Europe > Italy > Veneto > Alleghe
Webcams.travel - The Webcam Community - Home
Home Add a webcamAdd a webcam Create Account Sign in voidvoid
Live Popular Featured New Map Google Earth
Blog Get a webcam Link our webcams

Alleghe - Civetta Webcam

Europe > Italy > Veneto > Alleghe (correct)

Dolomiti Turismo Belluno
Member since: June 2009
More webcams:

Travel webcam Falcade - Focobon
Falcade

About

Views: 51,663
Preview taken: 41 minutes ago
more ...
iPhone & Android Apps

Mobile Apps


Desktop Apps

New: LIVE Cams
Share

<> Embed
Save
Please sign in to use this feature
Travel webcam Colfosco, Colfosco, Italy
Colfosco
Travel webcam Forcella Staunies, Cojana, Italy
Cojana
Travel webcam Sciovia Lacedel, Col, Italy
Col
Travel webcam Falcade 2, Falcade, Italy
Falcade
more ...
Switch image
View daylight image of this webcamDaylight
Visit source
See the current pictureNewest image
640x480
Fullscreen
Go to webcam Alleghe - Civetta in Europe / Italy / Alleghe
Alleghe, Italy — 41 minutes ago
Source: http://www.infodolomiti.it/webc...bcamalleghe.htm (correct)
Lookr Look back: 24 hours | 30 days
^ Embed this widget in your website ^

This webcam is currently assigned to Dolomiti Turismo Belluno. It was originally added on February 04, 2008 and has been viewed 51,663 times since then. The current picture above was taken 41 minutes ago, thereby the webcam seems to be currently active. So far, it was added to their personal favorites on webcams.travel by 3 people.

Webcam description

In English
Civetta - Alleghe - Dolomites - Italy Skiing, Climbink, Trekking

Weather Alleghe

Thursday
Weather
14°C / 26°C
57°F / 79°F
Friday
Weather
13°C / 26°C
55°F / 79°F
Saturday
Weather
13°C / 24°C
55°F / 75°F
powered by wetter.com

Hotels nearby

Hotels nearby (showing on the map)
Ciasa Parom
Costadedoi 41/B, San Cassiano, Italy
Details

Further information about Alleghe

"Alleghe" is a village and commune in the province of Belluno, Veneto, NE Italy. To the west Alleghe borders with Alleghe Lake, which was formed in 1771 by a landslide from the adjacent Mount Piz. Purists of the Italian language would derive the name Alleghe from the Latin "alica" or "alicarius", meaning granary, but as no grain is grown in this Alpine village, it is most likely that Alleghe is a contraction of the Ladin "a l'agua", in reference the deep mountain valley that marked the western boundary of the village prior to the landslide of 1771. A community existed as far back as the 12th century CE. External links: on Wikivoyage Read more about Alleghe on Wikipedia

Comments

jansen (6 years ago)
meteowebcam doesn't operate this webcam
Webcam search