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Villages in Liguria in the province of Imperia

Apricale
Apricale
Apricale is a medieval village perched in the Ligurian hinterland, in Val Nervia.
Imperia, Liguria
Bussana Vecchia
Bussana Vecchia
Bussana Vecchia, a hamlet of the Municipality of Sanremo, is the artists' village and ghost town, born on the ruins of a town that was hit by the 1887 earthquake
Imperia, Liguria
Cervo
Cervo
The village of Cervo, in the province of Imperia, preserves its medieval village structure intact, protected by towers and walls of the 16th century
Imperia, Liguria
Dolceacqua
Dolceacqua
Dolceacqua, a typical medieval village, is dominated by the Doria Castle, which together with the bridge was the subject of the paintings of the painter Monet
Imperia, Liguria
Dolcedo
Dolcedo
Dolcedo is a medieval village consisting of eight villages, each with its own ancient history: in the middle of the stream and five bridges to join the different hamlets, including the beautiful Ponte Grande.
Imperia, Liguria
Perinaldo
Perinaldo
The medieval village of Perinaldo was built on the ruins of an ancient "castelliere", and its splendid hilly position equidistant from the sea and the mountains offers a very mild climate ideal for holidays and vacations.
Imperia, Liguria
Pigna
Pigna
At the foot of the Regional Natural Park of the Ligurian Alps stands the village of Pigna which presents itself with narrow narrow streets in live stone topped by arches between one house and another; climbs to be covered on foot and stairs that lead to t
Imperia, Liguria
Seborga
Seborga
Became Principality in 1079, Seborga is a small village located in the Ligurian hinterland, between the municipalities of Ospedaletti and Bordighera.
Imperia, Liguria
Triora
Triora
Triora is a beautiful medieval village perched in the beautiful Argentina Valley. It owes its name to "Tria-Ora" (three mouths) indicating the three main products of the place (wheat, vine and chestnut).
Imperia, Liguria
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