Trento (Richtung Rovereto, Verona, Ostiglia, Po):

Concilio Trento Museo Buonconsiglio
Tabula Peutingeriana mit Sterzing Klausen

Pons Drusi (Bozen) und Trento in der römischen Straßenkarte Tabula Peutingeriana

The Via Claudia Augusta from the Piana Rotaliana to Trento (Tridentum), in Roman times.

trento veduta dall alto dello scavo archeologico in corso nella chiesa di sant

Scavo a Trento

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Mosaico Trento, Foto: Archeo Trentino

Mosaico

Ricostruzione Trento Modello Rekonstruktion Trento

Modell der römischen Stadt Tridentum

Palazzo Roccabruna Palazzo Roccabruna

Schaufenster in die römische Geschichte

Chiesa Paleocristiana San Vigilio Tridentum Sarkofago

Sarkophag in der frühchristlichen Kirche San Vigilio

la sala dei vescovi

Die Fürst-Bischöfe von Trento hatten lange Zeit geistige und weltliche Macht.

Moneta Vescovo Di Trento

Münze des Bischofs von Trento

Concilio Trento Museo Buonconsiglio

Beim Konzil von Trento wurden die Weichen für die Gegen-Reformation gestellt

Rinascimento Trento Rinascimento Trento

so, wie sich die Altstadt von Trento heute präsentiert, wurde sie im Renaissance-Stil für das Konzil von Trento herausgeputzt

Buonconsiglio, Foto: Jakub Halun

Auch das Schloss Buonconsiglio erinnert an das Konzil

Trento 18 Jhd

Trento im 18. Jh.

Preda di guerra piazza Dante

Im 1. Weltkrieg lag auch Trento an der Front

Trento 1922-1935

Die Stadt in den 30ern

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"4 maps across the millenia"
(Rovereto e Vallagarina edition)

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400 A.D.

"Life on the street"

Already the Etruscans, Venetians, Rhaetians and Celts had a lively exchange about the Etsch Valley. With the development of their routes to the first trans-European road across the Alps, even more life came to Vallagarina. This important road brought new influences and opportunities to earn money. As a result, further settlements also developed between the traffic junctions of Trento and Verona, including road stations, which the Romans established at regular intervals. It is striking that the road in Vallagarina crossed the river only once. Those who did not need the road in the immediate vicinity lived at a certain distance, as the remains of the Roman country villa in Isera still bear witness to today.


1500

"Numerous castles"

Even in the Middle Ages and modern times, the inhabitants of Vallagarina lived essentially from the road, and even more important was the Adige waterway, especially for the transport of heavy goods. Ports and ferry services existed in Trento and Nomi, near Rovereto and Avio. Not a single bridge over the Adige is known in Vallagarina. Along this important transport link, numerous castles developed, from which the traffic routes can be easily surveyed. Castel Beseno is the largest of these and is today perfectly equipped for a multifaceted experience of a castle. Clearly the most important place was already then Rovereto, which Maximilian I made into a town in 1510.


1800

"The 18th century"

The Vallagarina did not experience a real industrial revolution in the 18th century. Not even the creation of the Savings Bank and the Brennero railway, which was expensive and not very efficient, could change that. The Vallagarina traditionally produced mainly silk, wood, wine, velvet and leather. In addition there was the tobacco factory in Rovereto. There was no capital for more investments. Moreover, from 1859 Trentino was on the edge of the empire, separated by a border from the important markets of Lobardia and Veneto, which levied considerable customs duties. The winegrowers fought against phylloxera. In silkworm cultivation, the peprine caused problems. Many citizens left the country as guest workers or permanently.

Die nördliche Vallagarina:

Battaglia di Calliano 1487

The Via Claudia Augusta from Trento through the Vallagarina, in Roman times

Battaglia Di Calliano 1487 Diorama Battaglia Di Calliano 1487 Dipinto Battaglia Di Calliano 1487 Dipinto Battaglia Di Calliano 1487 Dipinto Battaglia Di Calliano 1487 Dipinto

Die Schlacht von Calliano in der nördlichen Vallagarina 1487 war maßgebend, dass die Herrschaft der Repubblica di Venezia endete und die Vallagarina wieder unter den Einfluss der Fürst-Bischöfe von Trento kam. In Calliano wird jedes Jahr dem gemeinsamen Erfolg der Truppen des Trentino un der Grafen von Tirol gedacht.

