Mountain Cultural/natural/religious point of interest
Inaugurated in 1949 as an ethnographic museum, it also documents the work of the 'magistri moesani' (architects, stucco workers, builders, etc. from the Moesa district) who worked in the German area in the 17th and 18th centuries and produced some Baroque architectural masterpieces. One section is dedicated to the exceptional architectural heritage of the Moesa district. Important relics and faithful reconstructions, with explanatory tables and films, recount the history of the people who lived in this region from the Mesolithic Period up to the Middle Ages, and describe the role of the valley in the network of transalpine communication routes.