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Val Fiorentina, Selva di Cadore
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  • This beautiful Dolomite valley, although somewhat gloomy in the first section rising from Caprile. From Selva di Cadore exposes all its beauty until the cylinder head at the base of the incumbent Pelmo. Some stop for breath on the dolomite massifs known Marmolada, Civetta and Pelmo. Meadows and Woods very well cared for. Absolutely worth visiting.
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  • As every year we returned to this valley of indescribable beauty, discovering new paths, yet despite the many lovely paths and tabià already scattered among pastures and peaks. But why this magnificent Valley survives in his enchantment you must protect it very seriously from the environmental point of view, starting with the safeguarding of fundamental hydrological role, whose torrent and senseless and constant climate is seriously threatened by proliferation of ECUs, in concession to private individuals and other collectings, which now unfortunately are altering its largest tributary Rio Chan. Val Fiorentina tourist has immense potential and not. To develop them and continue to have is essential to protect it with perseverance and determination.
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  • When I think of the Dolomites I think of this Valley, surrounded by Monte Pelmo, Civetta Passo Giau, Falzarego and lots and lots of greenery! I go there in the summer for many years and I still haven't tired of divine corners and new landscapes.
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