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Federico Nasi ad Apricale

Apricale

The medieval village headquarters of the Counts of Ventimiglia The first human traces around Apricale date back to the Bronze Age, as evidenced by the sepulchral mounds of Pian del Re. The village was officially founded in the 10th century by the Counts of Ventimiglia who also built the Castello della Lucertola, a castle today […]

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Rio Merdanzo

Rio Merdanzo

The location of The Baron in the Trees The medieval villages of Apricale and Perinaldo are connected by an ancient mule track that crosses the Merdanzo stream, whose name could derive from the practice of using its waters to macerate hemp, flax and broom (as reported by the Statutes of Apricale of 1267 (cit. Http://www.isolacometivresti.com/2011/02/marino-cassini-risponde-luciano.html#axzz5oPZRhTeD). Just […]

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