The facade of the Sartëur House in Selva di Val Gardena is decorated with paintings and a carillon.
Image gallery: Carillon of the “Sartëur” House
Meisules in the centre of Selva di Val Gardena was known as “Ghetun” in former times, three houses formed the village centre of Selva di Val Gardena from 1832 on. One of them was the farm and residential building of the Senoner family. Today the history-charged building houses a grocery and since 2002 the oriel has been decorated with a carillon.
Twice a day the village centre is imbued with a very particular sound. 14 valuable bronze bells play a melody and four carved wooden medieval figures spin around. The figures show musicians, three men with violins and one woman with a flute.
Whereas the paintings on the outer facade of the Sartëur House show which craftsmen were in the village in those days.