When the Dolomites were declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco on June 26, 2009, the choice seemed completely natural. The Pale Mountains, a mountainous area that has no equal in terms of geological characteristics and landscape value, were already, in the spotlight of the world, a heritage to be preserved and enhanced. However, the official declaration of World Heritage Site was a decisive step in this direction. The Dolomiti Unesco Foundation, in fact, acts as a coordination body between the regional and provincial bodies. The main objective is to promote the growth of the Dolomites according to eco-compatibility criteria. So that anyone, even and especially future generations, can enjoy the incomparable spectacle of a spire that turns red at sunset!