(ANSA) – SAN GEMINI (TERNI), 25 JAN – Lorenzo Barone, the 24-year-old Umbrian who between 2020 and 2021 he first traveled the Siberian cold pole in the coldest months of the year and then the northernmost road in the world, again in Siberia. In three weeks the young man will in fact get back on the saddle to cross, once again alone, the more than 29 thousand kilometers that separate the southernmost point of Africa (Cape Agulhas, South Africa) and the easternmost point of ‘ Asia (Chief Dezhnev, in Russia).
Barone himself on social media announced the new project – which is inspired by the image of the “longest road in the world”, but modifies and lengthens its path. His tour will pass through three continents, 12 countries and as many time zones, for an estimated total duration of about 400 days. “Between 16 and 20 February, the date has yet to be established – he explains -, I will fly from Rome to Cape Town. Then I will descend to Cape Agulhas and go up to Namibia, Zambia, Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya, Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt. “. From there, probably in June, Barone will disembark in Turkey, then crossing Georgia he will arrive in Russia.
Barone’s new adventure will be financed by his own Yuotube channel and by the sale, through social media, of the photos taken during the trip. (HANDLE).
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