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Il Borgo è caratterizzato da case altissime in pietra bianca antica, unite fra loro in una serie irregolare. Le circondano vicoli stretti in ciottolato con accanto caratteristici forni.La località si trova sull'acclivio destro (578m slm) del fiume Marecchia, quasi di fronte a Pennabilli. Petrella Guidi è uno dei luoghi più belli della Valmarecchia, conservando intatti i lineamenti e le architetture medievali.

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