Peyrot, Bealera Peyrota – Luserna San Giovanni

28 August 2014

Hi there! After a while, I’d like to take you again on the banks of the Bealera Peyrota in order to go deep into its history and, of course, into history of people from Pellice Valley. After flowing through the villages of Giovo and Chabas, the Bealera (which is – let me refresh your memory […]

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Jallà’s Cemetery

26 August 2014

  Hi there! Today’s walk might seem a bit macabre, but you should not think so, because we are in a very important place for Waldenses’ history and identity: we are at the Jallà’s Cemetery, in Luserna San Giovanni (To). You are probably wondering why I decided to take you in a cemetery … Here, […]

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The splitter, Bealera Peyrota – Angrogna

23 May 2014

Hello guys! After a few time, today we are back on the banks of the Bealera Peyrota, and we’re going to discover its path, from the Angrogna creek to the Pellice stream. D’you remember? A few time ago we spent some time at the Rocha Pisoira (I told you about its funny name, didn’t I?) […]

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The Rocha Pisoira, Bealera Peyrota – Angrogna

17 January 2014

Good morning kids! Today we’ll go on in our walk to the discovery of Bealera Peyrota… We’ve been there once some time ago, d’you remember? Well, today we are at the second stage of our walk. We are now at Rocha Pisoira. Do you get what its name means? Literally it means “the peeing rock”… […]

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Bealera Peyrota – Angrogna

22 November 2013

Hi there! The place we are at today is certainly precious to all of the people from Angrogna and Luserna who are following our walks, ’cause today we’re gonna talk about a river that has kept company with them for many, many years. Today we are at the first step of a long way alongside […]

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The Beckwith fountain – Angrogna, Martel

1 November 2013

Hello kids! Today we are about to visit a very special fountain… it is located at Martel, a hamlet of Angrogna village. The fountain you see in the picture has always gushed fresh and clear water. Even in periods of hard drought, like it happened – for example – in mid-nineteenth century, this fountain still […]

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Martinai – Angrogna

4 October 2013

Welcome back, guys! All this strolling made you thirsty, right? Well, I’m thirsty as well… Don’t worry, kids, I know a fountain flowing cold and refreshing water!!! …here we are! This small village is called “Martinai”, and they say this is the most abundant source of water in the whole valley. The fountain takes its […]

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