Mount Comero (1373 meters above sea level) above Bagno di Romagna to the south east.
Covered with forests and beautiful pastures, it is known for Fairy Wood, whose legend has also been narrated by David Larkin, known fantasy writer. Legend has it that some do, forced to leave his castle, hid of solid gold frames in four caves "under Mount Comero in Romagna", making them invisible to the eyes of people with magic. They promised to come back one day, and guard these riches left a huge snake that can, with a breath, to roll down from the mountain the bad guys who try to seize the treasure. E 'part of the legend is also a beautiful plant with purple flowers brown color and the shiny black berries, known as Belladonna, which stands at the center of a flat near the peak known as "The Lion Head". Precisely for this reason everyone calls him "the shrub of the fairies" ...
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Comune di Bagno di Romagna, Cooperativa Atlantide, Pier Luigi Ricci, Massimo Schiumarini, Caterina Rigoni, Federico Locatelli, Mattia Vesco, Miriam Narducci, Nevio Agostini