Orte der Magie - Surin
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The Bronze Age hill of Crestaulta is eerie and fascinating at the same time. The settlement was inhabited between 2000 and 1200 BC and is considered one of the oldest in the inner Alpine region.
In the Val Lumnezia you will find many powerful, powerful places. The hike takes you from power place to power place. Perhaps you feel the different energy qualities or even find long-sought answers to certain questions.
From Vrin you walk on a dirt road first through fat meadows, then through a species-rich mixed forest down to the river Glogn. At the bridge, a narrow hiking trail leads up to the former mill of Surin (39). Return to the bridge and walk towards Surin. About 300 m west of the village is a conspicuously flattened hill, called Crestaulta (40). Excavations prove a Bronze Age settlement. The hike continues through Surin, Pruastg Dadens and Pruastg Dado. Above Pruastg Dado the hiking trail leads over the new suspension bridge to Silgin. In Silgin you can visit the Caplutta da Sogn Bistgaun (41).
From Silgin you have the possibility to continue the hike towards Surcasti/Uors or return via the covered wooden bridge down in the valley, towards Lumbrein.
39. The mill, the remains of which are still visible today, was built at the beginning of the 17th century. Research shows that it was in operation from about 1670 to 1941.
40. The settlement of Crestaulta was continuously inhabited between 2000 and 1200 BC and is considered one of the oldest in the inner Alpine region. The fascinating finds are exhibited in the Rhaetian Museum in Chur. Various conjectures point to a cult and execution place with corrosive values. Clairvoyant people feel uncomfortable in this place and feel the withdrawing forces.
41. The chapel Sogn Bistgaun was consecrated in 1643. A predecessor building from the 16th century is more than likely. It is assumed that there was already a building around 1500. The mutues give high, but unbalanced and disharmonious values.
In cooperation with Lumnezia Turissem, the Swiss Power Centres Research Centre tested 66 special places in the region and documented them in 12 hiking routes. Information about the routes can be found in the book "Places of Magic", which is available at the tourist office Vella.
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Dadens - Pruastg Dado - Silgin.
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