town scape Albula


Stierva is a cluster village high above the left side of the Albula. It lies on the eastern slope of a mountain range with the Curvér Pintg da Taspegn (2,731 m above sea level) and the Muttner Horn (2,401 m above sea level).


The late Gothic parish church of St. Mary Magdalene is characterized by a reticulated ribbed vault that is well worth seeing and probably the most famous - also late Gothic - winged altar in Graubünden. Poetry in nature is promised by the "Veia digl Pader", a twelve-kilometre-long adventure trail from Stierva/Stürvis to Savognin, which features poems by Father Alexander Lozza (1880-1953). The poems can be accessed via the Parc Ela app. The villagescape of Stierva/Stürvis has been awarded the title of "Townscape of National Importance".


Public Transport




Stradung 11, Im Bahnhof, 7450 Tiefencastel

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