Piedmont is a region in northwest Italy. It covers 25,400 square kilometers and has about 4.3 million inhabitants. Regional capital is Turin. Piedmont is surrounded on three sides by breathtaking Alper. Valle d’Aosta to the northwest belongs historically and geographically to Piedmont, but constitutes an autonomous region. In the north, the region bordering to Switzerland, in the west of France, in the south to Liguria, in the southeast of Emilia-Romagna and in the east to Lombardy. The region is one of Italy’s major wine regions. Some famous wines are Barbera, Barolo, Barbaresco and Dolcetto.
2014 Piedmont was occupied on the UNESCO list of natural and cultural heritage. This region is absolutly beautiful with the great contrasts between Alpine peaks, glistening lakes and lush vineyards along the hillsides. Piedmont is both a destination for those who enjoj wine and food, but also for those who like to bike or hike, or even a combination of both.
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