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My last post was about a nice approach road to city tunnel in Suji-gu city of South Korea. Today I present a beautiful covered pedestrian path on the coast between the Italian villages of Manarola and Riomaggiore. These two villages are part of 'Cinque Terre' on the Italian Riviera coast of Liguria region, north-western Italy.
'Cinque Terre' which literary means "Five Lands" is a cluster of 5 small villages, which are famous for multi-coloured terraced houses on rugged and steep hills stretching upto deep cliffs overlooking the sea. These villages also have another unique feature that none of the villages have any motorable roads and the 8 km long coastal path which connects these is meant for hikers only.
To preserve the beauty of this region the whole area has been declared as "The Cinque Terre National Park" and is also a UNESCO World Heritage list.