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Pietro Zangheri (Forlì 1889 - Padova 1982) is an exemplary figure of a naturalist: he studied and explored the entire territory of Romagna, collecting evidence and information which is still used today by scholars and researchers. He was among the first to understand the ecological importance of the environments of the Tuscan-Romagna Apennines and the need to protect them with the establishment of a protected area: he spoke of a "Park", already in the first decades of the last century, referring to the territory of Campigna, and was among the promoters of the Convention on "La Campigna Natural Park" held in Forlì in 1971.


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