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Via San Dalmazio, Arma di Taggia
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  • It is interesting to wander around this ancient street of Taggia, that with the structure of its houses shows the loop back in time. I would recommend you follow it from the Dominican convent until the old church of our Lady of the Reed. old dependence of the Abbey of Pedona in Borgo san Dalmazzo Cuneo. (unfortunately seeds abandoned and that it would behoove restructuring)
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  • The rest of the old town of Taggia, also deserves mention. Well noticed, here the speech of Taggia, in the hinterland of Arma di Taggia is situated, a ghastly seaside town three kilometres further South to the sea. Taggia, on the other hand has a comparatively quiet and pretty attractive Center that further approaching up the Taggia River almost medieval centers of Badalucco and Montalto. Taggia is so well worth a visit, especially for photographers with a taste for detail images. Particularly impressive: the extremely many arches and portals under and between the houses!
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  • Here it comes well into the water and you get a screen placed on full days. The lifeguards do a good job at wave-protected family status. The restaurant offers all kinds of delicious at a fair price. We like to come here for years.
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