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With the Museo delle Valli, the Museo della Bonifica and the Civic Museum
From the ancient Argenta Valleys and Marmorta, only the Valli di Campotto still exist , which today are utilised only during the rivers flood in this area. What remains of the ancient Argenta Valleys is divided in three main sectors:
- Oasi di Campotto e Bassarone, which present a series of freshwater valleys connected to each other and connected to the main rivers in the area by canals;
- Valle Santa, characterized by reeds thickets and water lily plants, it is the ideal place for many species of birds;
- Bosco di Traversante, it represents one of the last patches of hygrophilous forest in the Po Valley.
The Valle di Campotto and Bosco di Traversante can only be accessed by a guided tour and can be visited on foot or by bike. Free visit for Vallesanta, nextly an observation tower from which you have a wonderful view of the valleys.
The Argenta Valleys, together the Museo delle Valli, a natural museum that explains the history, the culture, the tradition and the formation of this territory; the Museo Civico of Argenta, in the San Domenico Church, where is possibile to see pictures, scultures rediscovered in this area; and the Museo della Bonifica, sited within a water pump factory still active, tells the history of the relation between the man and the water. Those attractions form the Eco-Museum of Argenta, part of the Po Delta Park.