Grand St. Bernard – o Passo e o Cão São Bernardo

Grosser St-Bernard / Martigny

Place Centrale de Martigny

Place Centrale de Martigny

Martigny vue sur le catogne

Martigny vue sur le catogne

O cão São Bernardo é um símbolo especial da Suíça. Todos sabem que o "Barry", essa raça de cachorros grandes e bem-humorados, salvou a vida de muitos alpinistas perdidos. Esse herói de quatro patas sempre cresceu no passo alpino da Grand St. Bernard.

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The Saint Bernard dog lives at the hospice on Great Saint Bernhard, a shelter founded in the Middle Ages, led by Augustinian monks. The hospitality of the monks is legendary. The Saint Bernard dog has been bred on this Alpine pass by the monks, first with the attribute of being able to carry loads, later also as an avalanche search dog. The most renowned and legendary of these dogs, Barry, is supposed to have saved the lives of over 40 people.

Today the main breeding location of the Saint Bernard dog is no longer at the hospice. However, the animals can be viewed all summer long on the Great Saint Bernhard. Hiking with the St. Bernards is sure to be an unforgettable highlight. The dog museum in Martigny, Fondation Barry, showcases stories about Saint Bernard dogs.

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