Walkways of the Serre

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Ancient paths constituted by sheep tracks found along the Serra of "Mucurone", near the provincial road of Supersano – Casarano, representing a unique example; places very close to the crypt and sanctuary of the Blessed Virgin of Coelimanna, allowing the visit and rest for who would like to walk...

Ancient paths constituted by sheep tracks found along the Serra of "Mucurone", near the provincial road of Supersano – Casarano, representing a unique example; places very close to the crypt and sanctuary of the Blessed Virgin of Coelimanna, allowing the visit and rest for who would like to walk along ancient itineraries to invigorate themselves in a natural area dedicated to free-time, picnics, sports activities in a healthy wellness context.  The immaterial intervention, with the use of advanced display techniques aimed to facilitate the use of Visitor Centres situated down the walkways, built thanks to the design of informative material with illustrative and exhaustive content that highlights the individual elements that make up the natural park with reference to efforts to respect the environment. 

Latitudine 40° 0'55.94"N
Longitudine 18°13'47.98"E

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