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Bormio is a town located in the province of Sondrio, Lombardy region of the Italian Alps. It currently has a population of 4,200. In addition to modern skiing facilities, the town is noted for the presence of a hot spring spa. Geography: Bormio lies at the top of the Valtellina valley formed by the Adda River. It is linked to other valleys via four passes: * South Tyrol via the Stelvio Pass * Val Müstair via the Umbrail Pass * Livigno via the Foscagno Pass * Ponte di Legno via the Gavia Pass History: Due to its thermal baths Bormio has always attracted tourists. It is well known that members of the Roman aristocracy travelled to Bormio in order to enjoy warm baths in the mountainous scenery. Most of these thermal baths are still in use today. The town is centered around the historic Piazza Cavour and Via Roma. This used to be a main trading point on the route from Venice to Switzerland. Bormio nowadays retains its unique medieval town centre, making it a special holiday resort and ... Read more about Bormio on Wikipedia

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