Italy, Piemonte: The Time Stopped in Tappia

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After enjoying a long pause of slow food in Anzuno,

we hit the road to other villages, starting with Tappia. No need to go to the other side of the world to feel a change of scenery: the ubiquitous mountains (picture 11), beautiful church with baroque details (pictures 1 & 7), abandoned houses worthy of a movie set … And yes, the time stopped in Tappia! 

The verdant dense nature wins on the thick gray stone of the traditional architecture (picture 6, the oldest house in the village). Deserted village with the exception of one family that lives there year-round, producing wine. We hear water trickling, relaxing (pictures 2 & 3). And from Tappia, you can access various walking trails I won’t have the opportunity to discover (pictures 4 & 10)! Already time to leave … To be continued …

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