lunedì 2 settembre 2019

Historical routes in Garfagnana


Monte Argegna
A mountain variant of the Via Francigena, it diverges from it in Pontremoli in Lunigiana, to enter Garfagnana valley at Passo di Tea.
The final destination is the Cathedral of San Martino in Lucca, where it is possible to admire the Face of Christ, a wooden crucifix at the center of widespread veneration throughout Europe since the Middle Ages. Nine days of walking, through villages, parish churches, bridges, castles, medieval hospices, immersed in a luxuriant and unique landscape.


San Pellegrino in Alpe
A 284 km itinerary that crosses the territory of 3 regions in 11 stages. A journey to discover the territories of Matilde di Canossa that connects Mantova, Reggio Emilia and Lucca, passing through the heart of the Po Valley and the National Park of the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines. It enters Tuscany in San Pellegrino in Alpe and at the height of Castelnuovo di Garfagnana it joins with the Via del Volto Santo up to Lucca


La Via Vandelli
The Via Vandelli, a ducal street from the 1700s, was built by Francesco III d’Este as a wedding gift for his son Ercole with Maria Teresa Cybo-Malaspina. It takes its name from the architect who designed the work; today it is a great hiking route, which, in 5 stages, connects Modena with Massa crossing the Garfagnana valley from San Pellegrino in Alpe to Passo della Tambura.

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