Gran Sasso d'Italia

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The Gran Sasso d'Italia is the highest massif of the Apennines, rising to a height of 2.914 m at the Corno Grande peak. To the north, it is enclosed by the river Vomano, and to the south by the Aterno-Pescara and is included in the provinces of Teramo and Aquila. There is little woodland and on the massif itself, the cultivated areas (cereals, potatoes) reach fairly high altitudes (1900 m) and, higher up, are substituted by pasturelands. There is very little hydrography due to the karst phenomena: the only permanent water course a is the Rajale. There are numerous mountain-hut refuges as well as tourist facilities, especially at Campo Imperatore.

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