Traveling more and more difficult, almost impossible. Restrictions due to the pandemic still prevent us from planning our travels. Not only abroad, unfortunately. Yet after the lockdown last spring, in the summer months, we discovered how beautiful the country we live in is. How many opportunities does it offer and not only in terms of landscape. The need, for safety, to move within our territory will become increasingly stringent. It will be inevitable. And in the absence of planes, the car will increasingly confirm itself as the indispensable means of achieving the goals we have set ourselves. Even the most remote ones, like the many you will find on Corriere Motori, free attachment today to Corriere della Sera.
All along our magnificent Apennines: 1,500 kilometers of woods, villages, rivers, lakes … An all too forgotten paradise, but which constitutes a priceless heritage for Italy. There are those who love it so much, the Apennines. They are those who inhabit it. By making great sacrifices: fighting against depopulation, the abandonment of commercial activities and the countryside, the lack of networks, wild reforestation and agriculture that is worth less and less on the economic scale. But the attempts to relaunch the potential of these territories are many and virtuous. And they have a common denominator: sustainability. We went to see these people. We did it on tiptoe. Using only low-polluting cars, in some cases polluting at all. We have discovered an ancient world, firmly anchored to its traditions, which strives with creativity and commitment not to disappear. And it must undoubtedly be supported. Beloved.
November 8, 2020 (change November 8, 2020 | 23:57)
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