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The Suspension Bridge in San Marcello Pistoiese

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The longest suspension bridge in Italy is found in San Marcello Pistoiese. The Bridge of the Ironworks, or suspended, is a pedestrian walkway of almost 300 meters that connects the two sides of Lima, Mammiano Basso and Popiglio. This bridge was inaugurated in 1923, for practical reasons; thanks to the bridge the workers from Popiglio […]

The Brittle of Fiumalbo

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An ancient and beloved recipe that is still handed down today. The Brittle of Fiumalbo (or Frignano) is a sweet treat typical of the mountain area of Modena where, even today, it is produced. Its recipe is protected by the “Traditions and flavors of Modena” brand and it has been known since the 1700s, since […]

The Ski Areas Of Abetone, Cutigliano And Cimone.

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The Abetone ski area is located in the territory of the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines; It is divided into three zones for a total of 50 km of slopes dedicated to downhill skiing and 18km for Nordic skiing. Also equipped with an artificial snowmaking system so as to guarantee the perfect snow cover even in bad weather. […]

Trips on the lakes: Lake Baccio

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One of the easiest places to reach but full of charm. A mountain lake with turquoise waters near the forest. Lake Baccio is among the largest lakes in the province of Modena. It is located in a valley known above all for the numerous archaeological finds found in the area, also due to the presence […]

Suspended Bridge in San Marcello Pistoiese

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The longest suspension bridge in Italy is located in San Marcello Pistoiese. The bridge of the ironworks, or suspended, is a pedestrian walkway of almost 300 meters that connects the two sides of Lima, Mammiano Basso and Popiglio. This bridge was built in 1923, for practical reasons; it was used to facilitate the workers of […]

Excursion on the Libro Aperto

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The Libro Aperto is a mountain group formed by two peaks; Mount Rotondo and Mount Belvedere. The name of this mountain is due to the fact that seen from the valley of Lima it looks like an open book. it is very well known both for its characteristic shape and for its proximity to Abetone. […]

Trekking on Monte Gomito

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The Monte Gomito is known mainly by all lovers of skiing but is also suitable for trekking. Monte Gomito is formed by four distinct peaks, three seen from above, forming a triangle and the fourth is more or less in the middle of the geometric figure. The peaks can be reached, as well as with […]

Fiumalbo

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Fiumalbo is a small village in the province of Modena, on the border with Tuscany, also referred to as “city of art” for its artistic and architectural beauty. The valley in which this medieval village is located is very wide and full of places to visit; Monte Cimone to the east, immediately next to the […]

Trips on the lakes: the Black Lake

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The Black Lake is one of the jewels of the Pistoiese mountains, located at 1730 meters of height. The name was given to him for the very dark reflections, in its waters, of the mountains that surround it. This lake is placed in a ‘basin’ where before there was a glacier; and is surrounded by […]

The Abetone forest botanical garden

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The Abetone forest botanical garden will give you the chance to get to know all the natural environments present in the high Tuscan Emilian Apennines without having to walk kilometers and kilometers. In fact, this small botanical garden, conceived in the ’80s, aims to preserve and make known the different characteristic and rare environments that […]