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The village of Anras is set in a lovely location. The settlements of this area are predominantly on the south-facing upland terrace, and also on the floor of the valley. In contrast, on the so-called “shady side” there is just one isolated farm. So the sun has great intentions for Anras. But it’s not just that – the mountains in the Defereggen range and the foothills of the Lienz Dolomites also create a beautiful setting for the many hours of sun which you get to experience in Anras. In Anras there are currently 1292 inhabitants; it has very much changed since the time of World War 2. Houses were built, so Anras, which was once known as the “granary of Pustertal”, today has a very different glow.
Anras was and still is idyllic today, and this is evident, amongst other features, by its crest – a white lamb on a green mountain. And in fact in the not especially densely developed Anras, you will also find a great deal of greenery and lots of nature. Set at 1261 metres, it offers more than “just” nature.
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Tipp: Den traumhaften Panoramablick auf die Lienzer Dolomiten und die frische Bergluft in Anras können Sie am besten bei einer Tour auf der Pustertaler Höhenstraße (Panoramastraße) genießen!
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