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View from Muncréch - Val Malvaglia
Switzerland

Muncréch (1156 m s.l.m.), italianizzato Montegreco, non è mai stato considerato una vera e propria villa della Valle Malvaglia, trovandosi al suo limite orografico.

Infatti è situato ai piedi dell'omonima cima e sul versante sinistro della Valle di Blenio, che dalla frazione di Malvaglia Chiesa sale a piramide, tracciando il confine fisico con la Val Pontirone.

Pur non essendo geograficamente all'interno della Valle Malvaglia, possiamo considerare Muncréch la sesta villa.

(fonte: http://www.montegreco.ch, consultato il 9.8.2012)

Copyright: Aurelio Ferrari
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 11764x5882
Taken: 05/09/2012
Uploaded: 07/09/2012
Updated: 23/07/2014
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