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The publication "The Baron in the Trees," by Italo Calvino is all about the Baron Cosimo Piovasco di Rond he was able to travel to many pieces of Ombrosa by tree, and direct an extremely daring and full life. The principal point of the essay is to discuss the ongoing relationship between Cosimo and the surroundings. Cosimo cared deeply for the surroundings in which he lived, and to find a better comprehension of exactly what the setting and environment was like in the twentieth century of Italy, I'll explain it as best as I could. The town of Ombrosa was located in the northern area of Italy close Lombardy. This area is located near the Alps so there was a chilly alpine climate at the winter with hot, bright summers, many lakes with rivers leading to them from the Alps, as well as large valleys excellent for farming. The area during the twentieth century Italy was filled with "thick dense woods" (Holmes 31) ; Biagio, Cosimo's brother, describes some of the greatest and biggest forests in Ombrosa are the "entire span, from end to end, of this gulf of Ombrosa and its valley right around the mountain crests" (Calvino 28) which meant there needed to have been over a few hundred kilometers of pristine woods for him to travel. You will find lots of distinct types of trees such as: cork oak, breech, lemon, cherry, vanilla, peach, holm oak, plum, apples, carobs, mulberry, knobby walnut, and olive trees. .