Lake Maggiore (or  Verbano ) is at a height of 193 m and covers an area of 212 square km. Its western shore is in Piedmont...
Arona
Arona
Baveno
Baveno
Brissago
Brissago
 
Cannobio
Cannobio
Cannobio
 
 
 
Locarno
Locarno
Stresa
Stresa
Stresa
Stresa
Stresa
Stresa – Villa Pal l avicino
Stresa  - Hotel
Stresa
Pallanz a  – Villa Tara n to
Pallanz a  – Villa Tara n to
Monastery of Santa  Caterina  del  Sasso
Monastery of  Santa Caterina del Sasso
 
 
Images and text: Internet Music:  Luciano  Pavarotti  “Caruso” Adriana Ronco
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Lake Maggiore

  1. 2. Lake Maggiore (or Verbano ) is at a height of 193 m and covers an area of 212 square km. Its western shore is in Piedmont, its eastern shore in Lombardy, and in the north it enters the Swiss canton of Ticino. Lake Maggiore is the most westerly of the three great prealpine lakes of Italy. It extends for about 70 km between Locarno and Arona. Lake Maggiore is 68 km long, with a breadth which varies from 3 to 5 km, except at the bay opening westward between Pallanza and Stresa, where this reaches 10 km.
  2. 3. Arona
  3. 4. Arona
  4. 5. Baveno
  5. 6. Baveno
  6. 7. Brissago
  7. 8. Brissago
  8. 10. Cannobio
  9. 11. Cannobio
  10. 12. Cannobio
  11. 16. Locarno
  12. 17. Locarno
  13. 18. Stresa
  14. 19. Stresa
  15. 20. Stresa
  16. 21. Stresa
  17. 22. Stresa
  18. 23. Stresa – Villa Pal l avicino
  19. 24. Stresa - Hotel
  20. 25. Stresa
  21. 26. Pallanz a – Villa Tara n to
  22. 27. Pallanz a – Villa Tara n to
  23. 28. Monastery of Santa Caterina del Sasso
  24. 29. Monastery of Santa Caterina del Sasso
  25. 32. Images and text: Internet Music: Luciano Pavarotti “Caruso” Adriana Ronco

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