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Pontebba, Pontêbe, Pontafel, in the three idioms spoken: the area was already inhabited in the Roman era. The origin of its name is not entirely clear. Some maintain it derives from the etymon pons aquae, pons viae or Pontem viae, i.e. a derivation of bridge; others, in contrast, believe that it comes from the Pontebbana river. Until the end of the First World War, the town marked the border between Italy and Austria. Pontebba is also an excellent starting point for discovering enchanting mountain valleys and the perfect place for sports, like cross-country running and hiking.


Photography by Ulderica Da Pozzo

Fondazione Luigi Bon
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