Monti della Lunigiana   (4,0 based on 18 ratings)    viewed: 478x
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1 Monte Molinatico, 1550m
2 Monte Pelata, 1426m
3 (Passo della Cisa)
4 Ponzanello
5 Castello di Ponzanello (riuns)
6 Monte Braiola, 1818m
7 Monte Orsaro, 1831m
8 Monte Marmagna, 1852m
9 Groppo
10 Monte Aquila, 1775m
11 Monte Brusa, 1794m
12 Monte Matto, 1837m
13 Monte Sillara, 1861m
14 Monte Losanna, 1856m
15 Olivola
16 Bastia
17 Monte Bocco, 1790m
18 (Passo Lagastrello)
19 Monte Giogo, 1518m
20 Agnino
21 Punta Buffanaro, 1882m
22 Alpe di Succiso, 2016m
23 Monte Casarola, 1979m
24 Sassalbo
25 Fivizzano
26 Passo del Cerreto, 1261m
27 Monte la Nuda, 1893m
28 Cima Belfiore, 1811m


Location: Fosdinovo (Ponzanello)      by: Giuseppe Marzulli
Area: Italy      Date: 9 December 2017
The Lunigiana is a historical territory of Italy. It is a mountainous region dissected by the Magra river, covers an area which runs from the Apennines to the Mediterranean Sea, now belongs in part to Tuscany and in part to Liguria. It takes its name from Luni, a Roman town, perhaps pre-dated by an Etruscan settlement.
During the Middle Ages, it was famous for the number of its castles. There were about 160 castles in Lunigiana, almost all small.


Once more, a very nice view. Maybe a bit dark. Cheers, Martin
2017/12/18 20:48, Martin Kraus
Hi Martin. I could say that I like to broaden my horizons ;-)
Not everyone likes to broaden their horizons.
I cleared the pano, but very slightly.
2017/12/18 21:01, Giuseppe Marzulli
Very nice light and shadow of the mountain.
2017/12/19 16:17, Friedemann Dittrich

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