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This webcam is currently assigned to SkylineWebcams. It was originally added on March 14, 2012 and has been viewed 27,270 times since then. The current picture above was taken 0 minutes ago, thereby the webcam seems to be currently active. So far, it was added to their personal favorites on by 2 people.

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Breathtaking view on the Ski Resort Livigno

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Splendida panoramica della stazione sciistica di Livigno

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Further information about Livigno

Livigno is a town in the Alps. It belongs to the province of Sondrio, in the region of Lombardy, Italy. Geography: It is located 1,816 metres above sea level. Livigno's main river is called Akua Granda, also known as Spöl. Trepalle, which belongs to Livigno, is considered Europe's highest inhabited parish. Livigno was once a traditional and cultural village. Livigno is one of the few Italian villages which do not belong to the drainage basin of the Mediterranean Sea but to the Black Sea basin. A part of the old village was completely destroyed in the 1960s by the creation of a reservoir, the Lago di Livigno. History: Livigno's first settlers were probably shepherds during the Middle Ages. The first documents called this area "vinea et vineola". This Latin name does not refer to the presence of vineyards in the area, but comes from the German language, meaning "avalanche". The valley has always been at risk from this point of view. The last avalanche hitting the village was in 1951, ... Read more about Livigno on Wikipedia

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