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Monte Sette Fontane

Monte Sette Fontane

Roman settlement on a ridge rich in history Monte Sette Fontane is located along one of the most important mountain ridges in the history of western Liguria, connecting the coast with the northern territories.Excavations conducted by the Superintendency since 2002 have confirmed assiduous human attendance from the first and middle Imperial Age, favored, as the name suggests, by […]

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Sanctuary of Nostra Signora di Lampedusa

Built as ex-voto It’s a Marian sanctuary built in the seventeenth century on an important medieval route in the municipality of Castellaro.Legend has it that the building was made as an ex-voto by the inhabitant of Castellaro Andrea Anfosso who was captured by the Barbareschi pirates in 1561. Once transferred to the Sicilian island of Lampedusa, he […]

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Church of San Salvatore

Beautiful and still hidden frescoes The church of San Salvatore is a magnificent example of a rural oratory. It has been built in the fifteenth century near the San Salvatore pass (713 m), along the path that leads to Monte Follia in the territory of Castellaro.Inside, beautiful frescoes emerge from the partially detached plaster. Testo a […]

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Lime kiln

Along the path in Costa dei Tre Cammini In the Province of Imperia there are numerous traces of the rich production of lime, a binding material for the construction of mortar, used until the introduction, in the second half of the nineteenth century, of Portland cement.While the production of lime at an industrial level takes place […]

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