Dolomites, Italian Alps; a unique landscape of outstanding natural value, bursting with limitless possibilities for landscape photography. Alessandro Gruzza shares his story and knowledge of this majestic location
The Dolomites, located in the north-eastern part of the Italian Alps, include unique geological and geomorphological features with landscapes of outstanding natural value and aesthetic importance. Recognised in 2009 as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Dolomites rise majestically in an amazing setting full of variety and richness.
These stunning mountains are the result of more than 300 million years of geological history. During all this time, the current dolomitic territory passed through intense orogenesis, colossal volcanic events, erosion and sedimentation, until being completely...
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