Sentieri di Roma

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Autore: Ardito S.
Editore: ITER
38 walks in the nature and history of Rome.

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Year: 2005 Format: 11x21 Pages: 144 Photos: with 38 walks in nature and history. Welcome to the Capital of Green. Even if those who struggle every day in traffic may have some difficulty understanding it, Rome today offers its residents and visitors an extraordinary amount of nature. Putting together the historic villas and smaller gardens, the vast agricultural areas, the beaches, the riverbeds of the Tiber and the Aniene, the Presidential Estate of Castel Porziano and the eighteen parks, reserves and natural monuments established around the city, the capital today boasts 88,000 hectares of protected greenery, equal to 67% of the municipal area. The 38 itineraries in this guide include short walks for everyone and longer walks that require solid shoes and a minimum of physical training, within protected areas, historic villas and the archaeological heart of the city. The guide, illustrated by 91 color photos and 20 maps, is aimed at the citizens of Rome, those who live in the surrounding municipalities, visitors and tourists arriving from the rest of Italy. Exploring the history and nature of Rome on foot is a different way, both surprising and healthy, to discover one of the most beautiful and most talked about cities in the world. Only those who know nature can make their contribution to protecting it. True for the great national parks of the world, this maxim also applies to the green areas of Rome. The volume is for convenience divided into three sections: the centre, the historic villas and the Tiber, the parks and nature reserves, the coast.
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Product code UM136
Author Ardito S.
Publisher ITER
States Italy
Regions Italy Lazio
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