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Dolceacqua, Italian Riviera
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  • The symbol of the typical medieval village of Dolceacqua is the roman bridge with an arch of the 15th century, a range of 33metres, it spans the Nervia torrent, it is famous by the paintings of Claude Monet in 1884, it is located at the foot of the Doria Castle of the 13th, the old town is on this side, alleys leading up to the Summit are Ligurian style , across the bridge the modern city called Borgo up the Valley, on the square, restaurants offer local cuisine. The postcard of Dolceacqua: the bridge, the Castle and the old village. The commune produces a red wine, Rossese di Dolceacqua.
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  • Third stage after Triora and Apricale. The ancient village is in stark contrast with the modern part, which fortunately a bridge () is a river in the border. The old town is well worth a visit. Characteristic narrow streets and passages of yesteryear. Even the Backstreets pretty well kept and enlightened. The best route is one that goes to the Doria Castle overlooking the Valley. Attention just watching it from the outside as the inside isn't worth the ticket money. Inside there is absolutely nothing interesting to see if the remains of load-bearing walls.
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  • Italy is chock-a-block with interesting places to visit; the state of Liguria itself has more than you can count. But Dolceacqua is worth including on anyone's list of places to visit, if you have the...  more »