Several giant boulders broke off a cliff above a village in the northern Italian province of South Tyrol last week, flattening vineyards and a building and nearly destroying a house.
The first boulder crashed through a 300-year-old barn, while another came to rest just outside the home next to it. About 4,000 cubic meters of rock fell on the evening of Jan. 21, reported the South Tyrol News.
No one was injured in the rockslide, but the manager of the property said the damage may cost millions of Euros to repair. Known as the Freisingerhof, the property is owned by the Catholic Servite Order.
A Facebook page has been set up to help the tenants, the Trebo family, who were displaced by the incident. Some photos from the Facebook page are below:
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