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Montefalcone Appennino

Province of Ascoli Piceno

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A collection of photographs of Montefalcone Appennino

Montefalcone is a small village built on a high ridge at 757 m. a.s.l.

The population, very friendly and known as Montefalconesi numbered 527 at the last census (2001). There are a few foreign residents i.e. English, Irish and U.S..

The historic centre, mostly medieval, is built in local stone and hand made brick although some buildings have since been rendered in plaster.

You will find 2 bars, a bakers, chemist, post office, a general grocery shop and building has just begun on a small supermarket (Dec. 2006).

The village of Montefalcone Appennino offers magnificent views towards the Sibillini Mountains and southward towards the Gran Sasso of Abruzzo.

Photo: Montefalcone Appennino perched on the edge of a precipice.The church of S. Michele, Montefalcone Appennino.Montefalcone - view of the village from the crest above.View to the south from the church of San Michele.
The castle.View of the Sibillini (Sibylline) mountains from the belvedere terrace.Via S. Pietro.The church of San Pietro.Via S. Pietro, the main street of Montefalcone Appennino.The municipal buildings.Gateway to one of Montefalcone's historical residences.Photo taken from Luogo Felici.La Bella Farmacista. (Chemist)La Bella Parrucchiera (Hairdresser).The bell tower of San Michele.A Montefalcone street.The baker's shop in Montefalcone Appennino.La Bella Fornaia (Baker)Via Roma, Montefalcone.Palazzo Felici housing the fossil and natural histoty museum.Photo of Monte Vettore from the belvedere terrace.Montefalcone . The Bar del Falco.Luisa, la bella barista (Bar keeper), Bar Falco.Just a nice picture.Luogo Leopardi.Via Roma, Montefalcone.Via S. PietroMontefalcone Appennino - the cenotaph.La Bell'Americana.Luogo Leopardi.Church of (Chiesa di) S. Antonio da Padova, Montefalcone

Fontana di San FrancescoConvento dei Frati MinoriFrati Minori convent, Montefalcone

Montefalcone fortification



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