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Monte Acquarone

Monte Acquarone

An enigmatic peak still to be studied Monte Acquarone has been for centuries, perhaps millennia, a strategic point for control over the territory, rising between the Impero and Prino valleys. Crossed by the thousand-year-old Via Marenca, its summit is said to have hosted a pre-Roman castelliere and, later, a castle. The flat top, the presence […]

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Teleferica sopra Pantasina

Cableways above Pantasina

 Haymaking witnesses All the available land was exploited by shepherds and farmers based on altitude, slope, type of terrain, distance from the village and communication routes.The highest areas, more flat and subject to greater thermal gradients during the year, were dedicated to haymaking. To quickly transport the hay bales, called “beriui”, cableways were installed, some […]

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Casone degli innamorati

Casone of lovers

Romantic rural architecture Along the Via Marenca that follows the right ridge of the Impero Valley there are numerous examples of rural architecture, mainly “caselle”: small huts made with dry stones.During our trip with the Google Street View Trekker, not far from the summit of Monte Scuassi, we met a small “casone”, a type of […]

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