Carrara, a town surrounded by 4 natural parks
Our schoolmates in our classroom
A beautiful view of CarraraCarrara finds itself between mountains and sea
Geographical mapCarrara finds itself at the borders of three italian regions:Tuscany Liguria and Emilia
The four parks that surround CarraraAlpi Apuane’s Park                        Cinque TerreOrecchiella’s Park              ...
The Alpi Apuane‟s  natural parkThree aspects seen from Campocecina, notfar from our town
Enviroment and work :a difficult relationship                                                Men at work in a marble quarr...
Nature in Alpi Apuane : flowersCentaurea Montis Borlae, that can only be found   Orchidea, one of the most beautiful flowe...
Wild animals:                                 The emblem of the Apuane parkA “muflone” ( a big wild goat)living on the hig...
Hiking in the Alpi Apuane                                               An example of signed footpathCampocecina’s shelter...
2) The “Cinque Terre” natural parkA beatiful view of Corniglia, one of the villages of the “Cinque terre”
In these pictures we                                   can see the terraces                                   and the marv...
The fishing             boats             positioned             outside the             fishermen‟s             housesThe...
A vineyard where                        “schiacchetra” wine is                        produced .Another view of thetraditi...
Our class during a Comenius trip at “Cinqueterre”
3) “Appennino‟s” natural parkA beautiful sight of the Appennino‟s peaks. (In the backgroundthe Alpi Apuane)
Nature on the Appennino : wild animals                                             A golden eagle feeding its chick       ...
Appennino‟s forests :                                    Two different pictures of a                                    “f...
A view of “Appennino”‟s peaks covered by two meters of snow last winter
4) The massaciuccoli‟s parkThe Massaciuccoli „s park is flatland and includes a small lake andvast conifer tree
Particular houses in the middle of the natureParticular houses surrounded by the trees , like that ofD‟Annunzio, a poet wh...
Breeding of Animals Breeding of animals, an important part of the economy of thispark
The picturesque lake of MassaciuccoliThe most important place in this park , the lake, which is fundamentalabove all for t...
Thanks•   A special thank to all my class and in particular to•   Alessandro Caroli and Andrea Poggi ( for the power point...
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Carrara a town surrounded by 4 natural parks

  1. 1. Carrara, a town surrounded by 4 natural parks
  2. 2. Our schoolmates in our classroom
  3. 3. A beautiful view of CarraraCarrara finds itself between mountains and sea
  4. 4. Geographical mapCarrara finds itself at the borders of three italian regions:Tuscany Liguria and Emilia
  5. 5. The four parks that surround CarraraAlpi Apuane’s Park Cinque TerreOrecchiella’s Park Massaciuccoli
  6. 6. The Alpi Apuane‟s natural parkThree aspects seen from Campocecina, notfar from our town
  7. 7. Enviroment and work :a difficult relationship Men at work in a marble quarry in Carrara „s mountains Quarries in the middle of our mountains
  8. 8. Nature in Alpi Apuane : flowersCentaurea Montis Borlae, that can only be found Orchidea, one of the most beautiful flowers in ourIn our mountains Mountains
  9. 9. Wild animals: The emblem of the Apuane parkA “muflone” ( a big wild goat)living on the highest peaks A “coralline crow”, the symbol of the Apuane’s natural park
  10. 10. Hiking in the Alpi Apuane An example of signed footpathCampocecina’s shelter, where hikers can stayovernight Mulattiera (Mule track) An ancient footpath regulary used in the past
  11. 11. 2) The “Cinque Terre” natural parkA beatiful view of Corniglia, one of the villages of the “Cinque terre”
  12. 12. In these pictures we can see the terraces and the marvellous seaIn the second there are thetypical terraces and stone wallswhich permit the locals tocultivate the ground
  13. 13. The fishing boats positioned outside the fishermen‟s housesThe traditional ways tomove at the “cinque terre” A footpath which was and is still one of the most popular ways of moving from a village to another The railway line from above with the sea as its background
  14. 14. A vineyard where “schiacchetra” wine is produced .Another view of thetraditional houses ofone of the villages
  15. 15. Our class during a Comenius trip at “Cinqueterre”
  16. 16. 3) “Appennino‟s” natural parkA beautiful sight of the Appennino‟s peaks. (In the backgroundthe Alpi Apuane)
  17. 17. Nature on the Appennino : wild animals A golden eagle feeding its chick and a species of wolf Spring and winter are two good seasons to visit the Appennino and to appreciate all its beautiful aspects
  18. 18. Appennino‟s forests : Two different pictures of a “faggeta” , the typical Appennino‟s forest.Appennino‟s mountains are rich insmall lakes (above).A big “faggeta” and its autumnalbeauty.
  19. 19. A view of “Appennino”‟s peaks covered by two meters of snow last winter
  20. 20. 4) The massaciuccoli‟s parkThe Massaciuccoli „s park is flatland and includes a small lake andvast conifer tree
  21. 21. Particular houses in the middle of the natureParticular houses surrounded by the trees , like that ofD‟Annunzio, a poet who loved that places and who wrote a lotof poems about it
  22. 22. Breeding of Animals Breeding of animals, an important part of the economy of thispark
  23. 23. The picturesque lake of MassaciuccoliThe most important place in this park , the lake, which is fundamentalabove all for the tourism
  24. 24. Thanks• A special thank to all my class and in particular to• Alessandro Caroli and Andrea Poggi ( for the power point topic )• Massimiliano Guerrini and Alessandra Fioravanti (for the pictures )• And the other my schoolmates , who came with me to the parks in our Comenius school trips :• Francesca Briganti, Sara Caffaggi,Claudio Currieri,Lorenzo Del Monte, Alberto Durante, Benedetta Fantolini,Alessandra Fioravanti,Giulia Genovesi,Sara Granai,Michela Lavaggi,Chiara Maggiani, Maddalena Moretti,Giulia Pancani,Elena Testi• All the photos were tacken by teachers and students of the “liceo scientifico Marconi”,except for those about Massaciuccoli‟s park and those of animals of the Apennino‟s park, kindly offered by the respective parks

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