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News | The last month for visiting “DinoMiti – dinosaurs and fossil reptiles of the Dolomites” in Dobbiaco

World Heritage
2 March 2015

The travelling exhibition “DinoMiti – dinosaurs and fossil reptiles of the Dolomites” has just one more month to go, until 31 March, at the Tre Cime Visitor Centre in Dobbiaco.

DinoMiti is being promoted by the UNESCO Dolomites Foundation geological heritage network and it was created with the help of MUSE, the Trento Science Museum, Museo di scienze naturali dell’Alto Adige (the Alto Adige Natural Science Museum) in Bolzano, Museo friulano di storia naturale (the Friuli Natural History Museum) in Udine, Musei delle regole d’Ampezzo (museums of the Regole d’Ampezzo) in Cortina (BL), Museo V. Cazzetta in Selva di Cadore (BL) and the Museum de Gherdëyina in Ortisei (BZ).

The exhibition is a voyage through the history of the Dolomite region told through the major fossil remains recovered there. Priceless exhibits and accurate reconstructions trace the evolving history of these reptiles from the first traces to the disappearance of the dinosaurs.

“DinoMITI – rettili fossili e dinosauri nelle Dolomiti” is a travelling exhibition which has already been on display in Predazzo (TN), Cortina d’Ampezzo (BL), Selva di Cadore (BL), Sacile (PN) and Dobbiaco (BZ). From 2 May to 31 October 2015 it will be hosted by the Visitor Centre at the Parco Fanes – Senes – Braies in San Vigilio di Marebbe (BZ), and after that at the Visitor Centre of the Val di Funes parks from December 2015 to March 2016.

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