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“… l’Adese sliga el blood. In Ceraìn el sbréga the uniform; el spùa na parolass …

"... l'Adese sliga el blood. In Ceraìn el sbréga the uniform; el spùa na parolass ...

“… the Adese sliga el blood. In Ceraìn el sbréga the uniform; el spùa na word against el Forte de Rivoli tognin, el ghe turn the back, el sbàte away the last lock of the crucarìa. El se cava i scarponi, el core in sata, el respira, el se destira, el se veste de persegàri, l’è maùro, l’è morbinoso, el ga vòia de marry … “(taken from L’Adese by Tolo da Re) I have always loved this bend of our river since I was a child. The last bend before leaving the Valdadige, which had “protected” it up to that moment, and venturing into the plains. Just before arriving at the fort of Monte you can admire it in full, the green water even when it is “en magra” to denote that at that point the water is always deep even if quiet (my uncle told me ” ghe la moia “when he took me fishing). From the photo, however, you can see many interesting things. The beach of Ceraino, the “mountain” Rocca around which the Adige draws its bend. Monte so to speak given its height (only 265 meters) but rich in climbing cliffs. Behind him you can see Monte La Mesa (309 m) on which the Rivoli wind farm stands. On the horizon on the left, behind the blades, you can see a piece of Lake (a pity for the little mist that hides it a bit) while looking to the right we see the “mountain” Pipalo (297 m) on which the wind farm of Affi and further behind, before the unmistakable silhouette of Mount Moscal with its flag (427 m), another “mound” of the Affi plain, Mount Crivellino. Beautiful areas, even if not really “mountains”, to be discovered with nice relaxing and not too demanding walks 😉

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