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Messner Mountain Museum Corones

Reinhold Messner is not only the most famous mountaineer and alpinist, but also a good storyteller. One of the museum halls constantly replays his documentaries from alpinist expeditions undertaken all over the world.

The Messner Mountain Museum is located at the very top of the renowned ski resort Plan de Corones/Kronplatz, at an altitude of 2,275. Dedicated to mountaineering and alpinism, the history of climbing and climbing equipment, it offers unique views of the Alps and the Dolomites through unusual openings.

The one and only Zaha Hadid

Zaha Haddid has left behind another architectural wonder, minimally intruding upon the landscape, and yet spectacular in its interior. The views resemble framed images of the Alpine peaks, from Marmolada in the south to Hintertux and Zillertal in the north.
Of course, all of this is also visible from the summit of Kronplatz, but images thus framed leave a different impression.
MMM Corones was opened in 2015, and represents the 6th Messner Mountain Museum. Zaha Hadid combined the Ladin word for crown, Corones, with Alpine crowns and the successes of the most famous alpinist of the South Tyrol and beyond.
Highly recommended for all who want to experience something different and memorable, because this museum is simply unforgettable.

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