In the village of Roccacaramanico, in Abruzzo, there is a message on a sign, engraved in the wood: “The country is small, the car pollutes, if you want to visit it, get off and walk”. It is a message that invites us to respect the small villages where life still flows slowly and according to rhythms very distant from those of the big cities and this is precisely what visitors who arrive in Roccacaramanico, a very small village in the Abruzzo mountains, (also known for the ‘little church that smiles‘) seek and appreciate. Photo by Emanuela Messina. Join Viaggiando Abruzzo (official group) to see more photos and to send yours.
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