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View from Dagro
Switzerland

Dagro, situato su un terrazzo sopra Malvaglia a 1413 m.s.sopra, un tempo era abitato tutto l'anno, è una delle "ville" della Val Malvaglia.

Vi si gode una vista stupenda su una buona parte della Valle di Blenio.

Le antiche abitazioni sono praticamente tutte riattate mantendendo lo stile e il fascino dei tempi trascorsi.

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Uploaded: 12/08/2012
Updated: 23/07/2014
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