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  • Mount Peglia

    Unesco MAB area since 2018

    The Mount Peglia Reserve is located in central Italy, at the confluence of the Tiber River and the Paglia River. The territory, an ancient volcano now extinct, is characterized by an elliptical system of hills surrounded on three sides by the confluence of the two rivers, between which Monte Peglia emerges. Its ecosystem consists of a large wooded area with an important presence of fauna, flora and mushrooms. These natural resources, used according to a virtuous use of the territory, give rise to economic activities in respect of sustainable development. Since the Middle Ages, local populations have developed methods of government of the territory as evidenced by the ancient statues of Poggio Aquilone, Civitella dei Conti and Rotecastello, examples of medieval villages in the area. The Reserve acts as a bridge and connecting point between the natural reserves of northern Italy and Europe and the reserves of the south of the country, with an ideal extension towards the Mediterranean and Africa.


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