Church of Graun

From the church of Graun, built in 1355, only the Romanesque tower remains. The village was sunk in 1950 to create a reservoir. The tower, now a historical monument, is called "Kirchturm im Reschensee" in German, and "Campanile nel Lago di Resia" in Italian.

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St. George's Church

The Reformed Church of Scuol, dedicated to St. George, was first mentioned in 1178. This first Carolingian church burned down in 1258. A Romanesque church was then built on the site of the former church and was transformed into a Gothic church in the 16th century. In the same century, around the year 1530, Scuol joined the Reformation and St. George's Church became Protestant.