Site located at an altitude of about 1600 m between Campo Carlo Magno and Malga Mondifrà, in which recent Mesolithic finds have been found.

The archaeological site Campo Carlo Magno is located on the pass that separates the Val Rendena from the Val Meledrio. Here traces of lithotechnics have been discovered. On the site at about 1600 m of altitude between Campo Carlo Magno and Malga Mondifrà, in fact, about twenty finds have been found. Including a direct marginal touch-up blade, a denticular retouching blade, a hollow adjacent to a fracture and a core fragment. The material preserved at the MUSE (Tridentine Museum of Natural Sciences) in Trento, was buried just below the turf. It has been doubtfully attributed to the recent mesolithic trapezium facies.

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