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Pralormo Castle

A trip to the castle of Pralormo The Castle of Pralormo, located in the province of Turin, dates back to the Middle Ages and was a square fortress surrounded by a moat. Its history is intertwined with the events of the proprietary families over the centuries. It was founded by the Lords of Anterisio, then passed to the Biandrate, imperial feudal lords, and around 1300 it became of the Roero branch of Pralormo which enlarged it with two towers and a large tower.
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For what reasons do not the quails rush and what to do at home

Quail is raised mainly for eggs, which are small but healthy and tasty. Females should lay almost every day, but there are times when egg production stops. There are various reasons for this. Consider why the quails do not rush, the reasons for this phenomenon. How to find out which bird is not flying, how to restore egg production and prevent decline.
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Planting, growing and caring for wisteria in the open field, how to propagate

Wisterias are flowers that are used in landscape gardening compositions. They look spectacular because of the structural features and can decorate any site. The cultivation of wisteria is associated with the observance of the rules of care. In order for wisterias to please with their flowering, it is necessary to choose the right places for their placement, as well as control their growth.
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National Parks

Visiting the National Parks in Italy The protection of the biodiversity oases, that is of the original characteristic of the local characteristic Nature, began in Italy in 1826 in the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, with the creation of a reserve in the woods of Montecalvo, San Vito and Calvi. This resolution represents a natural evolution of past uses, when the forest was the king's privileged hunting ground, in which access or activities other than his were not permitted.
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Abruzzo Lazio Molise Park

General characteristics of the park of Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise The park of Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise covers an area of ​​50 thousand hectares and is characterized by numerous beech forests that occupy two thirds of the entire area. The territory is predominantly mountainous but comes to touch the Val di Comino and the valleys of the Giovenco.
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