With its medieval hilltop towns, lush countryside, hearty cuisine and longstanding traditions, Le Marche is region that deserves to be recognized for its own history and cultural identity. That's all of Italy wrapped up into one region. Here is a list of 30 must-places.
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The Capuchin Friary, Fossombrone - Fortress, Fossombrone- The Passionei Library, Fossombrone - Forum Sempronii Archaeological Park
On 19th April 1784 Monsignor Benedetto Passionei bequeathed his library to Fossombrone in behalf of the young fond of studying.
He was born in Fossombrone in...
The Fossombrone Fortress is located on the St. Aldebrando Hill and it was one of the buildings of the Duchy of Urbino to protect the Metauro Valley and...
The Capuchin Friary are located on the Hill of San Giovanni. This was one of the first Capuchin friaries, founded by Ludovico and Raffaele Tenaglia in the...
The archaeological zone occupies a large basin terrace on the left of Metauro and bounded to the west of the ditch of Cesana (or Rio di San Martino), along the...
Just 20 km away from the beaches of Fano and from Urbino, the homeland of Renaissance, there is Evolution Camp Village, in an area immersed in the lush green...
Furlo Gorge Nature Reserve covers an area of 3.626,94 hectares of protected land. It was established in 2004. The towns included in the reserve are:...
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