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1 Monte Legnone, 2609m
2 Monte Croce di Muggio, 1799m
3 Varenna
4 Castello di Vezio
5 Pizzo Alto, 2512m
6 Sasso di San Defendente, 1321m
7 Fiumelatte
8 Pizzi di Parlasco, 1511m
9 Bellagio
10 Villa Serbelloni
11 Monte Fopp, 1092m
12 Monte Pilastro, 1826m
13 Tre Sassi, 2105m
14 Grigna Settentrionale, 2409m
15 Monte Palagia, 1549m
16 Sasso Cavallo, 1920m
17 Villa Melzi
18 Cima di Pianca, 1354m
19 Grigna Meridionale, 2177m
20 Villa Trivulzio
21 Zucco Pertusio, 1671m
22 Chiesa di San Giovanni

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Location: Villa Carlotta      by: Giuseppe Marzulli
Area: Italy      Date: 2 January 2020
Villa Carlotta is a villa, museum and botanical garden in Tremezzo on Lake Como.
From the villa you can enjoy a beautiful view of the lake.
The villa takes its name from the princess Charlotte von Preußen ("Carlotta di Prussia" in italian).

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Villa_Carlotta

Comments

You got the moment with the best light. The structures of the mountainsides are extremly well visible.
LG Jörg
2020/01/18 11:25 , Jörg Nitz
Only the aperitif and a few olives are missing ... then it would be "heavenly", Giuseppe ;-) !!!

Cheers, Hans-Jörg
2020/01/18 19:35 , Hans-Jörg Bäuerle
Dear Hans-Jörg, there was no time neither for the olives, nor for the aperitif. I was very late. The goal of the day is the church of San Martino and I was at least two hours late, because I had stopped in too many points on the lake to photograph ;-)
The church of San Martino can only be reached on foot with an uphill walk of about an hour. You can see the church in the pano 21185, so you realize ;-)
The effort has yet to begin...
2020/01/18 20:01 , Giuseppe Marzulli
Beautiful, the date reminded me of a January 2, 10 years ago on Lake Maggiore. The weather was similarly fantastic... :-)
2020/01/19 11:17 , Werner Schelberger
I am now convinced (also by another source) that this is the best season for the lakes. Cheers, Martin
2020/01/19 18:26 , Martin Kraus
Dear Martin, as always, it depends on what your goal is. If your goal is to make panoramas, winter is the best season, but if your goal is to swim in the lake, maybe summer is better ;-)
2020/01/19 18:39 , Giuseppe Marzulli
I don't like swimming ;-)
2020/01/19 18:39 , Martin Kraus
It was understood ;-)
I think it is also understood that I don't like swimming either...
2020/01/19 18:42 , Giuseppe Marzulli

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