S. Ilario

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Rovereto:
Zentrum der Vallagarina
Stadt der Seide

Seiden Fabrikation Rovereto

The Via Claudia Augusta from Trento through the Vallagarina, in Roman times.

villa romana di isera villa romana di isera

In Isera, vis-a-vis von Rovereto, wurde eine römische Villa ergraben

eine Ansicht von Rovereto um 1300 und eine Annahme, wie es ausgesehen haben könnte.

Porta San Marco Rovereto Serenissima Rovereto Leone San Marco

Die Porta San Marco in der Altstadt von Rovereto erinnert an die Zeit, in der die Vallagarina Teil der Repubblica Venezia war (1416 - 1509).

Rovereto um ca. 1500.

Rovereto um 1700

Seiden Fabrikation Rovereto

Seide spielte in der Wirtschaft von Rovereto eine wichtige Rolle. Fabrik der Fratelli Bettini.

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Die südliche Vallagarina:
Spuren zeugen von Sauriern

Daspletosaurus Gruppe Der Fleischfressenden Theropoden
Dino Spuren Lavini Di Marco bei Rovereto Dino Spuren Wand Lavini Di Marco Dino Spuren Colatoio Chemini Luftaufnahme Dino Spuren

Daspletosaurus Gruppe Der Fleischfressenden Theropoden Ornithopods Zeichnung John Conway

Südlich von Rovereto, in der Ortschaft Lavini di Marco, sind Fußabdrücke von Dinosauriern zu sehen, unter anderem von Theropoden (fleischfressende Dinosaurier, die dem Dilophosaurus ähnlich sind), auf zweibeinige Pflanzenfresser (Ornithopoden) als auch vierbeinige Pflanzenfresser (Sauropoden) zurückzuführen sind. Sie sind 190 bis 200 Millionen Jahre alt.

The Via Claudia Augusta from Trento through the Vallagarina, in Roman times.

Grotta Rio Malo Covelo Ai Piccoli Foto Alpe Cimbra

römischer Kontrollposten für Transportgüter "Covelo di Rio Malo ai Piccoli di Lavarone", grotta di 30 metri

Ein Alter Cimber

Im dreizehnten Jahrhundert wurde auf Geheiß des Trentiner Fürst-Bischofs Federico Vanga beschlossen, die aus der Provinz Vicenza kommende Cimbri-Gemeinschaft anzuerkennen. Die Cimbri sind eine bayerische Sprach-Minderheit, die heute vor allem in den Orten Folgaria, Lavarone und Luserna auf der Hochebene "Altipiani cimbri" 

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Veroneser Etschtal, Monte Baldo und Lago di Garda:
Felszeichnungen von Jägern und Sammlern
Stets umkämpftes Grenzgebiet

Incisioni Rupestri Di Pianaura Ad Arco
Incisioni Rupestri Di Pianaura Ad Arco

Felszeichnungen, die man am Monte Baldo fand, zeugen davon, dass sich in der Gegend schon sehr früh Menschen aufgehalten haben

The Via Claudia Augusta through the northern part of the province of Verona, in Roman times.

Arco Castello Monte Baldo Monte Maggiore

Castello Monte Baldo

Monte Altissimo Grande Guerra Monte Baldo Grande Guerra

Auch der Monte Baldo war Teil der hart umkäpmften Front im 1. Weltkrieg

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Rivoli Veronese, Bardolino, Lazise, Affi, Cavaion Veronese
Strategisch bedeutsames Tor zu Gardasee und Po-Ebene
Immer schon begehrter Siedlungsort

Napoleon in der Schlacht von Rivoli

The Via Claudia Augusta through the northern part of the province of Verona, in Roman times.

