Thursday, July 27, 2006


Traveling to Camerano is much like driving into the past when the world was unspoiled by traffic, overpopulation and pollution. Camerano, Italy, perches on a hill over a valley of sunflowers, tilled fields, red-roofs and the Adriatic Sea. The two lane road meanders through the farmland and up into the town. Breathtaking views, myriads of dazzling color, endless hills, timeless stone and vibrant people all compose the atmosphere that is Camerano. It is impossible not to imagine being transported back in time as one walks the streets and experiences the long-established culture and environment. A serene town steeped in tradition. Camerano is a place that time has truly forgotten.

Zan Lanouette—Gonzaga University


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