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Piedmont is a region in northwestern Italy, the capital is Turin. To the south, west, and north Piedmont is surrounded by the vast arc of the Ligurian Apennines and the Maritime, Cottian, Graian, and Pennine Alps. The core of Piedmont is the Po River valley, which lies open to the east and consists of some of the best farmlands in Italy. Piedmont is known for delicious traditional foods, including chocolate and sparkling wine. [1]


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