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Potenza-Campomaggiore- Pietrapertosa-Accettura-Oliveto-Monte Croccia-Campomaggiore-Bivio Tricarico-Potenza

Potenza-Campomaggiore- Pietrapertosa-Accettura-Oliveto-Monte Croccia-Campomaggiore-Bivio Tricarico-Potenza

03:32
78.1 mi
22.1 mph
7,175 ft
40,150 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
335 yd
2.08 mi
19.8 mi
26.1 mi
28.5 mi
28.5 mi
28.6 mi
28.7 mi
32.3 mi
32.7 mi
36.6 mi
39.3 mi
43.8 mi
45.9 mi
46.7 mi
47.5 mi
48.9 mi
50.8 mi
50.9 mi
50.9 mi
78.1 mi
Destination

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Cristian went cycling.

August 29, 2021

Comments

  • Cristian

    Fantastic route like all our areas of Basilicata!

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    • August 30, 2021

  • Gi0v4ne

    This time you could have called! If he came under the house

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    • August 30, 2021

  • Cristian

    Wee, sorry, it was done at the last moment, I thought I wasn't doing it, I thought you were gone ... I apologize🙏🤦‍♂️

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    • August 30, 2021

  • Cristian

    The thousand-year-old roots of Italy resurface almost everywhere, reminding us of the stratification of civilizations that make up our cultural as well as biological DNA. A widespread “narration” of our past that never ceases to surprise thanks to the progressive re-emergence of new pieces of a more complex mosaic than one can imagine. One of these surprising traces is given by the megalithic complex located on Monte Croccia, in the territory of Oliveto Lucano (Matera), and known as Petre de la Mola. It is a group of natural erratic boulders that appear, however, shaped by man for a very specific purpose, that of indicating noon and sunset on the date of the winter solstice (21 December), an occurrence coinciding with the shortest day of the year, beyond which light begins to prevail over darkness, with the progressive lengthening of the days. An event that for the ancient populations symbolized the victory of light over darkness and therefore an important moment of rebirth and revenge of good over evil. The need to report it, for ritual reasons but also for practical purposes related to agriculture, meant that real astronomical stone calendars arose in protohistoric times, modeled according to precise astronomical orientations, that is, to signal solstices and equinoxes. The most famous is undoubtedly that of Stonehenge in England, but throughout Europe there are several, perhaps less striking but equally suggestive as well as interesting from a scientific point of view. Petre de la Mola is one of them.

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    • August 31, 2021

  • Cristian

    Michael do not despise the work of others, rinse your eyes if I take you on the road I'll do the photoshop !! What do you know about my paths? Try it for yourself, but what cyclist are you ?? 😒

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    • September 12, 2021

  • ze pedro baptista

    Dear Cristian,why do you put tips in highlights that are not at all related to the subject? You did that already in 2 highlights in the Netherlands. Why do you feel the need to supply false and unrelated information? If we all do this Komoot's highlights will become useless.Why did you start putting irrelevant information in higlights in the Netherlands? you have already done this in at least two places. Why do you need to do this? If everyone does the same we will end up with a useless site.Here are the highlights:komoot.com/highlight/3777878komoot.com/highlight/2729871komoot.com/highlight/3791346Thank you if you delete them.

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    • September 28, 2021

  • Cristian

    Hi, I have only described Amsterdam nearby! I came out to comment on the Amsterdam tour and I did, if I knew it was a monument I didn't comment on Amstrendam, I canceled and I apologize.

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    • September 28, 2021

  • ze pedro baptista

    Thank you very much for thatGrazie di cuore

    • September 28, 2021

  • Cristian

    Thanks to you, a hug!

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    • September 28, 2021

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