Strigno (Striegen in German) is a charming town in the province of Trento, set in the Lower Valsugana area, along the Chieppena river, and surrounded by a natural amphiteater of hills that makes it the ideal place for growing fruit trees.
Prehistorical settlement in origin, it fell under the Roman influence starting from the II century B.C.; then the Romans built there the famous Claudia Augusta Altinate route. During the XIX century it became an important place of residence for the rich Austrian bourgeoisie, attracted by the mild climate and the wonderful scenery. During the First World War the population was evacuated due to their proxinìmity to the front.
- the Church of Immacolata, in Neoclasical style, with a valuable painting by Eugenio Prati and a wonderful Pietà by Giovanni Marchiori. It's flanked by a medieval bell tower;
- the Church of the Saints Vito, Crescenzio e Modesto, dating back to the XIX century and restored sfter the First World War;
- the Church of Santa Maria di Loreto, with a miraculous effigy of the Black Our Lady;
- the centuries-old cedar in Villa Adelia;
- Dosso di Penile.