The Tuscan-Emilian Apennines separates and unites two often opposing worlds: continental Europe and the Mediterranean.
Climate and culture change from one side to the other, but people’s warmth and truthfulness remain. An infinite ridge,
along which precious jewels, secular forests and places of literature, hermitages and partisan shelters are hidden.
The shapes become more feminine, time slows down and so does the breath of those who walk,
while the eye lingers on the crags of the Corno alle Scale or the barks of the Casentino beech trees.
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