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Cycle Route Sanremo - Locarno

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Elevation profile Cycle Route Sanremo - Locarno

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Total distance in km

517

Cumulative elevation gain in m

10.021

Avg. slope uphill in %

1,94

Cumulative elevation loss in m

9.838

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Track points in total

7.624

Track points per km (avg)

15

Start/endpoint

Start location

Ospedaletti, Liguria, IT (22 m NHN)

End location

Muralto, Tessin, CH (205 m NHN)

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Travel reports about cycle tours

 

04 Jun 2016

43 km

A stage of the tour »Locarno - Imperia« of user ihmuc

 

03 Jun 2016

54 km

A stage of the tour »Locarno - Imperia« of user ihmuc

 

02 Jun 2016

58 km

A stage of the tour »Locarno - Imperia« of user ihmuc

 

31 May 2016

56 km

A stage of the tour »Locarno - Imperia« of user ihmuc

 

30 May 2016

53 km

A stage of the tour »Locarno - Imperia« of user ihmuc

 

29 May 2016

96 km

A stage of the tour »Locarno - Imperia« of user ihmuc

 

28 May 2016

69 km

A stage of the tour »Locarno - Imperia« of user ihmuc

 

27 May 2016

49 km

A stage of the tour »Locarno - Imperia« of user ihmuc

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3,9 km
55 m

IT-18012 Bordighera

 

Old town

Centro storico di Bordighera
Chiesa di SantʹAmpelio a Bordighera
Centro storico di Bordighera
Centro storico di Bordighera

Bordighera ist ein Ferien- und Badeort mit 10.498 Einwohnern (Stand 2013) in der Provinz Imperia.

Sehenswürdigkeiten

In der malerischen Altstadt sind vor allem die drei Stadttore – im Süden die Porta del Capo (17. Jahrhundert), im Osten die Porta della Maddalena (Umbau 1780) und im Westen die Porta Sottana (15. Jahrhundert) - und Reste der Stadtmauer sehenswert. Durch verwinkelte Gassen erreicht man die Piazza del Popolo mit der Pfarrkirche Santa Maria Maddalena (von 1617, umgebaut 1886). Erwähnenswert ist noch das Rathaus, welches Charles Garnier 1870 in einem dem Barock ähnlichen Stil erbaut hat. Am Capo San Ampelio, am östlichen Ortseingang unterhalb der Altstadt, erinnert eine kleine Kapelle an den Heiligen Ampelio - den Einsiedler, der den Samen der Dattelpalme aus Ägypten hierher gebracht haben soll.

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28 km
0,2 km
47 m

IT-18100 Imperia

 

Old town

Porto Maurizio
Basilica di San Maurizio al Parrasio
Panorama del Parrasio dalla cupola del Duomo, Porto Maurizio
La Crociera, il crocevia principale di Porto Maurizio

Porto Maurizio is section of Imperia, a coastal city and comune in the region of Liguria, Italy. Mussolini created the city of Imperia  1923 by combining Porto Maurizio and Oneglia and the surrounding village communes of Piani, Caramagna Ligure, Castelvecchio di Santa Maria Maggiore, Borgo Sant'Agata, Costa d'Oneglia, Poggi, Torrazza, Moltedo and Montegrazie.

Notable sights

  • Old Town, called Parasio.
  • The classical Cathedral of San Maurizio, built between 1781 and 1832 by Gaetano Cantoni, is the largest church in Liguria. (www.parrocchiasanmaurizio.it)
  • Convent of Santa Chiara. First established in 1365, the existing structure dates from 1741.
  • There is a small Naval Museum in the town.

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109 km
1,0 km
614 m

 

Foresteria
IT-12075 Garessio-Cuneo

 

Private/B&B

 

187 km
0,3 km
291 m

IT-12062 Cherasco

 

Old town

Arco di Belvedere, Cherasco
Cherasco
Cherasco, torre civica
Cherasco, municipio e piazza antistante

Cherasco (piemontesisch Cherasch) ist eine Gemeinde mit 8974 Einwohnern (Stand 2013) in der italienischen Provinz Cuneo (CN), Region Piemont. In Cherasco werden Reben für den Dolcetto d’Alba, einen Rotwein mit DOC-Status angebaut.

Sehenswürdigkeiten

Cherasko ist eine ehemalige mittelalterliche Festungsstadt mit schachbrettartigem Straßengrundriss. Der Ort liegt malerisch auf einer Bergterrasse.

Schlösser
  • das Schloss der Visconti aus dem 14. Jahrhundert
Kirchen
  • die Kirche des Heiligen Augustin
  • die Kirche des Heiligen Petrus aus dem 12. Jahrhundert - 13. Jahrhundert
  • die Kirche des Heiligen Martin aus dem 13. Jahrhundert - 14. Jahrhundert
  • der Wallfahrtsort der Madonna del Popolo (Hl. Mutter Gottes des Volkes)
Museen
  • das Museo Civico (Stadtmuseum) „Giovanni Battista Adriani“
Palazzo Salmatoris

Der Palazzo befindet sich im Stadtzentrum und erhält seinen Namen seitens des vor Ort ansässigen adeligen Giovanni di Audino Salmatoris, welcher ihn im Jahr 1620 errichten ließ. Er wird auch "Friedenspalast" (Palazzo della Pace) genannt, da er Zeuge vieler geschichtlicher Ereignisse der Stadt war; darunter sind die Aufbewahrung des Turiner Grabtuchs im Jahr 1706 und die Unterzeichnung des Waffenstillstands zwischen Napoleon und dem sabaudischen Reich im Jahr 1796 zu nennen. Bereits in den vergangenen Jahrhunderten wurde es einer Reihe von Restaurierungsmaßnahmen unterzogen und heute ist es ein wichtiges Kulturzentrum, welches internationale Kunstausstellungen beherbergt.

