Gebiet der Bauernhöfe und ehemalige Alm, wenige Kilometer von Madonna di Campiglio entfernt.
S. Antonio di Mavignola, ein Ortsteil der Gemeinde Pinzolo, liegt auf einem Hügel, der aus einer nacheiszeitlichen Moränenablagerung entstanden ist. Die Bevölkerung bestand früher hauptsächlich aus Bauernfamilien aus Pinzolo, die ihr Vieh im Sommer auf diese Weiden brachten, bevor sie auf die höher gelegenen Almen weiterzogen. Es scheint, dass der erste Kern des Dorfes in der Ortschaft Milegna lag, wo man heute alte Bauernhöfe und Gebäude bewundern kann, die der Almwirtschaft gewidmet sind.
Points of interest
Church of Sant’Antonio Abate VecchiaBuilt prior to the 1300s and located along the road to Madonna di Campiglio, for many years this church was run by a religious hermit. The structure features a gable roof with larch roof shingles and boasts a wealth of frescoes and other decorations carried out by Simone II Baschenis in 1540. On its outer facade, one of its vibrantly coloured works depicts the Deposition from the Cross with the Virgin Mary and the saints.
Forte ClempConstruction of Forte Clemp took place between 1914 and 1915 using large slabs of granite and concrete. It was about forty meters (130 feet) long and included rooms for the troops, for the storage of rations, a munitions depot, and a water tank, as well as areas designed for defensive purposes. The side looking down the mountain had a number of embrasures used to fire on the enemy, and during the time of the Austro-Hungarian empire, it became part of a broader system of defence made up of additional trenches, forts, tunnels, and sniper outposts running from the summit of Doss del Sabion down towards Sant’Antonio di Mavignola and back up to Malga Clemp, Malga Valchestria and continues up to Doss del Fò. The fort, and the garrison that was to come, never played an active part in the war, and it was abandoned after the armistice. In recent years, the building, now reduced to a ruin, has been preserved.
Farmhouses (Pimunt, Fogajard)Relics of days gone by, the Pimunt and Fogajard farmhouses have been perfectly preserved and used for a variety of purposes over the years without losing their original architectural features. The Pimunt farmhouse is a mountain establishment that includes hay lofts, stalls, mangers, and dairies. It was once the site of a vibrant farm. Fogajard, in turn, served a mountain pasture and features large, separate structures united by a vast, grassy terrace overlooking the spectacular Brenta Dolomites.