Tambre (BL) 07/31/2010 - Manrico Dall’Agnola has won the 13th "Pelmo d’Oro" award for the alpine culture. This important award goes to people who have contributed to communicate the beauty of the Dolomiti Bellunesi.
Manrico has climbed and pictured the Dolomiti and through his books, articles and calendars he has contributed to divulge the magnificence of these mountains.
Manrico Dell'Agnola lives in Mel, at the feet of the Dolomites in the Belluno area, and makes a living works as a photographer and as a creative in advertising.
He also works with magazines and firms in the industry and outside and contributes with photos and writing to mountain guides and other books. Manrico is a fellow of the CAAI and member of the GISM (Italian group of mountain writers).
In October 2002 he presented “Uomini fuori posto” published by Rocciaviva: his first autobiographical work, that gained considerable acclaim.
Manrico is also the author of 7 calendars and is currently working on his second book: “I deserti della mente”, an introspective work that tells of a series of lengthy experiences both vertical and horizontal.
For three years he had been editor of the estimeed magazine of the Club Alpino Accademico.