Livigno Today

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For KS3 Italy - this helps update information in current texts e.g. Places

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Livigno Today

  1. 1. Livigno Today
  2. 2. Livigno Today What is this man buying? Why? What does it tell us about Livigno?
  3. 3. Livigno Today What could be happening here? Why the cars? – and petrol stations?
  4. 4. Livigno Today What retailing is happening here?
  5. 5. Livigno Today
  6. 6. Livigno Today What sort of high order goods are for sale here?
  7. 7. Livigno Today What is this building? How has the nature of tourist accommodation changed?
  8. 8. Livigno Today What employment possibilities are there in Livigno today? Which are seasonal? Use the last three pictures to work out how patterns of employment have changed.
  9. 9. Livigno Today
  10. 10. Livigno Today P Routledge (King’s Wood School, Havering)
  11. 11. Livigno Today The End
  12. 12. Teacher Notes: Livigno (Case Study based on Places – Waugh) – the whole of the Livigno Valley has, by EU agreement, been declared a tax free zone and consequently people from neighbouring areas in northern Italy travel to buy all sorts of goods – groceries, cigarettes and high order goods. Each day the whole settlement is busy with huge numbers of shoppers who access the village by road links through the mountains. The changes described in the textbook set the basis for what has happened but now there is considerable investment in new shops, in quality hotels, and opportunities for skiing. The old buildings remain in many parts and many people still have some agricultural interests. It may be worthwhile considering the economic, social and environmental impacts of such changes and reflect also upon the impact of small settlements outside the tax free zone but along the roads leading to the passes. The small tunnel (single file) to Switzerland is not busy in summer as there is a charge of 10 Euros for a single ticket. Currently (2006) sugar was retailing for 59 cents (c. 40p per kilo) and petrol at 95 cents per litre (c. 65p). The pictures were taken in August 2006. Paul Routledge

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