Colline Metallifere   51338
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1 Monte Soldano, 555m
2 Mazzolla
3 Poggio di Montieri, 1051m
4 Rocca Sillana
5 Cornate di Gerfalco, 1060m
6 Monte Castelnuovo, 858m
7 Larderello
8 Pomarance
9 Poggio alle Macie, 762m
10 Poggio Scornello, 306m

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Location: Volterra      by: Giuseppe Marzulli
Area: Italy      Date: 21 September 2019
If anyone is interested in knowing where I was this afternoon, he has to solve this...

SOLVED RIDDLE.

The Colline Metallifere (Metal-bearing Hills), visible in the background, are a mountain-hill group in the Tuscan Antiapennine. They occupy the central-western part of Tuscany.
The territory, with the exception of the Poggio di Montieri and Cornate di Gerfalco peaks, both above the 1,000 m, is mostly hilly, with a rich variety of minerary resources, whence the name. It also includes geothermic energy sources, part of which used in ENEL power plants at Larderello and Lago Boracifero.

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colline_Metallifere

Comments

This should also be solved by a non-Italian connoisseur ;-))
2019/09/22 10:25 , Werner Schelberger
if you double two consonants the name of the village at the left (behind the road) emerges from the name of a oil producing company well known to many north of the Alps ...
2019/09/22 10:35 , Christoph Seger
Anyway, you were in a very beautiful region of Italy yesterday afternoon - and autumn starts here as well !!

Un caro saluto a te, Hans-Jörg
2019/09/22 15:28 , Hans-Jörg Bäuerle
Mazzolla ....
2019/09/22 15:44 , Christoph Seger
Dear Chistoph, I realized only now that there was already a riddle of yours from this same position.
And there is also another, from the same position, of Christian Hönig
I think it's a record that is difficult to overcome ;-))
2019/09/23 00:04 , Giuseppe Marzulli

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