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1 Monte Malpertuso, 812m
2 Monte Guaitarola, 754m
3 Chiesa di San Lorenzo
4 Castagnola
5 Costa di Framura
6 Monte Serra, 421m
7 Deiva Marina


Location: Passo del Bracco (near) (615 m)      by: Giuseppe Marzulli
Area: Italy      Date: 9 May 2021

We are in eastern Liguria, whose coastal area in Italy is called the "Riviera di Levante".
The Cinque Terre (Five Lands) not visible, are on the left of the panorama.


Hello Giuseppe
nice to have you here again!!
Everything OK??
Cheers, Danko.
2021/05/11 18:25 , Danko Rihter
Great joy to see you back here, And also great joy to be able to scan the Italian coastline again for delicate patterns. The church in the middle should be in a village of Ca..a, but I did not find its name. The pass behind the church in front of the sea would then be Costa di F.... Your point of view is on Via A..a. Cheers, Martin
2021/05/11 19:46 , Martin Kraus
Thank you very much for your kind comments. Martin, as usual, guessed right.
2021/05/13 18:58 , Giuseppe Marzulli
Great to have you back dear Giuseppe!

Congratulation to Martin. It was absolutely impossible for me to get it solved.

Herzlichst Christoph
2021/05/13 19:56 , Christoph Seger
Thanks Christoph.
2021/05/13 20:21 , Giuseppe Marzulli
I only know Via Aurelia as a straight line from the coastal plain further south. It is really a mountain road up here. Of course it has to pass inland somewhere, as Cinque Terre and the like do not lend themselves to a coastal route.
Cordiali saluti
2021/05/14 10:50 , Klaus Föhl
@Klaus: your comment is very interesting. If you know the conformation of the eastern Liguria coast, you understand that it is very difficult to build a coastal road from Genoa to La Spezia, which historically never existed. The passage between Genoa and Tuscany took place either by sea or, with greater difficulty, through the Bracco Pass. The Passo del Bracco was once very important and takes up the path of the Via Aurelia which was built by the Romans. This stretch of the Via Aurelia was built by the Emperor Augustus and in his time it was called Via Julia Augusta and reached France.
2021/05/14 23:19 , Giuseppe Marzulli
I am happy that you returned. I hope you are able to stay longer now. Once more a nice impression of an italian landscape.
LG Jörg
2021/05/15 12:19 , Jörg Nitz
Thanks Jörg.
2021/05/15 22:07 , Giuseppe Marzulli
It's a great pleasure to see you back with this fine riddle, Giuseppe.

Congrats to Martin ... I kept a quick lookout on google maps above the Cinque Terre villages, shortly after your publication. My intuition led me to the right region of Italy, but I found no direct solution.

Cheers, Hans-Jörg
2021/05/16 20:26 , Hans-Jörg Bäuerle
Thanks Hans-Jörg.
2021/05/17 15:28 , Giuseppe Marzulli

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