Majella National Park – Review By Travel Abruzzo

Majella National Park:

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The territory of the park covers an area of approximately 62,838 hectares, on a predominantly mountainous terrain. - Abruzzo - Italy - Copyright ©2017 TravelAbruzzo. All Rights Reserved
Pacentro is situated on the slopes of Mt. Morrone, guarding the entrance to the Peligna Valley. The most important architectural element is Castello Caldora and the hamlet perched. - Abruzzo - Italy - Copyright ©2017 TravelAbruzzo. All Rights Reserved
The largest and most important cultural center of the Park is Sulmona, the so-called "city of the Gothic", since much of the urban layout has preserved the medieval aspect of the 14th century. - Abruzzo - Italy - Copyright ©2017 TravelAbruzzo. All Rights Reserved
San Venanzio gorges is a major ecological corridor between the Majella National Park and the Sirente Velino Regional Park - Abruzzo - Italy - Copyright ©2017 TravelAbruzzo. All Rights Reserved
The hermitage of Sant'Onofrio in Morrone, literally socketed into the rock. This hermitage was home to St. Peter of the Morrone, who restored it at the end of 1200 before becoming a Pope Celestine V. - Abruzzo - Italy - Copyright ©2017 TravelAbruzzo. All Rights Reserved
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