Morge della Penna

Populated Place, Abruzzo Provincia di Chieti

Italy

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Morge della Penna is a populated place in Abruzzo, Italy. It has a population of 38 and an elevation of 542 meters above sea level. It is also known as Morge della Penna. Information correct as at Sunday 13th April 2014.

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Heiss wie ein Vulkan
Heiss wie ein Vulkan
Heiss wie ein Vulkan
Heiss wie ein Vulkan
Heiss wie ein Vulkan
Heiss wie ein Vulkan
Heiss wie ein Vulkan
Heiss wie ein Vulkan
Heiss wie ein Vulkan
Heiss wie ein Vulkan
Heiss wie ein Vulkan
Heiss wie ein Vulkan
Punch Abruzzese, Ditta Francesco Jannamico
Punch Abruzzese, Ditta Francesco Jannamico
A blossom
A blossom
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, 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, 7 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, 7
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, 10 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, 10
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, 12 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, 12
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, 13 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, 13
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, 14 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, 14
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, 17 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, 17
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, 16 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, 16
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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Lat/Long: 42.0685164/14.2843577
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Lat/Long: 42.071366/14.2815659
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