Lake Misurina, Cadore Region Italy

Map of Cortina d’Ampezzo To Misurina Village

Map of Cortina d’Ampezzo To Misurina Village

It was a sprinkling of rain and cloudy.

Misurina (Meśorìna) is a fraction (separation village) of Auronzo di Cadore , in the province of Belluno.

Arived at theLakeside of Misurina.

Arived at theLakeside of Misurina.

Lake Misurina (Lago di Misurina)

Lake Misurina (Lago di Misurina)

Misurina is a tourist destination situated at the lake of the same name, not far from Cortina d’Ampezzo, surrounded by the three peaks, Monte Cristallo, Monte Piana and Tre Cime di Lavaredo.

Autumn leaves lakeside

Autumn leaves lakeside

Quiet Lake, Misurina

Quiet Lake, Misurina

Autumn leaves on the Lake Misurina.

Autumn leaves on the Lake Misurina.

Lake Misurina (Lago di Misurina) is the largest natural lake of the Cadore area and it is 1,754 m above sea level, near Auronzo di Cadore (province). The lake’s perimeter is 2.6 km long, while the maximum depth is 5 m.

I walked around the lake of Misurina.

I walked around the lake of Misurina.

It has stopped raining already.

It has stopped raining already.

Yellow and green trees.

Yellow and green trees.

Monte Cristallo (Crystal Mountain) and Lake Misurina

Monte Cristallo (Crystal Mountain) and Lake Misurina

Lakeshore trail

Lakeshore trail

Lake Misurina (Lago di Misurina)

Lake Misurina (Lago di Misurina)

Information in this area

Information in this area

Southern end of the lake Misurina

Southern end of the lake Misurina

The Misurina and Institute Pius XII

The Misurina and Institute Pius XII

Sanatorium;

Famous the world over for its special microclimate and its pure, health-giving air, Misurina is a centre for the cure of respiratory illnesses with its Pio XII Institute. So Misurina is to all intents and purposes a ‘Healthy Air Oasis’.

(This photo is from Facebook.)

Lakeside cafe and souvenir shop.

Lakeside cafe and souvenir shop.

I took a rest in the cafe a little and headed to the next destination Brunico. It was cloudy with light rain, but the village was very beautiful.

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