Church of St. Anna

The Church of St. Anna in Aschl/Eschio, near Vöran/Verano, is a Romanesque Revival building that was dedicated on July 26th, 1905: St. Anne’s Day.

A merchant, who hailed from Mölten/Meltina and had found prosperity in Bolzano/Bozen, founded the church. The curate of Vöran, Anton Locher, helped with the construction financially, buying a forest and a meadow for the small house of worship.

description to arrive at destination

Coming from both directions of the freeway Meran/Merano - Bolzano/Bozen (MEBO), take the exit of Meran Süd/Merano Sud and follow directions towards Meran first, to then turn right towards Hafling/Avelengo and Vöran/Verano. The little church is places in Aschl/Eschio, directly near the main road to Mölten/Meltina.

Public transport

With the bus until the bus stop "Förstler":

  • Bus no. 204 "Hafling - Vöran - Mölten - Terlan - Bozen"
  • Bus no. 225 "Meran - Hafling - Falzeben" (until Hafling Dorf, than change to busline no. 204)

You'll find the time table on the site: www.suedtirolmobil.info/en/

Author's tip

From the parking place above "Grüner Baum" and Restaurant das Stübele you can reach the small church via the "Familien-Besinnungsweg" (approx. 30 minutes walk).

Park

Little parking place near the church.

Opening times: all-season
 
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10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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