The last town up val Leogra still retains many of its traditional forms of forestry and farming, but now it is starting to be exposed to tourism. The Piccolo Dolomiti are just up the road and with on influx of visitors the mountain valley has be impacted. Valli del Pasubio is well know for its mineral water, (rated as some of the cleanest in Italy), it is also known in Italy for the quality of its charcuterie “sopressa”, which is celebrated during a fair in August.
Near Pian delle Fugazze Pass, which marked the border between Italy and Austria, stands a sacrarium containing the remains of those who fell in the battles of WWI.
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