Cinque Terre: Manarola dry-stone walls

We climb up towards the magic world of the Cinque Terre dry-stone walls, travelling on a small tottering chair that faces significant inclinations. On the way, we are rewarded by the panorama of Manarola, a meeting between hills and sea! A virtuous circle between agriculture, conservation of the territory, landscape and tourism. Did you know that dry-stone walls in Cinque Terre reach the record figure of 6,700 km? A length equal to the Great Wall of China!
 

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