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Casinò of Sanremo

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The Casinò of Sanremo, inaugurated on 14th January 1905, has been projected with elegant shapes by the French architect Eugenio Ferret. The building, with strong Liberty descriptions inserted in the French eclecticism and new-Baroque decorations, is certainly the most important monument of Belle Epoque in Sanremo.

Festival Alpi del Mare, Sanremo (IM)

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Come back from Friday 3rd December at Palafiori in Sanremo the Festival dei Sapori delle Alpi del Mare (Flavours of Alps), food&wine initiative dedicated to the best dishes “Made in Limonte”, with exclusive handicrafts.


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According to tradition, this fishing town situated between Capo Nero and Capo Sant’Ampelio takes its name from the hospice founded for pilgrims in the fourteenth century by the Knights of Saint John of Jerusalem.


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The ancient town known as Tabia on the “Tavia fluvius” was an important Roman centre. The Lombard invasion in 641 forced its inhabitants to flee inland, where the Benedictines introduced olive cultivation and the mediaeval town developed.


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Situated in the Steria Valley, Cervo is one of the most charming places on the Ligurian coast. Stone fragments found near the church of San Nicola confirm that the town is of Roman origin.

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