Fosdinovo   7190
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1 Forte Castellana
2 Trebiano Magta
3 Golfo di La Spezia
4 Arcola
5 Oratorio dei Bianchi
7 Chiesa di San Remigio
8 Monte Verrugoli, 749m
9 Castello Malaspina
10 Vezzano Ligure


Location: SP 73dir      by: Giuseppe Marzulli
Area: Italy      Date: 18 September 2016

Fosdinovo is an ancient municipality, which has always been the gateway to the historic region of Lunigiana, whose heights dominate the plains of the Val di Magra and Luni. Fosdinovo is not very famous, but I like it much, because it is a bit of a hybrid between a town near the sea and a mountain town.
The undisputed symbol of the town is the beautiful Malaspina Castle, which stands on top of the town.


Glad to see again your marvellous pictures from Italy.
Riddle: I can see industrial buildings in the distance, eventuallly located nearby a lake or even the sea.
2020/06/14 18:47 , Hans-Jürgen Bayer
CDF ... 
I have a break, but I can't resist - sorry, Giuseppe !!! A marvelous place.

Un caro saluto a te, Hans-Jörg
2020/06/14 20:02 , Hans-Jörg Bäuerle
Giuseppe, I am relieved to see new panoramas of you again.
Are the shots of the panorama from now or from before the crisis?
2020/06/14 22:18 , Heinz Höra
Thanks for the comments.
@Heinz: it's a panorama from 2016. During the crisis I didn't take any panorama. I haven't used the camera in 4 months.
2020/06/14 23:30 , Giuseppe Marzulli
Got it as well, made simpler by Hans-Jörg, knowing his preferred areas. One of the churches is devoted to San Remigio. Always challenging in these riddles is the effect of the tele. Cheers, Martin
2020/06/15 19:24 , Martin Kraus
I think everybody missed your riddles. I don't know Italy really well, so I cannot solve it. But I enjoy these really nice impressions of this country. So i am very glad that you are back.
LG Jörg
2020/06/15 20:24 , Jörg Nitz
Giuseppe! Welcome back. I really enjoy your panoramas. Take it easy and take your time! Auguri!
2020/06/16 16:09 , Augustin Werner

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