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Sul fiume Trebbia, Ponte Barberino (Piacenza)

In a narrow valley near Rivergaro you can find this simple piece of paradise. The sun hits strong and nothing is better than going for a dip in this calm, clear river.


The place is less than one hour from Piacenza, in north Italy.

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Copyright: Alberto Gianera
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送信日: 05/08/2011
更新日: 08/08/2011
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Tags: river; mountains; piacenza; italy; nature; rock; bridge; sun
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