Photographer's Note

NINFA is a medieval town that was abandoned at the end of the fourteenth century. The remains of churches, houses, the castle and the town hall (restored) still survive and are immersed in a splendid English garden, which is crossed by the homonymous river Ninfa, whose sources gush out just up the town. A dam, which was built in 1200, assembles the waters in a romantic pool. It's encircled by an avifaunal oasis of about 800 hectares which is managed by the provincial authority of Latina, the Caetani Foundation, W.W.F. and LIPU. It's populated with herons and egrets besides a multitude of insectivorous birds and rock doves.


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Additional Photos by Giorgio Clementi (Clementi) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 3694 W: 437 N: 9370] (52514)
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