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Parco dei Cento Laghi

A Gentle Landscape and Local Products Known all over the World

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Valli del Cedra e del Parma Regional Park, best known as Cento Laghi Park, covers a section of the eastern Appennino Parmense, at the border with the provinces of Reggio-Emilia and Massa-Carrara. The mountain area is characterized at lower altitudes (about 600m a.s.l.) by a gentle agricultural landscape where the few cultivated fields alternate with permanent meadows, surrounded by long hedges and mixed broadleaf woodlands. As you climb, the woodland alternates with stretches of meadows and meadow-pastures, is scattered with small towns and crossed by a thick network of forest roads and trails. An intact environment, where for centuries nature has lived together with man to give birth to excellent agri-foodstuffs known all over the world, like Parmigiano-Reggiano PDO and Parma Ham PDO. A cosy land halfway between the plain of Parma and the summits of Appennino Tosco-Emiliano National Park.

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