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Monte Nerone

Monte Nerone, 61042 Apecchio, Province of Pesaro and Urbino, Italy

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About Monte Nerone

The Monte Nerone is a mountain of Marche belonging to the chain Umbria-Marche Apennines, located in the towns of Apecchio, Cagli, and Piobbico, in the province of Pesaro and Urbino, which reaches the height of 1525 m  s.lm with a vertical drop of 1200 m from the valley floor. On the top you can find two refuges for refreshment and ski lifts with the summit manned by telecommunications facilities of the RAI and the Ministry of Defense , while the Fosso del Presale rises from the slopes .



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Monte Catria18.24km from Monte Nerone

The Monte Catria is a mountain dell ' Umbria-Marche Apennines high 1701 meters above sea level located along the border between Umbria and Marche, in the territory of the municipalities of Cagli, Cantiano, Pediment, and Serra Sant'Abbondio and the municipality of Scheggia and Pascelupo: it is the central and highest of the three main massifs in the area: Monte Nerone to the north and Monte Cucco to the south respectively, with the southern part of the massif which falls within the Monte Cucco Pa

The monastery of Fonte Avellana , dedicated to the Holy Cross, is located in the municipality of Serra Sant'Abbondio , in the province of Pesaro and Urbino , on the slopes of Monte Catria. Its origins date back to the end of the first millennium AD and are closely linked to the history of the Camaldolese congregation . The hermitage was perhaps founded by San Romualdo in 980 .

Passo del Furlo19.52km from Monte Nerone

The gorge or Furlo pass is a gorge located between Mount Pietralata and Mount Paganuccio, created by the erosive force of the Candigliano river, a tributary of the Metauro. Over the millennia it has reached a considerable depth, which however is no longer visible due to the dam, built-in 1922, which reduced the impetuous stream to a placid lake. It is located in the province of Pesaro-Urbino in the territory of the municipalities of Fermignano, Fossombrone, Cagli, and Acqualagna.

Gola del Furlo19.61km from Monte Nerone

The gorge or Furlo pass is a gorge located between Mount Pietralata and Mount Paganuccio, created by the erosive force of the Candigliano river, a tributary of the Metauro. Over the millennia it has reached a considerable depth, which however is no longer visible due to the dam, built-in 1922, which reduced the impetuous stream to a placid lake. It is located in the province of Pesaro-Urbino in the territory of the municipalities of Fermignano, Fossombrone, Cagli, and Acqualagna.

Palazzo Ducale di Urbino21km from Monte Nerone

The Ducal Palace of Urbino is one of the most interesting architectural and artistic examples of the entire Italian Renaissance and is home to the National Gallery of the Marche.  The building, owned by the Italian State, is located in the center of the historic village of Urbino, flanked by other monuments such as the cathedral and the Sanzio Theater. It is one of the most visited monuments in the region and is the site of museums, musical and artistic events.

Galleria Nazionale delle Marche21.01km from Monte Nerone

The National Gallery of the Marche is an Italian state museum based in the Ducal Palace of Urbino.  Its collections derive largely from works collected in the nineteenth century from churches and convents in the Marche region ; relatively few are the works of the ducal collections, which have been lost over the centuries. The most famous section is linked to the Urbino Renaissance, with two works by Piero della Francesca and others by the artists of the court of Federico da Montefeltro.

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Marche is a central region of Italy on the east coast composed of rolling hills and fertile plains at the base of the Apennine mountains. It is bordered by Umbria in the west, Emilia-Romagna to the north, and Abruzzo to the south.