Monte Carpegna, 61021 Carpegna, Province of Pesaro and Urbino, Italy
About Monte Carpegna
The Monte Carpegna is a mountain range of ' Tuscan-Romagna, located longitudinally northwest-southeast on the border between Marche, Tuscany and Emilia-Romagna, in the area Montefeltro. The Monte Carpegna nearby is a ski resort. The communal territory is included in the Sasso Simone and Simoncello Regional Park.
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The Sasso di Simone is a huge block of limestone that rises like a regular parallelepiped from the mountains of the Tuscan-Romagna Apennines, reaching an altitude of 1204 m asl and dominating the Montefeltro region. Today it is part of the Sasso di Simone Nature Reserve between the province of Arezzo and the province of Pesaro-Urbino.
The fort of San Leo, also known as the fortress of San Leo, is located in the municipality of the same name in the province of Rimini. It is located on the top of the rocky peak that overlooks the town of Leontine and dominates the Valmarecchia. In 2015 it registered 72 617 visitors. Since December 2014, the Ministry for Cultural Heritage and Activities has been managing it through the Emilia-Romagna Museum Complex, which in December 2019 became the Regional Directorate for Museums.
The Conca is a river in the provinces of Pesaro and Urbino and Rimini. The Conca is a torrential watercourse that originates at over 1200 meters above sea level from Mount Carpegna in the Marche region. The river forms the border between the municipality of Cattolica and that of Misano Adriatico. It receives two tributaries in the municipality of Misano Adriatico: the Fossa del Molino and the Stream.
Mount Fumaiolo is a peak of the Tuscan-Romagna Apennines, located between Romagna and Tuscany. It is known for being near its peak, a1 268 m a.s.l. , the source of the Tiber river is located. The Fumaiolo is famous for its imposing beech forests, the so-called beech woods, which can be covered thanks to a network of comfortable paths that can be traveled on foot and by mountain bike.
The Alpe Della Luna is a mountainous group of the northern Apennines between the regions of Tuscany, Umbria, Marche. It is part of the Tuscan-Romagna Apennines. The mountain range extends from the southwest to the northeast. The area is part of the Alpe Della Luna Regional Nature Reserve which extends for 1540 hectares with an altitude ranging from about 520 m asl to 1453 m asl, the woods cover 86% of the entire reserve.
The convent of Montecasale is a sacred building located in the locality of the same name in the municipal area of Sansepolcro. The complex retains the primitive layout of the oldest Franciscan convents, characterized by the juxtaposition of small buildings linked to monastic functions around a central cloister with large architraved stone pillars . It is a remarkable example of a poor architecture, made of local materials, inspired by the simplicity of life of the religious.
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