Terra brigasca

In the heart of the Alps of the Mediterranean lies the Brigascan region, named after the ancient municipality of Briga Marittima. Following the Second World War, that extensive municipality, then part of the Italian state in the province of Cuneo, was divided into three parts among two states, Italy and France, and three provinces. Therefore, it stands as the cross-border center of the area, characterized by a linguistic, historical, and economic enclave. Geographically and topographically, Mount Saccarello, the highest peak in the Liguria region, situated at the heart of the Brigascan region, serves as a watershed dividing four valleys