Domegge di Cadore
Domegge di Cadore is a small village near the artificial lake of the Cadore Center. The lake was born from the creation of a dam in the 50s. It is dominated by the Dolomitic Peaks of the Spalti di Toro and Monfalconi.
– The Parish Church of San Giorgio, erected in 1208, restructured following a fire
– This country stands out for some archealogical finds: a Gallic Helm and several Celtic tombs. another Pearl is Casa Valmassoi, a 14th-century Gothic building in masonry and wood.