Among the monuments of Moena 2 churches in particular are interesting: the old church of St.
Wolfgang, built around 1000 and decorated with frescoes of 1400.
Moena is located in a valley and is surrounded by one of the most fascinating and breathtaking views of the Dolomites (Latemar, Valacia and Costalunga groups).
Moena was called “the fairy of the Dolomites” for its beauty and for the its position that creates a magical atmosphere.
Florian, dating back to 1500 with decorations and artefacts in the Baroque style; the Church of Saints Sebastian and Rocco in the Gothic style with two altars of great value; the Church of Anthony also in Gothic style, dating back to 1400; the Church of the Sacred Heart, built during world War II; and the Church of Our Lady of the Snows, dating from the sixteenth century.
Another famous centre of this area is the town of .
This church is dedicated to the patron saint of lumberjacks.
The melodies as they appeared in these works were then compared with manuscripts of the twelfth, thirteenth, fourteenth, and fifteenth centuries at Naples, Monza, Prague, Heiligen Kreuz, St.
Ambrose wrote his hymns, gives us an idea as to the form which the melodies must have had originally.