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Documentation center of Viverone Lake

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In 2011 UNESCO added 111 prehistoric pile dweller villages of the Alps in the “World Heritage Sites list”. The village Vi1-Viverone Emissary is into this prestigious list and is one of the most important of the entire Alpine region. This settling, formed by thousands of poles and with an estimated population of hundreds of people, can surely be considered as a big city of the II Millenium B.C. The Documentation center explains the history of this archeological site dated 1450 B.C and keeps some significant remains from the lake beds.

Location: Viverone (Viverone, Serra and Bessa)

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