Stelios Valtzis

Stelios Valtzis

Castelsantangelo sul Nera is an Italian town of 242 inhabitants. In its territory there are the sources of the Nera river and the beginning of the Valnerina. In the town there are four churches : the Church of Santo Spirito , the Church of San Sebastiano , the
Arquata del Tronto is the only European municipality located partly within two natural parks: Gran Sasso national park and Cyblings mountains natural park. The ancient history of the town is uncertain but a theory has it founded by the Romans as a road station on
Castelluccio is a fraction of the municipality of Norcia ( PG ) in Umbria, one of the highest inhabited centers of the Apennines. According to ISTAT data, the town is gradually becoming depopulated. On 30 October 2016 it was almost completely destroyed by a major
The Piani di Castelluccio is a karst- alluvial plateau of the central Apennines, located on the Umbrian side of the Sibillini Mountains, at the foot of Mount Carrier. It falls within the territory of the municipalities of Norcia (PG) (near the hamlet of Castelluccio ), Castelsantangelo
Forca di Presta is a road crossing, located at 1,550 m asl. It is one of the most characteristic and famous mountain places of the Ascoli province, deserving of particular landscape attention. General Giuseppe Garibaldi crossed the pass at dawn on January 27, 1849. Forca
The Pietra di Bismantova is a characteristic mountain of the Reggio Apennines, 10441m high, which stands isolated among the Apennine mountains. The area is classified as a site of community interest of the Natura 2000 network, and is partly included in the territory of
Barga is a medieval town and comune of the province of Lucca in Tuscany, central Italy. It is home to around 10,000 people and is the chief town of the "Media Valle" (mid valley) of the Serchio River. It is overlooked by the village of Albiano, a località of Barga, which in the
The Hermitage of Calomini is an ancient religious place found in the Garfagnana. The attractive architectural complex is situated at the base of a large cliff face, and according to legend it was built on the spot where a spurt of the purest water emerged from the
La Grave is a small ski resort in the French Alps, dominated by La Meije (3982 m). It was the birthplace of Nicolas de Nicolay; adventurer and Geographer Ordinary to Henry II of France. La Grave is visited by off-piste and extreme skiers. The vertical drop totals
Tegernsee is a town on the shore of Lake Tegernsee 747m (2,451 ft) above sea level. A spa town, it is surrounded by an alpine landscape of Upper Bavaria, and has an economy mainly based on tourism. The town is also home to a former Benedictine monastery, the