The village of the storks.
The village of the storks. Fagagna is known for its storks, which can often been seen flying in the
area. This is thanks to a flora and fauna oasis, Quadris, which was built here specially for them, and includes a picturesque lake and marshy environment, as well as what remains of the ancient woodland. A colony of northern bald ibis, a close relative of the stork on the brink of extinction, can also be found here.
Five organs of significant historical and artistic value
The village preserves some five organs of significant historical and artistic value, as evidence of organ-making history from the 18th to the 20th century. These are the Baroque organ by Pietro Nacchini (1752) in the parish church in Madrisio, the Renaissance-Baroque organ by Francesco Comelli (1788) found in the church of Our Lady of the Assumption, the operatic organ by Gaetano Callido (1792) in Villalta, the Rococo
organ by Valentino Zanin (1827) in the church in Ciconicco, and the Romantic organ by Beniamino Zanin (1903) in the church of St James.