Lake Formation

Lake Como Terrain

Did you know that a large percentage of Italy is mountainous?  Almost 40%, with the Apennine Mountains forming the spine of Italy and the Alps to the north. Lake Como is in the southern sector surrounded by limestone hills, such as the Grigne range while in the northern part
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Lake Formation

The remarkable landscape was formed at the end of the last Ice Age when the Alpine glaciers retreated, leaving deep lake-filled valleys. For over ten thousand years people have been leaving their mark here, from prehistoric rock carvings at Val Camonica to the magnificent 17th
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