Technology "Curon": The true story behind the Netflix hit
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With "", Netflix has been offering new material for all fans of Mystery and horror series - the German Netflix hit " " seems to serve as the clearest model, which also deals with missing persons cases and the dark secrets of a small town.
But unlike "Dark" , "Curon" is actually based on the true history of the municipality of Graun im Vinschgau and Reschensee - and on the legends that surround the famous church tower, the rising from the lake.Real filming location, real history
First the facts: “Curon” was filmed in and around Graun in the Vinschgau, hence the title: the municipality in South Tyrol is called Curon Venosta in Italian. In the municipality are the villages Reschen am See (Italian Resia) and Graun (Curon) and the Reschensee (Lago di Resia).
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This lake is best known for the church tower that rises from the water. The tower of the St. Catherine Church is all that is left of the original villages of Reschen and Graun, which used to be in this place.
In 1950, however, these were demolished, rebuilt elsewhere and the villagers were forced to move to create an artificial reservoir for the power supply. However, since the tower, which was built in the 14th century, is a listed building, it was left standing.The legend behind "Curon"
It should come as no surprise that there are a number of stories surrounding the iconic image of the bell tower protruding from the water. The best known is probably the legend that the bells start ringing under certain conditions (about in the coldest months of the year) - even though they were removed before the town was flooded.
“Curon” is now based on exactly this part of the legend: In the series it is the case that those who hear the ringing of the bells are doomed to death. And then when Anna (), the mother of the main characters Daria ( ) and Mauro ( ), disappears without a trace after returning to her hometown with her young children, it seems as if there was actually something about the legends ...
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