Ilice di Carrinu

Ilice di Carrinu

Ilice di Carrinu rises among the woods of Milo, on the eastern side of the volcano.

A mighty almost millennial holm oak characterized by a magnificent scaffold of long and twisted branches, the second in Italy in size and age.


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