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Italian Riviera - Savona: Laigueglia, Vico Giuliano Preve
Liguria, Italy

The old center of Laigueglia has many narrow roads, named "caruggi" like the Vico Giuliano Preve shown in this 360 photo with the delicate, characteristic colors of the houses. Still having the structure of an old Ligurian "Borgo", Laigueglia is a small town of the western coast of the Ligurian Sea, "Riviera di Ponente", and it is connected to Alassio, a larger touristic town, via a well arranged, scenic path. As many towns of the Riviera it is characterized by the presence of hills or mountains close to the beach that leave a small space for the town.

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