Town

Albonese

It is situated in the northern Lomellina.

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Arnad

Arnad is located by the riversides of the Dora Baltea and probably it was already inhabited during the Roman period. 

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Bard

Bard is one of the best preserved villages of the Aosta Valley.

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Belgioioso

The village has been founded during the 14th century and it has developed around the castle.

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Bollengo

The territory of Bollengo is partly on hill and partly on a plain.

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Borgofranco d'Ivrea

The Commune is part of the Comunità Montana Dora Baltea Canavesana.

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Burolo

Burolo is located 50 km from Turin.

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Busseto

Busseto a town in the plain of Parma is mainly famous for being the birthplace of the writer Giovannino Guareschi.

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Cadeo

Cadeo is a small town in the province of Piacenza, situated between Pontenure and Fiorenzuola d’Arda.

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Campagnano

Campagnano di Roma is a town in the province of Rome, which is 33 Km far from the capital of Italy.

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Capannori

Capannori, in the heart of Tuscany, is considered as one of the biggest rural towns in Italy.

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Carbonara al Ticino

More hypothesis about the etymology of the name exist.

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Carema

Carema is situated in a borderland; the local wine’s production is really known.

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Carrara

Carrara is a town of North Western Tuscany which spreads from the Ligurian Sea to the Apuan Alps.

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Colle Val d'Elsa

Colle Val d'Elsa is situated in the heart of Tuscany, near Siena, Florence and Volterra.

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Donnas

The area of Donnas covers the two sides of Dora Baltea. Via delle Gallie is an example of Roman age.

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Formello

Formello is a municipality in the province of Rome, is situated South West of Monti Sabatini, within the regional park of Veio.

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Garlasco

Garlasco is situated among the ricefields of the Lomellina; the etymology of the name is uncertain.

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Gropello Cairoli

The village has developed along the central road, which has Medieval origins.

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Grotte di Castro

Grotte di Castro is a village of Etruscan origin located in an area called Alto Viterbese; it boasts the necropolis of Pianezze.

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