Amblar, a little village with historical origins, is located at the slopes of Monte Roen between Val Avena valley and the Linor river.
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Amblar is a little village in the upper Val di Non valley and consists of two parts: on the one hand the ancient district with its wodden farms called “i Molini”, on the other hand the more modern part “Belvedere”. There are some 200 inhabitants living in the village, located at an alitude of 1,000 m asl.
About one km from the village, there is the so called “Porta di Val Avena”, a portal that has been constructed in the Roman era as border between Amblar and the surrounding villages. Moreover it was aimed at protecting the inhabitants from attacks.
This wooden portal has often been referred to as “carta di regola”, dating back to the year 1609 AD and is still considered to be the border of the village. Worth to be visited is above all the San Vigilio parish church, dating back to the period of time between 1845 and 1847.