The toponym Rango derives from the Celtic mainsail that means “limit”: in fact the village, in addition to being the limit of the Pieve del Bleggio, was the last inhabited fraction before the Durone pass. With its old houses leaning against each other and connected by porticoes, internal entrances and courtyards, it looks like a fortified town, perfectly preserved in its traditional architecture that has few equals in Trentino. The soul of this village has remained intact over the centuries. From the beautiful Renaissance bifora that welcomes you at the entrance, heritage of the Renaissance period perfectly conjugated with the typical rural architecture of the place and embellished by a magnificent sundial, in rural buildings, the bridges leading to the farmyard, the typical hallways (vòlt), the dense system of tunnels, internal courtyards (portec) and covered passages to shelter from the bad weather.
36 km - 49m