Metal plaque at the source of the Lemina

Torrent in Piedmont, north-western Italy.

- Lemina

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Town and comune in the Metropolitan City of Turin, Piedmont, northwestern Italy, 10 km southwest of Turin on the river Chisone.

The Sanctuary of Madonna delle Grazie.

The Lemina torrent has its source at the boundary between Pinerolo and San Pietro Val di Lemina.

San Pietro Val Lemina

Town and comune in the Metropolitan City of Turin, part of the Piedmont region, northern Italy.

It takes its name from the Lemina torrent, which flows in its territory.


Torrent in Piedmont, north-western Italy.

After receiving the waters of several torrents and rivers such as the Lemina, Noce and Rio Torto, it flows in the Po River in the Padan Plain, in the territory of Moncalieri, south-west to Turin.

Virle Piemonte

Comune in the Metropolitan City of Turin in the Italian region Piedmont, located about 25 km southwest of Turin.

It is located on the left bank of the Lemina torrent.

List of rivers of Italy

List of rivers which are at least partially located in Italy.

Location of some among the main Italian rivers
Flamingos in the delta of the Po river
The Reno near Casalecchio
The Adige crossing Verona.
The Po in Boretto (RE).
The Ticino and the Ponte Coperto of Pavia
The Adda in Imbersago
The Stilaro near Bivongi
The Garigliano near its mouth
The Tiber: ponte Sant'Angelo (Rome)
The Polcevera in Bolzaneto (Genova)
River Simeto
The Temo in Bosa


Abbadia Alpina

Abbadia Alpina (formerly Abadia); Piedmontese: La Badia Occitan: L'Abaia) is a former commune of the Province of Turin in north-west Italy's Piedmont region, located between the torrents (intermittent streams) Lemina and Cusone.