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The snow falling in these days reminds us the description of Abruzzo by the Italian geographer and theologian Giovanni Lorenzo D’Anania (Taverna, 1545 – 1609) in his Cosmography: “a country … so mountainous and harsh, where winters are so horrible, …
This photo gallery shows a snow-clad historical Spoltore after the early February 2012’s heavy snow falls.
The extraordinary snow falls of early February 2012 has given us unique images of a snow-clad Pescara coast. Where the beach encounters the Vallelunga stream and pine grove, the wonder of snow conveys Siberian fascinations.
Extreme weather conditions push the animals to make extra efforts to survive, but not everyone gets on…
The extraordinary snow falls of early February 2012 have covered Pescara and whole Abruzzo with a white blanket.