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Piloni dell'Alpe di Baudo

The stone piles of Alpe di Baudo

The mysterious rock shapes We are in Liguria on Alpe di Baudo mountain, above the ancient village of Carpasio. Here, dozens of stone piles emerge from the earth, arranged with great care. There are several fascinating theories about their origin. However, digging into the memories of the inhabitants of the Carpasina Valley reveals the mystery. […]

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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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The menhir of Sotto di San Lorenzo

A symbol of an ancient civilization On the ridge between the Argentina and the Rezzo valleys, on the border of Sotto di San Lorenzo, there is a large stone stuck in the ground. Widely interpreted as a menhir, this symbol could be an ancient border marker. Testo e immagini a cura di Nicola Ferrarese.

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