We believe that the landscape is important for our well-being: we look for places whose view gives the sense of harmony, vivacity or singularity (and what is harmonious is not hostile, what is lively is cheerful, what is singular prefigure new and therefore interesting things); instead we flee the places whose view gives the sense of disorder, of flatness, of […]
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