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Esino, Province of Ancona, Italy

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About Esino

The Esino is a river in the Marche region of central Italy. It is one of the most important rivers in the región because of the size of its drainage basin. Since 1995, the area around the Esino has been permitted to produce red and white Italian DOC wines and it makes it a picturesque location.

Attractions near Esino

Palazzo Pianetti3.24km from Esino

Palazzo Pianetti is an ancient noble palace in the city of Jesi, in the Marche region. Today it is the seat of the Civic Art Gallery.  It was the ancient city residence of the Marquises Pianetti, a noble and prestigious family aggregated to the Jesina aristocracy since 1659. It represents the most significant of the buildings that belonged to the rich local noble families and the only example in Italy of the Rococo style of Central European influence.

Via Grotte di Frasassi4.72km from Esino

The Frasassi caves are underground karst caves located in the territory of the municipality of Genga, in the province of Ancona. The complex of caves falls within the Regional Natural Park of Gola della Rossa and Frasassi.  The complex consists of a huge series of underground rooms of which the first, which can be easily visited by the public, is the Abisso Ancona, a huge cavity that has an extension of 180 x120  m and a height of 200 m; it is so large that the Duomo of Milan could easily be con

Rocca Roveresca19.53km from Esino

The Rocca Roveresca of Mondavio is a Renaissance fortification. It represents one of the most important and interesting testimonies of Francesco di Giorgio Martini's military design activity in the Marche. The construction remained unfinished due to the return of the architect Francesco di Giorgio Martini to his native Siena and the subsequent concomitant death of both the client Giovanni della Rovere and the architect.

State Tactile Museum Omero20.43km from Esino

The Omero state tactile museum in Ancona is one of the few tactile museums in the world. The institute introduces art through touch, giving visitors the opportunity to see with their hands. Created to promote the integration of people with visual disabilities, it is a space accessible to all. The collection includes architectural models, casts and true copies of plaster and fiberglass sculptures, archaeological finds from prehistoric times to Roman times and original sculptures by contemporary

Lazzaretto of Ancona20.47km from Esino

The historical purpose of Ancona’s pentagonal building is as interesting as its architecture. It originally served as a quarantine station for contagious visitors.  Rising out of the port like a massive stone pentagon, the building has had a striking appeal for centuries. Over the years, the site has taken different functions, mainly as a military citadel since the 19th century. During World War I, there was a failed attempt to sabotage the Italian naval resources by 60 infiltrating Habsburg sai

Lake of Cingoli21.03km from Esino

The Lake of Cingoli is an artificial lake of the Marches created by a dam on the river Musone in eighty years. It is located in the municipality of Cingoli, in the province of Macerata, and represents the largest artificial basin in the Marche region, rich in aquatic fauna and migratory birds. The lake has an area of ​​over 2 square kilometers and a depth that reaches about 55 m near the dam.

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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.