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Naturpark Beverin

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Four valleys, two cultures - The 412 square kilometre nature park around Piz Beverin is known for its deep gorges, intact villagescapes, typical scattered settlements, gently managed cultural landscapes and crystal-clear mountain lakes.

Description

Deep gorges, secluded mountain valleys, crystal-clear mountain lakes and ibexes characterize the 412 square kilometre Beverin Nature Park.

The gorges Viamala, Roffla and Rhine Gorge, the seclusion of the Safien Valley as well as species-rich dry meadows and pastures on the Schamserberg are impressive natural values that can be discovered in the park area.

The Beverin Nature Park is characterised by two cultures and languages; the Rhaeto-Romans and the Walsers. Intact townscapes, gently managed cultural landscapes, different construction methods and farming methods of the Walser and Rhaeto-Romans are characteristic of the cultural diversity in the Beverin Nature Park.

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