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Boden Square (Alt. 500 mt. m.s.l.) - Ornavasso - Italy
Piedmont
An ancient Walser settlement gave the German name to this site and to other pastures located on this mountain. Here you can admire, among other things, the Shrine Of The Madonna del Boden, built in 1743
Copyright: Davide Pizzigoni
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Uploaded: 22/03/2014
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Tags: church; square; restaurant; ill; houses; shrine; ornavasso; italia; piemonte; ossola
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