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The Celtic calendar of Bernate is a modern installation posed in a clearing in the park of Ticino river. This area was inhabited by Celtic populations since the 4th century BCE. The calendar is a round granite rock carved with letters and symbols referring to trees, human body parts, Celtic zodiac signs and healing methods and, following the Celtic tradition, is based on the lunar year (13 months of 28 days).
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