ITALIAN REGIONS

VALLE D AOSTA Valle d Aosta
Valle d Aosta The Valle d'Aosta is the smallest Italian region. It is also the most
mountain: a broad valley nestled within the heart of the Western Alps, with high mountains, vast glaciers, beautiful landscapes.
 
To the west, bordering with France's Mont Blanc (4,810 m, the highest peak of Europe) and north-east, on the border with Switzerland, there are the Matterhorn (4,478 m) and Mount Rosa (4,633 m) to the south, on the border with Piedmont, the Gran Paradiso (4,061 m), with its famous national park.
Massif du Mont Blanc comes from the river that runs through the valley is Dora Baltea, a tributary of the Po valley on both sides of central opening so many more narrow side valleys, and traversed by rivers brief but rich in water: all, in fact, arise from massive glaciers.
The climate is typical of alpine regions: very cold winter with heavy snow, cool in summer.

CITIES TOWN VILLAGES
HOTSPOTS
FOOD AND BEVERAGE - COUSINE

The Vicotto


Typical and Rare Marche Wines

The "Vicotto" is an ancient beverage,...

The limoncello


Sorrentine liquor

The yellow and wrinkled lemon skin is the...

The "finocchiona"


Typical tuscany sausage

The finocchiona is a typical Tuscan sausage made...
HANDICRAFT - ARTISANSHIP

La grolla valdostana


Typical tuscany sausage

While I looked around information about the...

The sicilian carts


Typical tuscany sausage

The sicilian cart was born in the 18th century...

The accordion of Castelfidardo


Typical tuscany sausage

The Marche and  the Abruzzo have hosted for...
 
 
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