Via Romea Germanica XVIII: Bassano del Grappa to Ospitale di Brenta

A quiet walk through an empty town leads to an off-course stroll through a quarry

Piazza, Bassano del Grappa. All photos by author.

I must be getting my mojo back, my legs beneath me, or any other recuperative metaphor you might choose to employ. This morning at 6:00, I went out for a stroll to take some photos of Bassano del Grappa. In past…

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The Peripatetic Historian: former history professor now travelling the world and writing about its history. Newsletter: http://rjgoodrich.substack.com.

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