Cabella Ligure (Piedmont - Italy)
Cabella Ligure is a totally mountain municipality of 533 inhabitants, located at 510 meters above sea level in the Province of Alessandria, Its territory covers an area of 46,80 sq. km.
Cabella Ligure is an Italian town located on the Ligurian Apennines, near the confluence of the stream Liassa in Borbera high Borbera valley.
Mentioned in documents of the twelfth century was the fief of Opizzino Spinola.
Then passed to the families of the Genoese Doria and Pallavicini.
Part of the Ligurian Republic, then of the Napoleonic Empire, passed to the Kingdom of Sardinia by the Congress of Vienna (1815), assumed the name Ligurian when it became part of the province of Alessandria following the administrative reform Rattazzi.
In 1956 were annexed to the municipality Dova the villages of Upper and Lower Dova Guazzolo in Val Gordenella, annexed by the city of Mongiardino Ligure
This country is part of the territory of the culturally homogeneous Four provinces (Alessandria, Genoa, Pavia, Piacenza), characterized by common traditions and customs and a significant repertoire of music and dancing very old.
The main tool in this area is the pipe that Apennines accompanied by accordion, and a time of Musa (bagpipe Apennine), guides the soul dances and parties.
The description for the Municipality of Cabella Ligure is not complete!
This page, as well as all the pages dedicated to municipalities in the Piedmont region, They still want to be useful in order to promote the historical, artistic, cultural, natural and gastronomic of region and this small town in Piedmont, aimed at tourism as a means of discovery of this reality.
Here you can find a list of places to visit in the locality or alternatively list the places to see around Cabella Ligure - With references to events, parties and festivals in Piedmont.
This page is open to the contributions of all, to those who wish to provide more information on places to visit, to discover the beauty and attractiveness and see in its territory, as well as in the rest of the Piedmont region.
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