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The municipal coat of arms depicts the travelling knife grinder, a symbol of the emigration that has deeply marked this community.

In olden times, Giustino undoubtedly appeared as a traditional Alpine village. At the turn of the century, the upper parts of the houses were still entirely made of wood and the large roofs were topped with “scàndole” tiles. The historic core of the village is still full of beautiful houses, with their characteristic wooden gables, wide eaves, granite portals and windows and sacred murals; the stone fountains, the entrance halls, vegetable gardensand walnut trees all paint a typical Alto Rendena picture, while the new dwellings have made it as one with Pinzolo.

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