Drawn up at the desk of an architect in Padua University, in little less than a kilometre and a half of surface area is contained the recent history of this small village, narrow as if in brotherly embrace from the nearby communities of Maniago and Montereale. Along the parallel roads in green surroundings you overlook the dwellings that since 1971 have sheltered the populations of Erto and Casso, forced to abandon their own houses following the disaster of the Vajont.

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It 's still there, with all its magnificence. Among the world's highest dams to hold the water of the Vajont torrent that runs through the valley of Erto and Casso flowing into the river Piave,...

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