Val Di Fiemme - the world capital of winter sports
The ski resort of Val Di Fiemme, located in the Italian region of Trentino, is well-known among athletes for various types of winter sports - professionals and amateurs, as well…

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Val Di Fiemme – the world capital of winter sports

The ski resort of Val Di Fiemme, located in the Italian region of Trentino, is well-known among athletes for various types of winter sports – professionals and amateurs, as well as their fans. They have chosen this wide valley, surrounded by wooded mountain peaks, for a long time – some for training and finding out which of them is the strongest at the given time, others – to look at all this and support their beloved team.

Sports have always been held here regularly enough, but recently, their number has increased significantly. Organizers of international and prestigious competitions are increasingly choosing this hospitable resort. So in the past winter season, in addition to the World Cup, Val Di Fiemme hosted the World Ski Championships. And in this, the Continue reading

Regions of Italy, a detailed description of the regions of the country

The administrative division of Italy has 20 unique and distinctive regions, combining picturesque nature, unique attractions and well-developed infrastructure. Map of the regions of Italy: The regional division of Italy with a schematic designation on the map 1. Abruzzo – the region of parks Abruzzo – is a modest in size and population area of ​​Italy with access to the Adriatic Sea, which is located in the east of the country in the heart of the Apennine mountains. The contrast between the snow-capped mountains and the valley sandy beaches, as well as the fertile soils of the valleys make this area a kind of economic corridor. This region is rich in grapes, olives, almonds and many fruits. Details of the region of Abruzzo 2. Apulia – a tale of the Lower Adriatic Apulia – the southeastern region of Italy, occupying the “heel” and “spur” of the peninsula – “boot”. This territory is washed immediately by two seas – the Ionian in the south and the Adriatic in the north and east. This region of the Apennine Peninsula is the least hilly. Apulia leads the Continue reading

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