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Other interesting things can be seen in Piazza Girolamo Rossi, with its intact example of a fourteenth-century house, and on Via Bernardo Ricci which retains much of its original appearance. A visit to the museums of Albenga also provides the opportunity to explore: the Palazzo Vecchio and the decorated rooms of Palazzo Peloso Cepolla, formerly the archbishop's palace. The main water corse is river Centa (3 km long) formed by four smaller ones : Neva, Lerrone, and the ones coming from the related Arroscia valley and Pennavaire valley, here is the now renown Colletta "cyber village". Its "Piana" is the most fertile land in Liguria for vegetable products, herbs and high-value early produce, using advanced farming methods and exported all over Italy and the world. The town has an interesting beach and an interesting system of walking path as for example the above said Via Julia Augusta around it. Also an important pilgrim's passage way passed over here which is "The Via Julia", an ancient roman road and now a nice walk to see the town from above.