The Piccolo San Bernardo pass is a borderland between Italy and France. The hill has been frequented since ancient times, as the numerous archaeological and historical finds that can be found in it still testify. A place where time seems to have stopped, nature is barren but wonderful with pink flowers everywhere, the cows graze in these green meadows in the summer, the clouds chase each other driven by the wind, that wind that seems to accompany every change or passage The landscape is soft and relaxing, the valleys are wide and populated by tourists. Just below the Colle, in...
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