Synagoge

Die Synagoge wurde im 18. Jahrhundert innerhalb des alten Ghettos der Stadt (welches 1725 gebildet und von Carl Albert im Jahr 1848 abgeschafft wurde) erbaut. Es ist ein Zeugnis, dass die hebräische Kultur vorhanden war, welche auf eine noch frühere Zeit zurückgeht. Es besteht aus einem kleinen, viereckigen Saal, mit Wänden, die mit hebräischen Inschriften und geschnitzten Möbeln dekoriert sind.

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Seite „Cherasco“. In: Wikipedia, Die freie Enzyklopädie. Bearbeitungsstand: 2. Mai 2014, 15:02 UTC. URL: http://de.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Cherasco&oldid=130038031 (Abgerufen: 8. Dezember 2014, 13:17 UTC)

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247 km
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132 m

IT-14100 Asti

 

Old town

Asti, Torre Troyana
Asti, Duomo
Asti, Collegiata di San Secondo e Palazzo del Comune
Asti: Piazza Roma

Asti is a city and comune of about 75,000 inhabitants located in the Piedmont region of northwestern Italy, in the plain of the Tanaro River.

Main sights

Some sections of the ancient city walls remain on the north side of the city and in the late 20th-century building work uncovered a section of Roman wall in the center of the city.

The area to the NW of the city, between the centre and the Cathedral, is very rich in medieval palaces and merchants houses, many with monumental towers. Asti was known as the city of 100 towers (although there were 120 in total) of which several still remain today within the old city walls. The most known are the Tower of the Comentini (13th century), the octagonal Torre de Regibus and Torre Troyana (13th century), as well as the ancient Rossa di San Secondo, built during the reign of the Roman Emperor Augustus.

Asti is the home to several old churches. These include:

  • the great Cattedrale di Santa Maria Assunta (built in the 13th century over another Cathedral), one of the biggest in Piedmont, in Romanesque-Gothic style. The monumental belfry is from 1266. the façade is characterized by three portals, each surmounted by a big rose-window. The interior, with a nave and two aisles, houses a wide cycle of 18th-century frescoes, some altarpieces by Gandolfino d'Asti and precious silver artworks from the 15th-16th centuries. The presbytery has a noteworthy mosaic floor, from the pre-existing church. next to the last pilasters of the nave are two 14th century artworks, the funerary seal of bishop Baldracco Malabaila and the equestrian portrait of Arricino Moneta.
  • the Collegiata di San Secondo (13th century) in the old medieval centre next to the Palazzo Civico. Its name refers to Secundus of Asti, the city's patron saint. The crypt is from the 6th century. The façade has three notable Gothic portals, while the interior houses a polyptych by Gandolfino d'Asti and other works.
  • Santa Maria Nuova (11th century).
  • San Martino, first mentioned in 886. The old Gothic edifice was dismantled in 1696 and rebuilt along Baroque lines in 1736.
  • Sant'Anastasio (8th-12th century), whose museum has some antique capitals and sculptures.
  • the Baroque church of St. Catherine.
  • the Baptistery of St. Peter (12th century) is the most important building from the High Middle Ages in the city. It has octagonal plan with a wide dome.
  • San Pietro in Consavia (15th century), with elegant external decorations. It the seat of the Archaeological Museum, with Roman and Egyptian works.

There is a Synagogue and a museum depicting the history of Asti's Jewish community whose presence is documented since 812.

Medieval City, the central part of Asti still comprises narrow paved streets, ancient buildings, towers palaces and churches, with many parts of the old wall still intact. Great for wandering around.

  • Torre Troyana (Trojan Tower) Piazza Medici 13th C. Asti was known as the “city of 100 towers” – in fact there were 120 of these fortified family bolt-holes, of which about 12 still survive. This tower is open to visitors on weekends to walk up the summit.
  • Torre Rossa (Romano), end of C.Alfieri. Oldest surviving tower dating back to roman era (1st C) formerly part of the old gate
  • Palazzo Civico, Piazza San Secondo.. An old palace, used as the mayors office and other Asti commune offices. Visitors allowed on the first floor halls. 
  • Historical Archives, Palazzo Mazzola, Via Cardinal Massaia, opposite Cathedral. Houses a large collection of historical documents and maps, including a room dedicated to Palio di Asti. Open weekdays in normal hours, €2.50 admission.
  • Teatro Alfieri, Asti’s theatre, built in 1860, resembles an opera house and was recently renovated. Often if someone is there they will let you wander around.

Museums

  • Museum and Crypt of Sant’Anastasio, 365 Cso Alfieri, 8th C . Mondays closed admission €2.50
  • Bapistry di San Pietro, Cso Alfieri /Pzz. 1 Maggio, Romanesque church and museum complex (Paleantological and Archeological) built 12th C modeled on Church of Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem, with cloisters, tower and pilgrims hospice. Closed Monday, admission €2.50
  • Synagogue and Jewish museum. Via Ottolenghi 8, Visit by appointment only. 
  • Scassa Tapestry Workshop and museum. Scassa specializes in making tapestries based on famous paintings.Visits are free by appointment.

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Wikipedia contributors, 'Asti', Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, 20 October 2014, 22:53 UTC, <http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Asti&oldid=630438703> [accessed 8 December 2014]

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