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Termoli Molise Italy
Inside the Trivento Cathedral Molise Italy
Staue of Hercules Molise Italy
Ancient theatre in Sepino Molise Italy
Traditional silverware Molide Italy
Sandy beaches in Termoli Molise Italy
Fresh seafood Molise Italy
Countryside Molise Italy
San Giorgio Church Campobasso Molise Italy
Roccavivara Church Molise Italy
Inside Roccavivara Church detail Molise Italy
Madonna delle Grazie church in Riccia Molise Italy
Ancient tools from Termoli necropolis Molise Italy
Ancient amphoras from Larino Molise Italy
Ancient thermal baths in Porta Bojano Molise Italy
Termoli Castle Molise Italy
Frescoes inside the Gambatesa Castle Molise Italy
The traditional Scarciacappa Molise Italy
The palio delle Quercigliole in Ripalimosani Molise Italy
The Festa della Zampogna in San Polo Matese Molise Italy
Traditional embroidery Molise Italy
Handmade broche Molise Italy
Oasi WWF of Guardiaregia and Campochiaro Molise Italy
Characteristic Pianelle trees in Tufara Molise Italy
Butterfly in the Oasi LIPU in Casacalenda Molise Italy
Fresh cheeses Molise Italy
Traditional specialities from Molise Italy
San Giorgio Church Campobasso Molise Italy
Madonna del Monte Church Molise Italy
Terzana tower Campobasso Molise Italy

Molise

Molise is a region of hills and mountains which faces the Adriatic Sea, and is located north of the Gargano promontory. It is a continuation of Abruzzo’s landscape, and in fact Abruzzo and Molise constituted a single administrative district until 1963. Among the southern regions, it is one of the richest in waterways, which cross the land from the Apennine watershed to the Adriatic Sea. Other rivers, tributaries of Volturno, flow into the Tyrrhenian Sea, after crossing the region of Campania.


The capital of Molise is Campobasso, with its evocative tangle of historic streets and the fifteenth-century Monforte castle. The mountains are majestic, such as the Matese’s massif and the ski resort Campitello. On the East coastline, on the Adriatic Sea, there is Termoli, an ancient sea village where one can take a boat to the Tremiti islands
The rural life, the variety of dialects, the old traditions and customs preserve Molise as one of Italy’s last frontiers.

 

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