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Lago Di Paterno, Castel Sant'Angelo

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  • We went to the castle not sure what we would see and to take photos of the Vatican . I was a great castel lot to see and the bridge leading up to it is beautiful!! The climb to the top is about 400 st...  more »
  • Green-blue, rather deep lake at the edge of the village of Castle s.Angelo. No bar, no restaurant - you just sit down in the grass, take off your shoes and contemplate. Perfect even for a short swim (...  more »
  • Paterno, I will not speak only of the Lake, but also of the village you see glancing. The Lake is still nice just because Basic, no trade was born around him and perhaps this is still fascinating. You can find this purity by making a few kilometres towards the town. You won't find anything. And that's why I invite you to visit it. Only houses, even a bar. A beautiful Fountain with fresh water, an old sink and no more. Who knows how many women have broken his back, kinda curves in that freezing water and a little tired, for those deadly climbs. Go see it, do it for your ears and your spirit. So you lived ...
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