Why does it say Versilia

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It is said Versilia because its origins from the ancient Germanic Wesser / Wasser or water.

The area that includes the municipalities of Pietrasanta, Seravezza, Forte dei marmi, Stazzema, was later incorporated the municipalities of Massarosa, Camaiore, Viareggio.

The name is given by the Ruosina canal which flows near Seravezza and which joins the Rio Magno from the Monte Altissimo the current Versilia river.

In Roman times it was known as Fosse Papiriane and was a marshy area that opened between Pisa and Massa and the Apune Alps and the sea.

The climate in this area is mild due to its position close to the Apuan Alps, with half rainy seasons.

Versilia is above all beaches, clubs, good air.

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