Il Tirreno reports that a group of environmentalists and members of the local hiking clubs placed a sign that read “Lets save the Apuan Alps” on the side of Mount Pania a mountain close to where the marble quarries (where Michelangelo got his marble 500 years ago) operate.
The event was part of a three-day initiative that saw the aforementioned hike from Lucca to the slopes of Mount Pania.
We link to the complete Il Tirreno article (in Italian) here.
The photo is by Paglianti, from a photo gallery on Il Tirreno, which we link to here.
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