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Everything is lively. And full of fun. The "Egetmann" parade at the carnival, for example. The parade with a broad variety of carriages and historic figures originates from an old tradition in which winter was driven out of the land. The so-called "Schnappviecher" are a fundamental part of this event and inseparable from Tramin.
No less history-ridden are Tramin's cultural monuments. A special gem is the little church St. Jakob in Kastelaz. Unobtrusive but still visible from afar, it thrones on a small hill, covered in vineyards, situated just above the village. Inside, it contains the oldest Roman frescoes in the German-speaking area.
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Holiday in Tramin
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Information holiday Tramin/Termeno:
Tourist Association Tramin / Raiffeisen
on the South Tyrolean wine road
T. +39 0471 860 131
F. +39 0471 860 820
VAT. No. 01182420214
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