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Cold water archaeological area

This archaeological area, open all year round, is located at the Redebus Pass 1440 m above sea level, between the Valle dei Mòcheni and the Pinè plateau.

It is one of the highest archaeological museum areas in Europe and is one of the most important prehistoric foundries of the late Bronze Age (13th-11th century BC) in the entire Alpine arc.

In this foundry the visitor can admire, among other things, the tools that our ancestors used to work copper (such as millstones) and the smelting furnaces (nine), thus learning all the secrets of metalworking.
In this archaeological area it is possible, through educational laboratories made available by the Educational Services of the Superintendency, to admire and learn metalworking techniques.

A stone's throw from the archaeological area there is a protected area of community importance which is home to many protected animals and plants.

The area can be visited freely.
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