Europe > Italy > Lombardy > Passo del Tonale - The Webcam Community - Home
Home Add a webcamAdd a webcam Site: voidvoid Create Account Sign in
Popular Featured New Map Google Earth Tags Videos Get a webcam
Blog Join our community Link our webcams


Webcam Passo del Tonale SternSternSternSternStern

Europe > Italy > Lombardy > Passo del Tonale (correct)

Watch the Giglio salvaging
Giglio Porto
iPhone & Android Apps

Mobile Apps

Desktop Apps


Views: 58,570
Preview taken: 12 hours ago
more ...

Webcam added by

Member since: November 2009
Watch live:
- feratel 100%
- Livespotting ~90%

Webcams nearby:

Travel webcam Santa Caterina Valfurva 2, Santa Caterina Valfurva, Italy
Santa Caterina Valfurva
Travel webcam santa caterina valfurva, Santa Caterina Valfurva, Italy
Santa Caterina Valfurva
Travel webcam Vermiglio, Pizzano, Italy
Travel webcam Bormio - Bormio 2000, Sant'Antonio, Italy
more ...
Switch image
View daylight image of this webcamDaylight
Visit source
See the current pictureNewest image
Go to webcam Passo del Tonale in Europe / Italy / Passo del Tonale
Passo del Tonale, Italy — 12 hours ago
Source: (correct)

This webcam is currently assigned to Story. It was originally added on November 12, 2009 and has been viewed 58,570 times since then. The current picture above was taken 12 hours ago, thereby the webcam seems to be currently active. So far, it was added to their personal favorites on by 5 people.

Weather Passo del Tonale

2°C / 10°C
36°F / 50°F
3°C / 9°C
37°F / 48°F
3°C / 12°C
37°F / 54°F
powered by

Scale UpMap Webcam location

Wrong location? Put it in the right place
Hotels nearby (showing on the map)
Alpi Residence
Via Frodolfo, 14/A, Santa Caterina Valfurva, Italy

Further information about Passo del Tonale

A tonary is a liturgical book in the Western Christian Church containing various chants which is organized according to the eight psalm tones of Gregorian chant. It may include antiphons from the Mass and Offices, as well as responsories and other chants. Although they can be standalone works, they were frequently copied with other liturgical books, including antiphoners, graduals, tropers, prosers, and collections of musical treatises. Tonaries were particular important before a clear musical notation system was developed, as the ordering assisted in the memorization of the chants. The earliest tonary is from the 8th century, and they were used mostly in the 11th and 12th centuries, with some still in use in the 13th century, mainly in Germany. They are also frequently a bridge between theory and practice of the singing of chants and psalms. References: * Read more about Passo del Tonale on Wikipedia


No comments on this webcam
Mobile Webcam search