Stone Roofs in the Calanca Valley

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Olivone: Centro - Gioventù - e - Sport

Olivone: Centro - Gioventù - e - Sport

Disentis

Disentis

Disentis: Eglise

Disentis: Eglise

Disentis › Süd: Lai Alv

Disentis › Süd: Lai Alv

Disentis: dir - nord

Disentis: dir - nord

Vals: Hohgädemli

Vals: Hohgädemli

Vals: Dachberg - ’ - m - ü - M

Vals: Dachberg - ’ - m - ü - M

Vals: Hotel - Therme

Vals: Hotel - Therme

Stafelti: Dachberg

Stafelti: Dachberg

Splügen: Historischer Dorfkern - Centro Storico

Splügen: Historischer Dorfkern - Centro Storico

Splügen: Tanatzhöhe - Skigebiet

Splügen: Tanatzhöhe - Skigebiet

San Bernardino: San - Bernardino

San Bernardino: San - Bernardino

Pian San Giacomo: Pian - San - Giacomo

Pian San Giacomo: Pian - San - Giacomo

San Bernardino: San - Bernardino

San Bernardino: San - Bernardino

San Bernardino: San - Bernardino - Villaggio

San Bernardino: San - Bernardino - Villaggio

Campo Blenio: Campo - Blenio

Campo Blenio: Campo - Blenio

Lopagno: Val Colla Lugano

Lopagno: Val Colla Lugano

Lopagno: Lugano - San - Salvatore

Lopagno: Lugano - San - Salvatore

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The stone houses in the Calanca Valley are known far beyond the valley’s borders. Hamlets such as Valbella or the Monti di San Carlo are desirable targets for detail-oriented photographs. The houses are partially built with stone, partially with spruce trunks in the block house style. Particularly impressive are the roofs covered with square-cut stone plates.

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