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Parco Pubblico Pellerina

Overview

One of the largest parks in Turin 

Crossed diagonally by the Dora Riparia river, it houses a pond that has created a wetland and a reed bed, a habitat of fundamental importance from a naturalistic point of view where various species of birds, amphibians and reptiles live. The park takes its name from the homonymous 17th century farmhouse, still visible today in the vicinity. Picnics areas, jogging and walking trails, decorations with modern sculptures make this green area an ideal place to spend some time in the thick of nature, surrounded by a rich tree vegetation and fauna. The park is home to mallards, grey herons, wagtails, goldfinches, blackcaps, tits of various kinds, finches, blackbirds, robins, nightingales and greenfinches.

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Parco Pubblico Pellerina

Corso Appio Claudio, 106, 10146 Torino TO, Italia

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