Golfo di Manfredonia   32678
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1 Monte Vulture 1326m
2 Port of Manfredonia
3 Manfredonia

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Location: Monte Sant' Angelo      by: Giuseppe Marzulli
Area: Italy      Date: 2 June 2013
The Gulf of Manfredonia (Golfo di Manfredonia) is a gulf on the east coast of Italy. It is part of the Adriatic Sea. The Gargano peninsula forms the northern border of the gulf and the Apulian coast forms the southern border. The gulf is named after the town Manfredonia.
Manfredonia takes its name from last Swabian king of Sicily (Manfred of Hohenstaufen), who founded the town in 1257.

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Mi piace!
2013/06/08 21:36 , Jörg Braukmann
Your photographic South Italy advertisments are quite convincing!
2013/06/09 01:53 , Christoph Seger
Incredible viewpoint! Really good Panorama!
2013/06/10 15:32 , Sebastian Becher

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