Oriolo the beech forest and the UNESCO

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The ancient beech forest of Oriolo Romano, a UNESCO heritage site, is a very ancient forest that has not undergone changes for many centuries. It is a very special place, which has the peculiarity of growing just 450 meters high instead of the usual 700/900 meters. Since 2017 it is protected by the UNESCO for its global ecological value and is part of the Natural Park of Bracciano and Martignano.

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