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1 Monte Ugni
2 Maielletta, 2146
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4 1383
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7 Monte Camicia, 2564
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Location: Spoltore (218 m)      by: Pedrotti Alberto
Area: Italy      Date: 02-01-2016
This should be of medium difficulty.
I mean, finding the exact village could be not elementary.


Just to isolate the solution a bit: It is not Denmark, I guess.
(No clue, really, but the picture is fine.)
2017/12/01 12:02 , Arne Rönsch
But you would be a good candidate solver with such outstanding mountain climbs in sight.
Indeed, climbs that you hardly find within a Tour of Denmark, or even within a Paris-Roubaix or a Liegi-Bastogne-Liegi.
Next, you can also rule out Jura, Vogesen and Elbsandstein - namely, if this were the case, the picture itself would already have climbed to 15-20 ratings.
What are we left with??
2017/12/01 14:16 , Pedrotti Alberto
Montesilvano Colle 
or sth else in the region around Pescara?
2017/12/01 15:09 , Matthias Knapp
And just 5 poor ratings...
2017/12/01 16:32 , Matthias Knapp
Bravo Matthias.
Very nice ambience.
Ti proibisco di toglierla....
2017/12/01 19:17 , Giuseppe Marzulli
Beautiful motif and a fine place to look over the village and landscape !! Wonderful taken, dear Alberto.

Cheers, Hans-Jörg
2017/12/02 10:03 , Hans-Jörg Bäuerle
Do not take it off. It will remain a testament to how ridiculous is the evaluation system.
2017/12/03 10:27 , Giuseppe Marzulli
A beautiful pano indeed. In my first associations, I was lost between Italy, Spain and Peru and had no idea where to start the search.
@Alberto and Giuseppe - let's not take things too serious. This platform is about the exchange of places, views, light and ideas, not about competition. And, as everywhere in the world, familiar stuff is more popular.
Cheers, Martin
2017/12/03 12:13 , Martin Kraus
Hi Martin. We know that putting the panos on the competition is wrong. But when you see panos completely insignificant overvalued, while panos like these are absurdly undervalued, it seems right to point out the stupidity of the assessment.
2017/12/03 14:06 , Giuseppe Marzulli
I absolutely agree with Giuseppe - dear Alberto, keep your love for sharing the panoramas, we can't force anything here ... but one day, God will wipe away all tears ;-) ...

I'm on p-p and a-p because I like panorama photography! I rate a good and perfect work or a fine motif (short or long), independent of "skin color and gender" ... that's MY standard and that's what I described in my commentary on the Mont-Ventoux-Panorama by Jörg E. !!

Cheers, Hans-Jörg
2017/12/03 14:38 , Hans-Jörg Bäuerle
I don't agree. Partizipation of Alberto in this community consists only of showing his own panos and commenting and rating Giuseppe's. That's all. Tell me any reason why I should comment and rate Alberto's panos?
LG Jörg
2017/12/03 16:15 , Jörg Nitz
We simply state that the evaluations do not correspond to the real value of the panos. And that therefore the evaluations are not objective. And this seems to me a fact and not an opinion, which is indirectly confirmed also by Jörg's statements.
2017/12/03 16:56 , Giuseppe Marzulli
I also want to clarify that I feel very good on this website, because I learned many things and users are really good and passionate.
2017/12/03 17:12 , Giuseppe Marzulli

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