A Bressanone non sono mai andata, mentre a Brunico ci è andata la mia famiglia giusto l'anno scorso, ma io non sono potuta venire (mannaggia!). Comunque fai davvero delle foto fantastiche, seriamente. Mi sono detta "dai, diamo un'occhiata alla gallery" e, che dire, mi ha davvero sorpresa.
Hahaha oddei non mi ero accorta che eri Made in Italy!!! x''''D Comunque davvero, sembra da tutt'altra parte se non avessi letto che il luogo è in Italia non ci avrei mai creduto D: Doveva esserci una bella arietta fresca e pura <3
Ah this brings back vacation memories when we were in Termeno about 6 years ago ... I don't remember very clear but it could be that we had visited Vipiteno too. (And the guy on the left really doesn't look like he had a good day at all..) Una foto molto bella.
Yeah, vineyards and fruit yards. We spent our vacation at a winery, my family helped them pick grapes on one day. They also had a myriad of different apple sorts there that we tasted. From the place where we had our flat we could see down into the valley full of apple plantations. I still have a photo of that somewhere.
They prefer the german name Sterzing there. Southern Tyrolia was always german speaking. In fact, till 1918 it belongs to Austria, but because of the lost war it became part of Italy. During the time of the fasiscm, lead by dictator Benito Mussolini, only italian was allowed. Using german was forbidden and using it was punished hard. In consequence, every village or town gets a new italian name. Fortunately that changed after 1945, but the wounds aren't completely healed. Even today there are movements who wants to go back to Austria!