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Molltal

The Moll river, a tributary of the Drau and overshadowed by Grosses Reisseck peak, runs along the Molltal, a valley whose upper reaches form a natural extension of the magnificent road known as Grossglockner Hochalpenstrasse. The river meanders scenically between the high mountain peaks. The road along the valley, starting in Winklern, is an important transit route between Carinthia at one end and Lienz and the Dolomites at the other, winding its way between old mills, waterfalls and huts. The parish of Grosskirchheim was once a major mining district, and the 16thcentury Schloss Grosskirchheim now houses an interesting mining museum. In Dollach you can see the interesting late-Gothic church of St Andrew, and in Sagritz the originally late-Gothic church of St George. Schloss Falkenstein, near Obervellach, has an unusual tower with a wooden top.

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