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Tèzzeli

1245 m

Together with Perprùneri and Cùeli, it is one of the Cimbri farms of Oltresommo, one of the places where slambròt, that is, the local version of the German-Cimbrian language, has more resisted the wear and tear of time and the prevalence of the Italian language.
Today in the area no one speaks the ancient language of the ancestors, however proverbs, idioms and exclamations remain.

Tézzeli, like Perprùneri, has maintained the residential conformation of the past centuries, typical of a village of shepherds and lumberjacks.

It has maintained the rural characteristics of its origins, in a beautiful environmental and landscape context that dominates the upper head of the Astico valley.

To see, on the edge of the nearby stream, the Mèin hydraulic sawmill (open to visitors on certain occasions during the summer) and, just beyond, the rest and refreshment area of ​​San Fermo, the 'disappeared village', set up in the place where in the past centuries there was a small agglomeration of charcoal burners, destroyed in 1752 as a result of a centuries-old border dispute.

From the same place you can reach, going up the wooded hill, Forte Cherle, the Werk Sebastiano, one of the seven Austro-Hungarian fortresses of the Alpe Cimbra (war 1914-1918).

Various routes pass through Tèzzeli. Among the most popular are the Giro delle Télder, the Giro del Cherle, the Giro della Sper and the San Sebastiano - Tézzeli (823) and 100 Km dei Forti (841/842)
 
 
 
 
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