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Adige - Po Itinerary

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Starting location:  Lendinara
Place of arrival:  Occhiobello
Length:  36,5 Km
Municipalities crossed:  Lendinara, Villanova del Ghebbo, Fratta Polesine, Pincara, Fiesso Umbertiano, Occhiobello
Elements of natural:  Dolfin eddy at Pincara


Elements of historical and cultural: cultural: churches and historical buildings in Lendinara; church of San Michele Arcangelo and Oratorio of Cà Nova at Villanova of Ghebbo; churches, buildings and historic villas in the centre of Fratta Polesine; Pizzon mill at Pizzon; museum of Antiche Distillerie Mantovani at Paolino; church of San Giovanni Battista at Pincara; church of La Natività della Beata Vergine and Villa Migliorini at Fiesso Umbertiano; church of San Lorenzo at Occhiobello
Type of fund:  81,1% asphalt - 18,9% dirt
Roads low traffic:  75,1%
Dirt roads, towpaths and driveways:  18,1%
Slopes and cycle and pedestrian lanes: 6,8%
Current Cycling: 96,4%
Whether passable with care: None
Accessibility by train:  reasonable. The starting and finishing points are 3-4 km from the stations of Lendinara, on the railway line Legnano-Rovigo, and Occhiobello, on the line Bologna-Padova. Along the itinerary the interchange with the railway may take place at the stations of Lendinara and Fratta Polesine, connected by the line Legnago-Rovigo
Connections with other routes:  at Barbuglio with itinerary 1; at Lendinara and at Villanova of Ghebbo with itinerary2; at Bernarda and at Paolino with itinerary 3; at Occhiobello with itinerary 4
Links with other provinces:  at Occhiobello for Ferrara


Itinerary connecting the two main rivers, the Adige and the Po. It crosses the territory of the Province from north to south connecting to the longitudinal itineraries (1-2-3-4). Mostly on asphalt roads.

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