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Consonno, Olginate

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  • Reading the reviews I decided to go to Consonno later, since Sunday, holds open until 19.00. Arrived at one o'clock, I find a type that closes the bar, I do all the way on foot. The location is nice, although it is mostly uphill. Arrived at last in this ghost town, however, I am quite disappointed. Apart from vandalism, it is still quite dirty. There is garbage everywhere.
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  • Saturday afternoon, the setting sun ... two children with stroller bar portarsi...la 1 km from the village was closed ... well good idea visit Consonno? don't we pervinti and we start the descent towards the ghost town ... During the descent through the Woods we met boys who were tired ... got to the village we had a look at everything quickly because I think it is dangerous to make dangerous structures, all very impressive, definitely should be visited after reading and seeing photos of consonno.it site that explain the story. nice experience but not spectacular much to go there on purpose.
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  • We went to this place during a short week end in Milan, in the company of friends who live in Sesto San Giovanni and they had heard of the place. Very beautiful natural landscape in which it is inserted, but the village is not the best. Mostly it comes to facilities a bit manic about the place (there is a minaret with a mega building with Arabic Windows and immediately affianvo a Japanese pagoda that crosses a stream) now destroyed by weather and vandalism. Is a useful place to reflect on the havoc that man with delusions of grandeur is able to do on nature, and the price we pay as the country was destroyed by a landslide created by deforestation of Hill. It would be a very silent place if it were not for the many motocross and motorcycles and quads that constantly whizzing in front of you. Sincerely recommend other destinations, such as Lake Consonno.
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  • To visit, but is a real wilderness. Maybe in the summer is better. I have been in winter and is of an infinite sadness. Though it must be said that those who built consonno was 40 years ahead!
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  • Strange abandoned town, suggest you watch the documentary on his story before you go there. Offers great ideas for particular photos, unique atmosphere.
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  • Strikingly beautiful and fairly complies with rumors about it. Too bad it's in terrible state of advanced decay.
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  • Nice Sunday picnic! The village is connected with two roads, one really disaster zone where there passes a time albeit in both directions, and a second kept fairly well they pass quietly two machines. At the top you will notice right away the only meeting point: a bar run by volunteers and former inhabitants of the country, where you can eat sandwiches and drink coffee at lowest price! From this point you expand the old Toyland: you can visit everything from small apartments, the Tower from the pagoda in what purports to be the restaurant. The silence that accompanies the tour makes it seem all the more adventurous. Pleasant graffiti and anguished sense that leaves you when you think that until a few decades ago, that place left to nature had really lived! Remember that you can only reach it over the weekend as they open the gates of both roads. If you want to get there during the week then armed with booties and patience and climb on foot!
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