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Parco dei Monti Lucretili, Italy



cover photo by Stefano Palmieri  


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Coordinates : 42.057323,12.829354 (Open in Google Maps)

Subjects : You pass in a beautiful beech wood and the view from the top and from the tower of Monte Gennaro is very large and impact particularly at sunset! The peaks that rise are Mount Pellecchia, m. 1368, Monte Gennaro, m.1271 and Monte Serrapopolo of 1180 m. near Scandriglia and in the Percile is the presence of two lakes of naturalistic interest. In the flowering season you can see the Turk's cap lilies, zafferanastri yellow daffodils and the delicate storax, symbol of the park. In the eastern sector of the park with a little 'luck you may spot pine martens. Many birds such as the goldfinch, the greenfinch, quail, finch, the nightingale. Beech forests are inhabited by woodpeckers, cuckoos from the rocks while birds of prey such as kestrels and rarely from the kite and peregrine falcon, but there is also a pair of golden eagles. Are also nocturnal predators such as owls, barn owls and tawny. Amphibians such as the spectacled salamander, various types of newts and frogs, hosted

Recommended equipment : The equipment is definitely a good tripod, a wide-angle lens and a telephoto lens to capture some animals and of course a macro lens.

Best months : The park has aspects of interest throughout the year but surely the autumn makes it more dramatic.

How to get there : The North-Western Europe: From Rome and Rieti, through the Via Salaria reaching centers Palombara Sabina, Montorio Romano, Poggio Moiano, Monte Flavio Moricone Slope or South: Take the SS 636 (Maremma) between the Via Salaria and Via Tiburtina in Palombara Sabina, Marcellina or San Polo dei Cavalieri. East side: Through the A24 (Rome-Aquila) and exit at Vicovaro-Mandela take the Via Tiburtina or SS 314 (Licinese) reaching the centers of Vicovaro, License, Roccagiovine, Civitella and Percile.

Visits : The entrance to the park is free.

Notes :


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Sunrise: 07:27, Sunset: 17:14

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🌔 Waxing Gibbous, Brightness: 89%

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Teodora and Lira
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