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1 L'Albaron, 3640m
2 Pontestura
3 Castello di Camino)
4 Gran Paradiso, 4061m
5 Bec Renon, 2266m
6 Grand Combin de Grafeneire, 4314m
7 Becca de Luseney, 3504m
8 MONTE ROSA
9 Weissmies, 4023m
10 Monte Barone, 2044m
11 Monte Leone, 3553m

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Location: Vialarda (Casale Monferrato)      by: Giuseppe Marzulli
Area: Italy      Date: 20 May 2017
SOLVED RIDDLE.

Monferrato is a historical-geographical region of Piedmont.
Its territory, almost exclusively of hilly nature, stretches southwards starting from the right bank of the Po until it reaches the feet of the Ligurian Apennines.
It is famous for its wines (Barbera, Dolcetto, Grignolino and others). In Italy it is also known for a strong literary tradition.
For example, Umberto Eco, the author of "Il nome della Rosa" ("Der Name der Rose") was born in Monferrato. But I don't know if the book is known in Germany.
https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Der_Name_der_Rose

Comments

Très bien.
I recognize Grand Combin, Monte Barone and the Monte Leone.
There is a pano from 17 May 2017 and this is a little bit in
directione SW.
2019/03/29 16:27 , Günter Diez
Très bien.
2019/03/29 20:34 , Giuseppe Marzulli
Great point of view and nice, strong colours of a late spring. May be you can visit this point once more when the Alps can be seen completely.
LG Jörg
2019/03/31 14:46 , Jörg Nitz
Nice pano, as always. Yes, Umberto Eco and particularly the mentioned book are well-known in Germany. Cheers, Martin
2019/03/31 20:09 , Martin Kraus

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