Veneto Hidden Corners: the Caglieron Caves

For the weekly column “Veneto Hidden Corners”, the photographer Giovanni Vecchiato gives us exclusively for VS a shot dedicated to the top hidden beauties of Veneto.

This week’s shot is dedicated to the Caglieron Caves.

An articulated complex of quarries and caves, carved by the Caglieron stream which over the centuries has created suggestive tunnels and ravines, where, since Roman times, the dolza stone used for the construction of houses was extracted. The dense vegetation of these days contributes to creating a fascinating “African” atmosphere just 10 minutes from Vittorio Veneto.

A deep passion for reportage, Giovanni Vecchiato has worked as a portrait photographer in the entertainment industry in London where he recently set up the “View my eye” exhibition, documenting the most suggestive places in Italy through the art of aerial photography, work also published by the National Geographic.

#VenetoSecrets #VenetoHiddenCorners Ph. Giovanni Vecchiato

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