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Contributor Thomas Vitali gives us a great drone's eye view of one of the most iconic spots in the Alps, specifically the Dolomite subrange of northern Italy. The Tre Cime di Lavaredo, or Drei Zinnen as they are known in German ("three Merlons") is a three-peaked mountain which covers part of the the South Tyrol and Belluno provinces. While the peaks once formed the Austro-Italian border, Italy's territorial gain of all of South Tyrol in World War I pushed the border well north of here.
Description: "Visiting the Drei Zinnen meant to me without any doubt to go there in winter only. The Dolomites also called as the "Pale Mountains" are the most beautiful and archaic overburden I have ever seen. Drei Zinnen, you are THE ONE for me, and I had to be as close as possible to you." Mountains as they appear in video: Valparola Pass Sass de Stria & Col de Lana Cadinin Mountain Chain Buchensteiner Tal Drei Zinnen (West View) Overview East & South Dolomites Drei Zinnen (Close Up) Drei Zinnen (South View / Motor Ski View) Drei Zinnen (Close Up North Face) Drei Zinnen (South View) Passo Tre Croci Sextner Dolomites Conturines Cristallo Massive (South View)