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Abruzzo is a region in central Italy known for its rich history, natural beauty and cultural heritage. Situated between the Apennine Mountains and the Adriatic Sea, you can enjoy the beauty of the mountains and the tranquillity of the sandy beaches.

Historically, Abruzzo was an important centre during the Roman Empire and the Middle Ages, as evidenced by its numerous archaeological sites and medieval castles. Among the most important monuments are the Monastery of St. Benedict in Subiaco and the Cathedral of Sulmona.

Abruzzo is also famous for its nature reserves and national parks, such as the Gran Sasso e Monti della Laga National Park, where you can find the highest peak of the Apennines, the Gran Sasso. The region is a paradise for lovers of outdoor activities such as hiking, skiing and cycling.

The gastronomy of Abruzzo is rich and varied, with an emphasis on fresh ingredients and traditional recipes. Typical dishes include 'arrosticini' (lamb skewers), 'maccheroni alla chitarra' (pasta) and various cheeses and cold meats.

Despite its beauty and cultural richness, Abruzzo remains a relatively undiscovered tourist destination, giving it an authentic and unspoilt character.

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