Le-marche

What to do in Romagna and le Marche
Monday, September 22TH, 2014 by
Pasta with truffles: a typical dish of all the places where tartufo reigns sovereign!   The Romagna area of Emilia-Romagna and Le Marche region share many a cultural and gastronomic characteristics. Bordering with one another, it is easy and joyful to visit both at the same time, especially if you...
Ascoli Piceno
Saturday, September 20TH, 2014 by
  Piazza del Popolo, the main square in Ascoli Piceno Ph. wikimedia/MarkusMark   Those visiting the Marche region of Italy will be delighted with a stop in Ascoli Piceno, a town that can trace its origins back to the days before Rome and is a great source of ancient and...
Shopping in Le Marche
Monday, January 11TH, 2010 by
Cantiano - Women in Medieval costumes Marche is a region in Italy which literally means in Italian "the Marches". The region had been named so because of the March of Ancona during the medieval times and the marches of Fermo and Camerino. The region is located in central Italy and shares a border...
Pesaro
Monday, January 11TH, 2010 by
Pesaro - The Prefecture Building Established by the Romans in 184 BC, Pesaro is a town that today bases its livelihood on furniture, fish and tourism. Located in the region of Marche in central Italy, the town is the capital of the Pesaro e Urbino province, which is located along the coast of the...
Macerata
Monday, January 11TH, 2010 by
Macerata - Panorama Ph. wikimedia/Abraham Sobkowski OFM   Macereta is a city located in the region of Marche in central Italy and the capital of the Macerata province. The historic city center is located on a hill between the Potenza and the Chienti rivers, while the modern part has...
Fermo
Monday, January 11TH, 2010 by
Fermo - Panorama The quaint town of Fermo is known for its remarkable views of the surrounding Marche region and landscape, as well as the remains of Cyclopean walls that can be found within its boundaries. Fermo is 319 meters high and sits atop the Sabulo hill, allowing those in the town to enjoy...
Ancona
Monday, January 11TH, 2010 by
  Marche - Ancona - The Port   The modern port city of Ancona is located in the celebrated Le Marche region of central Italy. The region has been gaining in popularity recently, favored for its untouched natural beauty and delicious cuisine, and while Ancona itself is not strictly a tourist town...
Montecassiano
Saturday, December 05TH, 2009 by
Montecassiano Montecassiano is located in the Italian region of Le Marche, in the Province of Macerata. The town is about 30 kms south of the city of Ancona and about 8 kms north of Macerata. This charming place is best known for its medieval buildings and architecture along with historic sights,...
Montelupone
Saturday, December 05TH, 2009 by
Towers in Montelupone Montelupone is an ancient village perched along the hilltop of the Marche region in the province of Macereta, located at a distance of 30 kms from the south of Ancona and 11 kms along the northeast of Macereta. This place is well known for its numerous historical attractions...
Corinaldo
Saturday, December 05TH, 2009 by
View from Corinaldo's walls This town of Corinaldo in the Marche region of Italy located in the province of Ancona boasts of some splendid historical places of interest. Corinaldo has managed to preserve some of the rare collection of art works and is known for some of its neoclassical and...

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