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  • most beautiful places in Abruzzo
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    Abruzzo: the 11 most beautiful places

    The Abruzzo (Abruzzo in Italian) is known as the 'Green Region of Europe'. Not surprising when you know that they are home to no fewer than 3 national parks, old forests, high mountains and hilly landscapes. But the Abruzzo also offers beautiful beaches along the Adriatic coast, while inland you can visit towns with an ancient […] More

  • Camp Emperor
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    Campo Imperatore: mountaineering and wild west in Abruzzo

    Not everyone in Italy is sighing under the corona crisis. For example, the region of Abruzzo (Abruzzo), which is largely dependent on tourism, has also benefited from the lockdown and the impending quarantine measures. For many Italians, 'the corona' was a reason to stay in their own country. Thus it could happen that the […] More

  • VIDEO: crowdfunding for camping in Abruzzo a great success
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    VIDEO: crowdfunding for camping in Abruzzo a great success

    Camping Rocca di Sotto seems saved. The campground and farm, owned by a Dutch couple, was hit hard by heavy snowfall and a series of earthquakes. But in two weeks' time, a crowdfunding campaign via the internet already raised almost twenty thousand euros. With that money, an emergency house can be built on the site, says an exuberant Willeke Luinge. […] More

  • Hotel with thirty guests collapsed after Italy avalanche
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    Avalanche wipes out Rigopiano hotel in Farindola

    Seven people have been found alive in the rubble of the Rigopiano hotel in Abruzzo. The hotel was buried under an avalanche on Wednesday after three major earthquakes in the area. So far, three bodies have been recovered by rescuers. Twenty other hotel guests are still missing. Among the survivors would also be a child. […] More

  • wine fountain in Italy
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    Free wine fountain opens in Italy

    Free and for nothing, as much red wine as you want! It is possible in Caldari di Ortona, where a wine fountain was recently opened. What's better than wine? Free wine in unlimited quantity of course! In Italy, they thought the same and decided to create a wine fountain, which will be open seven days a […] More

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