and then ...
|It was not until 1 934 that the Podesta decided to tear down the museum tower — |
in order to avoid spoiling the view of the Rosengarten massif, as the official
explanation put it. Actually, the aim was to Italianize the building's exterior, and to
1991 - Snippet view
|I T 'LQ\\v ., If 'L;.. U F' . 3 - View of the Rosengarten massif from the Latemar. The |
comparatively gentle, grassy slopes are '9 incised into upper Permian and lower
Triassic shallow marine deposits; the lower wall IS made of Anisian dolomites, ...
|These strange mineral formations, the 'towers' of the Rosengarten Massif, are in |
the Dolomites of the Southern Tyrol, near the village of Tiers not far from Bolzano.
The highest of them, the Delago Tower (2,790 metres, or 9,150 feet), takes its ...
|(B) Cross section of the passo Gardena area (after Bosellini & Neri 1991 ) (C) |
Schematic cross section of the northern margin of the Rosengarten massif (after
Brandner et al. 1991). fining stress of 15 bar. Samples for isotopic analysis were.
|... Rosengarten Massif and Latemar. Commanding the very end of the gorge, at |
the final bend, is Castle Braunsberg, scene of the tragic end of a love affair
between a loyal countess and the amorous governor of the castle. In an attempt
Axel Borsdorf, Johann Stötter, Eric Veulliet - 2008 - No preview
|Contents: P. Schuster, Preface; A. Borsdorf - J. Stötter - E. Veulliet, Managing Alpine Future - an introduction Environment and Natural Hazards : M. F. Price, Maintaining mountain biodiversity in an era of climate change; M. Vetter, ...|