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Church of St. Nicolas, Lasa

The Church of St. Nicholas is a late gothic construction presumably dating from around 1500. In 1786 the church was secularised, in line with the reforms instituted by Emperor Joseph II and there are no remaining traces of its original function. In 1984 the church was restored and today it is used to house exhibitions.


Contact Church of St. Nicolas
Street Via Venosta
Zip code 39023
Place Lasa
Processions & Festivals
Like every town and village in the Venosta Valley, Silandro/Schlanders and Lasa/Laas both have their own processions, fairs and festivals. Lasa, for example, has the traditional Easter Tomb, a decorative scene displayed in churches at Easter. On the second Sunday of September, the procession of the Virgin Mary takes place in Silandro to commemorate the area’s liberation from the French invasion.
Local history and culture in Venosta Valley
The cultural region of Venosta Valley in South Tyrol is characterized by its lively customs, traditions and also sense of innovation; from the Romanesque “Stairways to Heaven” project through all periods of art up to contemporary architecture, art, theater and music.