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Unesco World Natural Heritage Dolomites

DoloMythos will explain just what it is that makes the Dolomites Alps so unique. In the middle of the Dolomites, Michael Wachtler, near Braies, discovered a previously unexplored fossilized world. Dozens of unknown plants, reptiles and fish have been unearthed so far. Some of these findings are described in the documents that helped to convince UNESCO experts of the area’s unique nature.

New species of lizard in the Dolomites of BraiesThe new species of lizard brought to light in the Dolomites of the Braies area in recent years are now on display in the DoloMythos Museum.

Species of fernThis recently discovered species of fern is still awaiting its scientific name. Who knows what name they’re finally going to give it?


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DoloMythos - Encyclopedia

Eusaurosphargis dalsassoi. A new and important reptile discovery made by Michael Wachtler in the Braies Dolomites

Dolomythos - Underground Christmas Market

Megachirella wachtleri
The history of discovery

The origin of angiosperms

Unesco World Natural Heritage
The Dolomites

Megachirella wachtleri
the ancestor of snakes and lizards

The First World War
in the Dolomites

New Discoveries
Fossil Plants, dinosaurs


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