This chapter explores the Po Delta area, located at the mouth of the longest Italian river. Our aim is to read this geographical region as a site for cultural heritage by using the concept of the chronotope . We will interpret the Po River as a liquid chronotope that works on both a metaphorical-narrative and physical-geographical level in shaping the Po Delta area as a liquid landscape. Through Gianni Celati’s travel diaries, Verso la Foce , we tried to read the landscape through the lens of literature during experimental fi eldwork done in March 2015. In the chapter, we fi rst introduce the geographical context, its
Daniels S., Vallerani, F., Visentin, F.