Castello in notturna - Ufficio Turismo Comune di Fontanellato Fontanellato Travel Guide
Wonderful centre in the parmense land, Fontanellato takes its name from the ancient place-name “Fontana Lata” which is a reference to the abundant water resources and characteristic “risorgive” (natural springs) of area lying between the uplands and lowlands of the Po Valley.
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via Ventiquattro Maggio 30, Fontanellato (PR)
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località Parola 2, Fontanellato (PR)
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località Casalbarbato 16, Fontanellato (PR)
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via Pozzi 12, Fontanellato (PR)
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viale Vaccari 18, Fontanellato (PR)
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località Paroletta , Fontanellato (PR)
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via Andrea Costa 7, Fontanellato (PR)
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località Paroletta 2, Fontanellato (PR)
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località Cannetolo 25, Fontanellato (PR)
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piazzale Giuseppe Verdi 5/3, Fontanellato (PR)
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località Toccalmatto 5, Fontanellato (PR)
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via Emilia (Località Sanguinaro) 129, Fontanellato (PR)
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via Quattro Novembre 44, Fontanellato (PR)
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