Where do giants like to sit? Why do tasty thistles have humps? And 3,vhat do dogs study at university? The World Heritage Site of Langhe-Roero and Monferrato is a trae gem of the Italian Piedmont region, selected by UNESCO for its vineyard landscape. It is a highly diverse area, where ancient rural traditions are combined with cutting-edge research and innovation. Besides its renowned food and wine and the ancient towns that dot its bilis, the thin veil of fog that often covers this territory also hides 111 unique stories and characters.