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BON DOMESDI!


“Bon domesdi y bën uni da meus tla Dolomites!”


This is how you will be greeted and welcomed in the Dolomites in Ladin, a special and unique language spoken only in the region of northeast Italy. Only 40,000 people still speak Ladin and it is a language struggling to survive, but things are looking optimistic since a newly launched newspaper and TV station use the language. So Ladin has a great chance of staying alive and in full use. Not only is the language special in the Dolomites; so are the people and the natural beauty.


60 Jan/Feb 2020


by Tina Todori Photo & Video by Uros Podlogar


The Dolomites were declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2009 because of their spectacular jagged pinnacles. Besides breathtaking views, ski slopes, and famous hiking trails, they offer an amazing 300 days of sunshine per year. For all sun lovers, this is a must-visit destination. The best part of it all is that you can visit the Dolomites by foot, with an e-bike, or enjoy the view from a higher birds-eye perspective.


For more than two decades, visitors have been able to catch a Dolomites sightseeing flight with Elikos Helicopterservice (sic) owned by two brothers: Gabriel and Marco Kostner.


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