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Livenza River: A Slow Food Journey in Discovering the Venetian Territory of Waterways and Land

A river that flows generously through the plains of Veneto and Friuli - Venezia Giulia creating passages that mark picturesque natural landscapes at its path touching banks sprinkled with a collection of lush hydric green vegetation, villages and fields, Livenza River is one of Veneto's hidden gems. The length of the river is lined with various kinds of willows, alders, birches, acacia, hawthorn and poplars with the cold running water home to a richness of aquatic life. Here you can find trout, tench, carp, bream, pike, grayling and eel, which is now a critically endangered species. Located in the northeastern part of Italy, Livenza River runs its course of 112 kilometers long marking the border between the regions of Veneto and Friuli - Venezia Giulia as it ends in the Adriatic Sea at Caorle.

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