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Between 1943 and 1945 the western shore of Lake Garda became the nerve center of the Italian Social Republic. Hundreds of homes, villas, hotels and public buildings were requisitioned and transformed into the offices and headquarters of the new...
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Even Lake Garda has a "mythological being”: “Il Carpione”.  It is smaller than Nessie, but is none-the-less shrouded in an aura of mystery. Renowned and unique, it only lives in the deep, clear waters of Lake Garda. It is...
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Gargnano is one of the nine municipalities belonging to the Alto Garda Bresciano Park, which was established with the regional law n. 58 of 15 September 1989. The park occupies an area of approximately 38,000 hectares and includes the municipalities...
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The Municipality of Gargnano occupies a vast area of 78 square kilometers, which includes  its capital and 12 hamlets. Its extends from the coast on the lake to the mountains and into its vast hinterlands, which include hiking trails that lead...
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One of the most tragic yet fascinating stories from the area is about the Bandit Zanzanù.  It has been passed down as a legend and details one of the most infamous outlaws of the Serenissima Venetian Republic. Zanzanù, whose real...
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The Gargnano landscape is characterized by its traditional citrus farms, introduced in the thirteenth century Franciscan friars. Citrus cultivation favors warm climates; Lake Garda’s natural Mediterranean-like conditions allows for the...
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The well-known English author David Herbert Lawrence and his partner Frieda Weekley von Richtofen stayed in Gargnano between September 1912 and the spring of 1913. During his stay in Gargano, Lawrence was fascinated by the local culture and the...