The wine village of Termeno features 46 listed buildings - among them there are many residences and manors.
Image gallery: Residences in Termeno
Also Termeno (Tramin) charms with its buildings in the typical Oltradige Style, a fascinating construction style characterised by mullioned windows, loggias, oriels and inner courtyards. Two special buildings are located in the central Via Hans Feur road - the Stetten Residence, which served as the administrative seat of the properties of Termeno and Cortaccia under the Counts of Tyrol, and the Wolkenstein-Rodeneck Manor with its archway decorated with a coat of arms.
Not far rises one of the oldest buildings of Termeno, the Langenmantel Residence (in the picture) with its beautiful fresco chamber, as well as the Romani Residence, whose oldest parts date back to the 14th century. It houses a gourmet restaurant today. The Gothic Unterspaur Residence, also from the 14th century, was presumably built during the reign of Margaret, Countess of Tyrol.
Further historical buildings in Termeno are the Rynnhof and the Freytag Residences: The latter is located right next to the medieval Holy Spirit and St. Joseph Hospital. The hospital cared for four centuries for the ill and elderly people of the village and for orphans. Furthermore, along the Via Andreas Hofer road there are the Freisinger Estate and the “Zum Goldenen Löwen” tavern with its Gothic oriel - both can look back on a long and eventful history.