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Top of mount Barigazzo

The view from the top of mount Barigazzo (Varsi - Parma) on 15th August 2009. Traditionally in this place is held, on 15th of August of every year, a party that attracts young people and families that could spend a day in the nature

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Uploaded: 16/08/2009
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Tags: barigazzo; mount; nature; top; appennines; rock
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