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Pollino, Basilicata Italy
By Amy Adejokun Amy Adejokun Section editor

Discover Pollino, Basilicata

Pollino, the largest National Park in Italy (covering more than 445,000 acres), stretches between Basilicata and Calabria. It is named after the mountain chain of the same name. Each of the five valleys cutting its way into Basilicata features a unique environment and landscape. 'Pini loricati' (pine trees) grow on Mount Alpi, which overlooks the Valley of Sinni. These very rare trees, which have become symbols of the park, only grow in Pollino and a few areas in the Balkans. It is really worth taking a trip across the forest-covered landscape with its mountain meadows, deep gorges and fast-flowing streams. One of the park's mountain villages make for a good starting point.

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