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LADINS OF THE DOLOMITES: CULTURE AND TRADITIONS

The ladin people – also known as the most ancient population in the Alps - are very tied to its traditions, its language and its ancient culture. It's because of this that customs and traditions have been handed down over centuries, until today.
The origins of crafts in the Dolomites area go back to the 16th century and even today, craftsmanship is a fundamental part of Ladin economics. Some professions have disappeared while others have developed in accordance with the increase in tourism.
In Alta Badia, the neolatin Ladin language is still spoken. Children learn it at school and it's the the official language for almost all local families.
LADINS OF THE DOLOMITES: CULTURE AND TRADITIONS
LADINS OF THE DOLOMITES: CULTURE AND TRADITIONS
LADINS OF THE DOLOMITES: CULTURE AND TRADITIONS
LADINS OF THE DOLOMITES: CULTURE AND TRADITIONS
 
 
 
 

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67, Costadedoi Street
39030 San Cassiano (Badia)
Trentino Alto Adige - Italy
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