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"Are you in a natural park in Piedmont? Are you looking at a breathtaking view? Have you just heard the call of a deer? Or have the many wild orchids you encountered surprised you?

Now you can immortalize these moments in a photo and share it on social networks with the hashtag #parchidavivere and find it on the social wall of the regional parks of Piedmont.

This is the call to action of "Parchi da vivere", the new web page of the Piedmont Region dedicated to the natural parks of Piedmont that - by grouping protected areas, special conservation areas and sites of community importance - is intended as a 'virtual' space through which to access the world of parks: a sort of window that opens onto nature, making available to users an interactive map with all the natural areas, some up-to-date news, the list of the websites of the managing bodies of the protected natural areas and, of course, the emotions experienced and shared by those who frequent our parks.

For this reason, the Piedmont Region has collected in a single web space - accessible at - the emotions, images, information and locations of the Natural Protected Areas: with the idea of providing new information to those who already visit them and help those who are still unfamiliar with the parks to discover them, despite the fact that our Piedmont boasts a natural capital that is the envy of all other regions.

What are you waiting for? Take your photo in the park, post it on Facebook or Instagram with #parchidavivere and look for it on or browse the page to discover new incentives to visit a park in Piedmont!