Limiti

Populated Place, Abruzzo Provincia di Chieti

Italy

Limiti

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Limiti is a small populated place located in the Province of Chieti, in the region of Abruzzo, Italy. It is situated in the central part of the country and is surrounded by rolling hills and picturesque landscapes.

The village of Limiti is characterized by its charming rural atmosphere, with traditional stone houses and narrow streets. It has a population of around 500 residents, making it a tight-knit community where everyone knows each other.

The economy of Limiti is primarily based on agriculture, with the cultivation of crops such as wheat, olives, and grapes being the main activities. The region is known for its high-quality olive oil production and the production of fine wines.

The village is also home to a small but active community, with several social and cultural events taking place throughout the year. The local church, dedicated to St. Michael the Archangel, is the center of religious life in Limiti, hosting regular masses and celebrations.

In terms of amenities, Limiti has a few basic services, such as a grocery store, a post office, and a school. However, for more extensive shopping or entertainment options, residents typically travel to nearby towns.

Overall, Limiti offers a peaceful and idyllic setting for those seeking a slower pace of life in the Italian countryside. Its stunning natural surroundings and tight-knit community make it an attractive place for both locals and visitors alike.

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Punch Abruzzese, Ditta Francesco Jannamico
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Sulmona, Sanctuary of Hercules Curinus, 2 The sanctuary of Hercules Curinus (see <a href="https://pleiades.stoa.org/places/413165" rel="noreferrer nofollow">on Pleiades</a>), on the slopes of Monte Morrone overlooking Sulmo (modern Sulmona; <a href="https://pleiades.stoa.org/places/433134" rel="noreferrer nofollow">Pleiades</a>) flourished from the Hellenistic period, ca. late 4th c. BCE, through to the Roman Imperial period, 2nd c. CE. A major construction phase involving the creation of a massive terrace dates to the Late Republican period in the early 1st c. BCE.
Sulmona, Sanctuary of Hercules Curinus, 2
The sanctuary of Hercules Curinus (see on Pleiades), on the slopes of Monte Morrone overlooking Sulmo (modern Sulmona; Pleiades) flourished from the Hellenistic period, ca. late 4th c. BCE, through to the Roman Imperial period, 2nd c. CE. A major construction phase involving the creation of a massive terrace dates to the Late Republican period in the early 1st c. BCE.
Sulmona, Sanctuary of Hercules Curinus, 1 The sanctuary of Hercules Curinus (see <a href="https://pleiades.stoa.org/places/413165" rel="noreferrer nofollow">on Pleiades</a>), on the slopes of Monte Morrone overlooking Sulmo (modern Sulmona; <a href="https://pleiades.stoa.org/places/433134" rel="noreferrer nofollow">Pleiades</a>) flourished from the Hellenistic period, ca. late 4th c. BCE, through to the Roman Imperial period, 2nd c. CE. A major construction phase involving the creation of a massive terrace dates to the Late Republican period in the early 1st c. BCE.
Sulmona, Sanctuary of Hercules Curinus, 1
The sanctuary of Hercules Curinus (see on Pleiades), on the slopes of Monte Morrone overlooking Sulmo (modern Sulmona; Pleiades) flourished from the Hellenistic period, ca. late 4th c. BCE, through to the Roman Imperial period, 2nd c. CE. A major construction phase involving the creation of a massive terrace dates to the Late Republican period in the early 1st c. BCE.
Sulmona, Sanctuary of Hercules Curinus, 3 The sanctuary of Hercules Curinus (see <a href="https://pleiades.stoa.org/places/413165" rel="noreferrer nofollow">on Pleiades</a>), on the slopes of Monte Morrone overlooking Sulmo (modern Sulmona; <a href="https://pleiades.stoa.org/places/433134" rel="noreferrer nofollow">Pleiades</a>) flourished from the Hellenistic period, ca. late 4th c. BCE, through to the Roman Imperial period, 2nd c. CE. A major construction phase involving the creation of a massive terrace dates to the Late Republican period in the early 1st c. BCE.
Sulmona, Sanctuary of Hercules Curinus, 3
The sanctuary of Hercules Curinus (see on Pleiades), on the slopes of Monte Morrone overlooking Sulmo (modern Sulmona; Pleiades) flourished from the Hellenistic period, ca. late 4th c. BCE, through to the Roman Imperial period, 2nd c. CE. A major construction phase involving the creation of a massive terrace dates to the Late Republican period in the early 1st c. BCE.
Sulmona, Sanctuary of Hercules Curinus, 4 The sanctuary of Hercules Curinus (see <a href="https://pleiades.stoa.org/places/413165" rel="noreferrer nofollow">on Pleiades</a>), on the slopes of Monte Morrone overlooking Sulmo (modern Sulmona; <a href="https://pleiades.stoa.org/places/433134" rel="noreferrer nofollow">Pleiades</a>) flourished from the Hellenistic period, ca. late 4th c. BCE, through to the Roman Imperial period, 2nd c. CE. A major construction phase involving the creation of a massive terrace dates to the Late Republican period in the early 1st c. BCE.
Sulmona, Sanctuary of Hercules Curinus, 4
The sanctuary of Hercules Curinus (see on Pleiades), on the slopes of Monte Morrone overlooking Sulmo (modern Sulmona; Pleiades) flourished from the Hellenistic period, ca. late 4th c. BCE, through to the Roman Imperial period, 2nd c. CE. A major construction phase involving the creation of a massive terrace dates to the Late Republican period in the early 1st c. BCE.
Sulmona, Sanctuary of Hercules Curinus, 5 The sanctuary of Hercules Curinus (see <a href="https://pleiades.stoa.org/places/413165" rel="noreferrer nofollow">on Pleiades</a>), on the slopes of Monte Morrone overlooking Sulmo (modern Sulmona; <a href="https://pleiades.stoa.org/places/433134" rel="noreferrer nofollow">Pleiades</a>) flourished from the Hellenistic period, ca. late 4th c. BCE, through to the Roman Imperial period, 2nd c. CE. A major construction phase involving the creation of a massive terrace dates to the Late Republican period in the early 1st c. BCE.
Sulmona, Sanctuary of Hercules Curinus, 5
The sanctuary of Hercules Curinus (see on Pleiades), on the slopes of Monte Morrone overlooking Sulmo (modern Sulmona; Pleiades) flourished from the Hellenistic period, ca. late 4th c. BCE, through to the Roman Imperial period, 2nd c. CE. A major construction phase involving the creation of a massive terrace dates to the Late Republican period in the early 1st c. BCE.
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Limiti is a populated place in Abruzzo, Italy. It has a population of 95 and an elevation of 342 meters above sea level. It is also known as Limiti. Information correct as at Sunday 13th April 2014.

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Located within 500m of 42.13638,14.23241
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