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Asiago

Asiago è un comune di circa 6400 abitanti che si estende su una superficie di 162,95 km². I suoi abitanti sono chiamati Asiaghesi. Asiago è il centro principale dell'Altopiano più vasto d'Italia, una vasta conca verde nel cuore della montagna veneta circondata da cime che arrivano a 2.350 metri d'altezza, che ospita gli altri 7 Comuni del comprensorio: Conco, Enego, Foza, Gallio, Lusiana, Roana e Rotzo. Il centro della città fu raso al suolo durante la Prima Guerra Mondiale e successivamente ricostruito secondo i canoni tipici dell'architettura alpestre. Il centro colpisce per la bellezza architettonica e l’ampiezza delle strade e delle piazze, tratti distintivi rispetto ad altri paesi di montagna. Il poeta Gabriele d’Annunzio definì Asiago "la più piccola e più luminosa città d'Italia".

Lusiana

Lusiana is a town of 2,500 inhabitants, which covers a hilly area of 34 km². Its inhabitants are called the Lusianesi. The village is known for its parks and because of its natural aspect of being surrounded by greenery. Ideal for those who love the outdoors and want to inhale ancient traditions. Its economy is based on agriculture and extraction of marble. The rock of Sojo is a paradise for climbing enthusiasts. Artifacts dating back to the late Neolithic period have been found in its vicinity, a sign that the site has been inhabited since ancient times. Lusiana is also known for being the birthplace of Sonia Gandhi.

Malo

Malo is a town of approximately 15,000 inhabitants, which stretches over an area of 30 km². Its inhabitants are called the Maladensi. It is a small town surrounded by nature, known for its historic carnival. The event attracts tourists and fans from across the region due to its centuries-old tradition. Malo is also the birthplace of the famous writer Luigi Meneghello, and the set of his novel "Libera Nos a Malo". In the early 1900s, the area experienced a period of great industrial expansion, especially in the fields of silk and brick.

Marostica

Marostica is a town of approximately 14,000 inhabitants, which covers a hilly area of 36 km². The inhabitants are called the Marosticensi. The city is famous for the traditional game of human chess, which takes place every two years. The event is held in September in the famous town square and is inspired by an event of 1454. The city is also known for its two medieval castles, the upper one and the lower one, encircled by magnificent walls. Marostica is a land of eponymous cherry, product of protected geographical indication.

Monte di Malo

Monte di Malo is a town of 2,912 inhabitants, which stretches over an area of 23 km². It is located at an altitude of 374 meters above sea level. Its inhabitants are called the Montemaladensi. The town is located on a hill overlooking the town of Malo and is known for the presence of the cave of "Buso della Rana". In the area of the common lies, in fact, the only entrance to this largest Italian grotto with a single way in. Approximately 30,000 meters of horizontal formation, which can be accessed only with guided tours. In the village of Priabona, the lovers of palaeontology find a unique geological stratum rich in fossils.

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