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Nature in Italy

Protected wildlife sanctuaries and parks in Italy.

A beautiful nature reserve in the Apennine mountain range. Calanchi di Atri nature reserve, in Abruzzo, presents impressive forms of erosion: the badlands of Atri, also known as Dante's pits, are landforms created by running water, eroding clay soils without...
Porto Flavia's characteristics make it unique in the world, and at the time of its construction it was an outstanding engineering feat. The port, built in 1923-24, served as mineral production hub in the west cost of Sardinian Sulcis area....
A small island full of history: Etruscans, Greeks, Romans, hermits, prisoners inhabitated this island for more than 3000 years before to become a nature reserve. The history of the island begins with the Iron Age. The Etruscans exploited the forests...
Porto Pino beach is located along the south-west coast of Sardinia. The 4 km long beach is divided in three distinct areas: two beaches and the dunes section. In ancient time, Porto Pino bay was a Phonician seaport. The ruins are...

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