An unprecedented work of rural architecture
Near the meeting point between the Creuso and the Passo Cagnasso creeks there is a splendid and mighty stone bridge, called “de Raigà”. It’s part of the mule track that once connected Mendatica to the Sanctuary of the Madonna dei Colombi and Cosio d’Arroscia.
While the bridges along the mule tracks of the Upper Arroscia Valley are usually slender, this one has a massive appearance and thick arches.
Testo a cura di Nicola Ferrarese, immagini di Nicola Ferrarese