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Manarola is an ancient village of the Ligurian Riviera and is a fraction of the town of Riomaggiore, in the province of La Spezia and is one of the so-called Cinque Terre and was also described as one of the most beautiful fishing villages of Italy. The country was born by the displacement of populations from Val di Vara and the establishment of Roman Volastra move towards the sea to exploit its resources. The town's name derives from the Latin Manium arula which means small temple dedicated to Mani but the meaning is still very uncertain. In the town center is the main square of Manarola around which arise Disciplinati of the Oratory, the bell tower and the parish church of San Lorenzo, built in Gothic style and dating back to 1338.


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