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Val Saisera - Valbruna
Italy

La Val Saisera, situata in comune di Malborghetto Valbruna, è attraversata dal torrente Saisera in direzione nord - sud, ed è dominata dalle imponenti vette del Jôf Fuart (2.666 m) e del Jôf di Montasio (2.754 m). La valle è profonda pochi chilometri, e le acque del suo torrente si gettano in quelle del fiume Fella; proprio alla confluenza tra la Val Saisera e la Val Canale sorge il paese di Valbruna.

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Uploaded: 07/01/2012
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