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Monte Tamaro
Switzerland

Alpe di Foppa, sulle pendici del Monte Tamaro. Ci si arriva mediante una cabinovia da Rivera. 

Negli anni 70 la zona fu trasformata in stazione sciistica, alla quale si rinunciò nei primi anni del 2000. Attualmente è conosciuta per il turismo estivo, in particolare per la traversata Tamaro-Lema e l'oratorio di S. Maria degli Angeli, costruito da Mario Botta e decorato da Enzo Cucchi e per la maestosa vista panoramica.

Copyright: Aurelio Ferrari
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Resolution: 8000x4000
Uploaded: 17/03/2012
Updated: 23/07/2014
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