Val Trebbia, 29026 Ottone PC, Italy
About Val Trebbia
The Trebbia valley is a valley of the Ligurian Apennines formed by the homonymous river, a right tributary of the Po river, which originates at the foot of Mount Prelà, in the metropolitan city of Genoa, and then flows between the provinces of Pavia, limited to a short distance, and Piacenza. It is formed by the homonymous river that springs from Mount Prelà, about 800 m above sea level, in the municipality of Torriglia. The head of the valley is located near Torriglia.
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The upstream Antola is the best known and most popular peak of the Monte Antola group and probably of the Ligurian mountain range. Located between the Scrivia Valley, the Trebbia valley, and the Borbera Valley, it is known for its blooms. From its top, easily accessible, you can enjoy a vast panorama.
The Antola Regional Nature Park is a protected natural area located in Liguria and precisely between the Genoese hinterland and the Ligurian Apennines proper. The territory is entirely located in the metropolitan city of Genoa and borders to the north with the province of Alessandria and to the east with the province of Piacenza; it is also easily accessible from the province of Pavia.
The basilica sanctuary of Nostra Signora di Montallegro is a Catholic place of worship located in the hamlet of Montallegro in the municipality of Rapallo, in the metropolitan city of Genoa. The building is located on a hill about 612 m asl. Considered one of the main Marian sanctuaries of the Genoese metropolitan territory and of Liguria, it was built by the Rapallo population between 1557 and 1558, together with the annexed shelter for pilgrims, after the apparition of the Virgin Mary on 2 Ju
The castle of Punta Pagana is located in the extreme point of the same name inside the private park of Villa Spinola, the latter residence of the Grand Master of the Order of Malta since 1959. The ancient seventeenth-century fortress is located in the administrative territory of Rapallo, west of San Michele di Pagana, along the geographical border with Santa Margherita Ligure.
Villa Durazzo Pallavicini is a historic noble residence located in the municipality of Genoa. It is located in Pegli, a residential area in the west of the city. The complex, now owned by the municipality of Genoa, consists of a building, home to the Ligurian archeology museum, a park of almost 9 ha among the largest historical gardens in Europe, and a botanical garden named after the noblewoman Clelia Durazzo. The entrance is located next to the Genova-Pegli railway station.
The Trebbia valley is a valley of the Ligurian Apennines formed by the homonymous river, a right tributary of the Po river, which originates at the foot of Mount Prelà, in the metropolitan city of Genoa, and then flows between the provinces of Pavia, limited to a short distance, and Piacenza. The Trebbia valley is formed by the homonymous river that springs from Mount Prelà, about 800 m above sea level, in the municipality of Torriglia. The head of the valley is located near Torriglia.
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