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All these are along the sea and along the coast and they form with all other important villages and towns the Ligurian Italian Riviera. These provinces have also an important and interesting inland and other important parts of the region are to be found in many of the nearby coastal valleys like in the Nervia valley, the Argentine valley, the Impero valley, the Arroscia valley, the Pennavaire valley, The Finale valley, the Scrivia valley, the Fontanabuona valley, the Vara valley, and the Magra valley, ending up as ideal border to the nearby regions up to the trekking. Some are now part of the Ligurie, parks where interesting activities and sports can be carried out.
Genoa the most important town in Liguria, is the Land of Christopher Columbus and it has been appointed Cultural Capital for the year 2004 by the European Commission.
Liguria is also an important region of comunication and Pilgrims ways of all kinds on the way from from the nearby countries and going down to other part of of Italy.