Grabungen Gaium Indagine Gaium

Grabungen in Rivoli Veronese.

Schlacht von Rivoli Napoleon Napoleon in der Schlacht von Rivoli

Schlacht von Rivoli während der Napoleonischen Kriege.

Rivoli Verones Ceraino Wohlgemuth 1866

Forte Wohlgemuth an der Talenge Ceraino bei Rivoli Veronese 1866.

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Valpolicella:

Villa Monga 17 Jh
Ritrovamenti Preistorici Monte Loffa

Prähistorische Funde

The Via Claudia Augusta through the northern part of the province of Verona, in Roman times.

Mosaico Dell Epoca Romana Trovato

Diese römische Mosaik wurde in Negrar entdeckt

Mappa Valpolicella Di Giovanni Nacchio

Karte der Valpolicella um 1625

Facciata Della Pieve Di San Floriano

Zahlreiche Sakralbauten zeugen von der reichen Geschichte. Im Bild San Floriano.

Villa Monga 17 Jh


Auch in der Valpolicella findet man die für den Veneto typischen Ville.

Ferrovia Verona Caprino

Frühe Bilder Des Bahnhofes von Carino

Cave Di Prun Valpolicella Cava Marmo Valpolicella

In der Valpolicella wurde und wird Marmor abgebaut

Verona:
Gründung der Räter und Euganeer
Römerstadt am Alpen-Eingang

Veduta Verona
Verona In The Tabula Peutingeriana

Verona in der römischen Straßenkarte Tabula Peutingeriana

The Via Claudia Augusta through the Verona area, in Roman times.

Seminario Scavo Archeologico Seminario Scavo Archeologico Seminario Scavo Archeologico

archäologisiche Grabungen Seminario / Verona

Mosaik Verona

römisches Mosaik

Guided Tours Untergrund Verona

das römische Verona ist bei unterirdischen Führungen zu erleben

Teatro Romano

Das Teatro Romano, am Ostufer der Etsch

Sito Archeologico

Schaufenster ins römische Verona

Römische Glasschüsseln

römische Glasschuesseln im archologischen Museum

Santa Inquisizione Concilio Verona

Concilio in Verona

Veduta Verona

mittelalterliche Ansicht von Verona

Mura Scaligere

Das Verona der Scligeri

rogo di streghe

Hexenverbrennung

Verona 1647

Verona 1647

Verona 1866

1866

Via San Paolo Verona

Via San Paolo

Mulini sull'Adige.

Piazza Bra Verona Old

Piazza Bra und die Verona, noch mit Straßenverkehr

Tram Verona

Aus den Anfängen der Tram

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Po-Ebene zwischen Verona und Po:

Scavi Grabungen Gazzo Veronese

The Via Claudia Augusta through the Po Valley, in Roman times.

Scavi Grabungen Gazzo Veronese

Grabungen an der Via Claudia Augusta, in Gazzo Veronese

Villafranca 1883 Stich

Castello in Villafranca

Saluti Da Vigasio

frühe Ansichtskarte von Vigasio

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Sehenswürdigkeiten

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Ostiglia and the river Po:
Ancient settlement site
River port of the Romans

Ostiglia Romana Po
Riperto Neolitico Ostiglia

Find from the Neoliticum.

The Via Claudia Augusta through the Po Valley, in Roman times.

Ostiglia Romana Po

How to imagine the roman river port in Ostiglia.

Castello Ostiglia

The fortified Ostiglia.

Mantova 1599 and 1660.

Bahnstrecke Ostiglia

Ostiglia has been a traffic junction for thousands of years. Railroad lines also crossed there. Today the railroad line between Verona, Bologno, Florence and Rome runs through the town on the Po. The railroad line between Verona and Ostiglia should correspond to the Roman route of the Via Claudia Augusta.

Alte Ansicht von Ostiglia

Old view of Ostiglia.

Po bei Ostiglia alte Ansicht

In Ostiglia there was always a crossing over the river Po.

Ostiglia alte Ansicht Rathausplatz

Historical photo of the town hall square of Ostiglia.

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