1.Trapani and Paceco Natural Reserve, salines, salt mills, salt harvest, Sicily, Italy There must be something strangely sacred about the salt. We find it in our tears and in the sea – Kahlil Gibran 2.Vercelli, ricefields in June, little egret, Piedmont, Italy Then, the mirror of the water began to be covered with green, and then again, in the space of a few days or a few weeks, only the rice could be seen. The sea was transformed into […]
© 2021 Valerio Griffa Langhe-Roero vineyard, Unesco Heritage, Piedmont, Italy Everything is here, in the Langhe: the sun, the clouds, the vines, the villages, the rivers, the rhythm of the seasons, the colors, the hands of the people, Cesare Pavese Salento stony landscape, Apulia, Italy Salento is a land of mirages, windy, Guido Piovene
©2020 Valerio Griffa Turin, Intesa Sanpaolo Skyscraper / Torino, Grattacielo di Intesa Sanpaolo, Renzo Piano 2015
©2015 Valerio Griffa Italy, Piedmont, Avigliana Lake, Calm Fall Waters Italia, Piemonte, Lago Grande di Avigliana, Acque autunnali calme Italie, Piémont, Lac de Avigliana, Eaux calmes en autumne Italia, Piemonte, Lago de Avigliana, Aguas calmas de otoño
©2014 Valerio Griffa Staffarda Abbey (1135) is a cistercian monastery near Saluzzo, Piedmont. During European Nine Years War, Louis the Great of France occupied Piedmont when Duke Victor Amadeus of Savoy joined Grand Alliance in opposition to France. The battle took place on 1690, august 18th, around the abbey, and French Army won that combat.
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