Dovadola – Small and great treasure of the Forlì’s Apennines

Dovadola – The town probably arises from two fords of the Montone river, not far from each other. The town was built on a cliff overlooking the river. In the valley where Dovadola rises, human presence has been found since prehistorical times. The existence of an inhabited center in Roman ages is evidenced by archeology findings such as Roman tombs and beaten coins. Instead, between the 7th and 8th centuries, it was the Lombards the ones who repopulated the town after the terrible Gothic War.

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