Galleria ciclopedonale Framura-Bonassola
Liguria, Italy

La pista ciclabile sfrutta le vecchissime gallerie ferroviarie dei primi anni del 1900, gallerie che furono dismesse con l'avvento dell'attuale linea ferroviaria ligure,le gallerie sono state restaurate e illuminate e sono presenti aperture e balconate in corrispondenza degli scorci piu' belli. Lungo il tratto è inoltre possibile accedere a spiagge e calette nascoste altrimenti irraggiungibili se non via mare.

Copyright: Mirko mannarino
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Uploaded: 02/01/2014
Updated: 22/01/2014


Tags: framura; bonassola; galleria; cinqueterre; pista ciclopedonale
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