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Wonders and surroundings

What is a Wonder?

A Wonder is a naturalistic, historical, cultural treasure, little known because it is outside the cities of art and the classic tourist, seaside or ski destinations; often (but not always) it is hidden inland.

A Wonder can belong to one or more of these categories: nature, history, art, villages, traditions, flavors, crafts, cinema, music, literature, theater, events, spirituality, sports, landscapes, animals, trekking, biking.

What is a Wonder Flash?

The Flash Wonder is a hint, a very brief alert that informs us of the existence of something to be discovered. It is created in a few clicks and over time can become a Wonder.

What is NOT a Wonder?

Some content can enter the SharryLand Map, but not as Wonders:

  • excursions, guided tours, tastings, tour packages or traveler services should be entered as "Experiences";
  • events such as concerts, temporenee exhibitions, etc. fall under the specific category "Events";
  • cultural or sports associations and business and tourism activities can register with their Profile;
  • wide territories (e.g. a valley) that enclose many Wonders can become "Lands".

Who can report Wonders?

Anyone can become a Seeker or Wonder Seeker and report places, itineraries or traditions of the heart, just by being a SharryLand member. When you post content, your name will be mentioned in the Acknowledgements, with links to your Profile!

Why report Wonders?

The reasons are many:

  • to participate in this great collective work of mapping our cultural heritage and lend a hand to your territory;
  • for the pride of seeing your name on the page dedicated to that place;
  • if you are a guide or organize Experiences, to give more visibility to your activities as well;
  • if you have a project for your area, to carry it out or spread it through the tools of the platform;
  • to increase your "good reputation" by picking cherries in your Cherry Picker;
  • to have the opportunity to collaborate with SharryLand in your area.

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