Wild and mazy, the “rocche” are the most typical natural feature of Roero, and go all through the area, like a deep wound in the ground.
Created by an interesting erosion phenomenon, the rocche are like an open book about the geological history of Roero: a true eden for paleonthologists, bothanics and life scientists.
Nude sheer sides, sand aiguilles and pinnacles in all kinds of ocre colour come unexpectedly out of the dark green of the rich and shady trees.
For info and trekking: www.ecomuseodellerocche.it
“Sereno Variabile”, 2007
“Buongiorno Regione” Rai, 2008
The parish church of San Giovanni Battista
Via Evaldo Cassinelli, 1 12050 Castagnito
The church of Santa Chiara
Chiesa Santa Chiara, Via Barbacana, Bra, CN, Italia
The church of saint Augustine
Via Cavour, Pocapaglia, CN, Italia
The church of San Bernardino
Via Roma, 20, 12043 Canale CN, Italia
By bicycle from Monticello to Bra
Monticello d'Alba, CN, Italia
MuBATT Museum of the Battle
Piazza Vittorio Emanuele, II, 2, 12040 Ceresole Alba CN
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