Comune

Moena

Moena, (Trento)

Moena (Ladin: Moéna, German: Mön or Moyen) is a comune (municipality) in Trentino in the northern Italian region Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol, located about 60 kilometres (37 mi) northeast of Trento. It is the largest comune in the Fassa Valley. In the census of 2001, 1,967 inhabitants out of 2,602 (75.6%) declared Ladin as their native language. Geography The municipality borders with Falcade (BL), Nova Levante (BZ), Pozza di Fassa, Predazzo, Soraga, Tonadico and Vigo di Fassa. It counts the hamlets (frazioni) of Forno, Medil, San Pellegrino, Penia, Someda and Sorte. Main sights Sights include the church of San Vigilio, with a Gothic bell tower and 18th-century paintings by Valentino Rovisi, and the ancient church of San Volfango, with 15th-century frescoes and a Baroque ceiling by Giovanni Guadagnini (17th century). Personalities Moena was the home town of Domenico Chiocchetti, largely responsible for the decoration of the Italian Chapel in the Orkney Islands during the Second World War. References External links Media related to Moena at Wikimedia Commons (Italian) Moena official website Moena on The Campanile Project

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