DIP - Roma – Insugherata d)

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A peculiar coin in the Natural Reserve of the Insugherata (the name derives from sughero, cork), a beautiful quite savage (for being practically into the town) valley along the old via Franchigena, between the quarter of Trionfale and the Cassia, in Rome: A brook which skips among the rocks, by forming a miniature of a cascade, with a  beautiful premature flower in the foreground. Digitally Improved Photo.
A peculiar coin in the Natural Reserve of the Insugherata (the name derives from sughero, cork), a beautiful quite savage (for being practically into the town) valley along the old via Franchigena, between the quarter of Trionfale and the Cassia, in Rome: A brook which skips among the rocks, by forming a miniature of a cascade, with a beautiful premature flower in the foreground. Digitally Improved Photo.
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