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This webcam is currently assigned to carosello3000. It was originally added on March 19, 2012 and has been viewed 12,383 times since then. The current picture above was taken 25 minutes ago, thereby the webcam seems to be currently active. So far, it was added to their personal favorites on webcams.travel by 0 people.

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A web-cam looking on the Polvere Slope of Carosello 3000, the main ski-area of Livigno. Here you may see also the huge Bagjump of Livigno Park.

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Saint Roch (Latin: Rochus; Catalan: Roc; Italian: Rocco; French: Roch; Spanish and Portuguese: Roque; German: Rochus; c. 1295 &ndash; traditionally 16 August 1327) was a Christian saint, a confessor whose death is commemorated on 16 August; he is specially invoked against the plague. The historical truth about Saint Roch: According to the searches of the Belgian historian Pierre Bolle (2001), that represent today the most exhaustive work on ancient lives of the saint, Saint Roch is not properly a historical saint. The work of Bolle by using a rigorous historical methodology, has cleared which of the hagiographies were the most ancient, and which were instead simple reworks and additions. According to Pierre Bolle, Saint Roch is a hagiographical doublet of a more ancient saint, Saint Racho of Autun (died ca. 660). Invoked against the storms, the figure of Raco would be to the base of the name of our saint (Raco/Roch), and of the patronage of the saint who recovers from the plague, ... Read more about San Rocco on Wikipedia

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