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Plunacker in Villandro is one of the most important archaeological sites with findings from the period around 5,000 b.c., copper age and bronze age. There are also traces of Roman settlements at par from the 2nd century tire BC The remains of Roman and medieval buildings are the main attraction of the ArcheoParc Villandro.
The silver mine of Villanders, nominated for the first time in 1140, was donated by Emperor Frederick Barbarossa to the monastery of Novacella in 1177. The Villandro mountain is all dug up. About 750 m altitude counts well galleries 16, for a total of 16.5 km, of which two thirds are dug by hand, and a third with the use of explosives. Up to 1943 were mainly extracted lead (galena), copper, pyrite and iron sulfide, blenda and silver. The mine reached its maximum productivity in the first half of the 16th century, when it occupied a large number of miners. From the second half of the 16th centu