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1 Bajardo
2 Monte Bignone, 1299m
3 Monte Caggio, 1090m
4 Perinaldo
5 Monte Grammondo (I-F), 1378m
6 Monte Mulacie' (I-F), 1328m
7 Monte Abellio, 1015m
8 Chiesa di San Martino

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Location: Bajardo (sp63)      by: Giuseppe Marzulli
Area: Italy      Date: 30 October 2016
SOLVED RIDDLE.

We are in an area that I like much, but very little known by tourists (who flock to the sea, but ignore the hinterland). In this pano nothing spectacular is seen, but the autumn colors are special and the landscape is typical of this area.

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Without any research, I have no idea at the moment ... but the first view leads me to think about the Apuan Alps ...

Cheers, Hans-Jörg
2021/09/22 08:13 , Hans-Jörg Bäuerle
I haven't an idea either. But it looks famously autumnal. Regards Peter
2021/09/22 09:14 , Peter Brandt
A very nice picture indeed. Unfortunately, I don't have much time to search today. Surely somewhere in the Appenines, but they are long. I don't think it is the Apuane, because they are higher and not with forest to the top. Cheers, Martin
2021/09/22 10:27 , Martin Kraus
Thanks everyone for participating. It is not in the Apuan Alps. The pano was taken at the end of October.
2021/09/22 10:56 , Giuseppe Marzulli
Everything would suggest that it is located in the Apennines, but...
2021/09/22 12:35 , Giuseppe Marzulli
My first thought was that it is not even on Italian mainland but maybe Corse or Alps Marittime. Second thought Sardegna. Third ... ?
2021/09/22 14:27 , Hans-Jürgen Bayer
It is in Italy.
Neither of your hypotheses is right, but one is close.
2021/09/22 16:39 , Giuseppe Marzulli
Let me guess once more ... Regione Liguria ?
2021/09/22 17:08 , Hans-Jürgen Bayer
Yes. If we consider that the Apennines start from the Bocchetta di Altare (Colle di Cadibona), the research area is not very large.
2021/09/22 17:16 , Giuseppe Marzulli
Large enough for me :-). Now to find the village on top of the hill with a nearby lonesome church beyond a road.
2021/09/22 17:46 , Hans-Jürgen Bayer
No idea, but very nice autumn colours.
LG Jörg
2021/09/22 18:29 , Jörg Nitz
Mi pare duro da risolvere con soli strumenti automatici...
Sei sotto Baiardo, sulla strada da/per Apricale in Val Nervia. Sulla chiesetta isolata, la carta online dice San Michele, ma potrebbe essere piú affidabile la carta cartacea IGC al 50mila, che dice San Martino.
2021/09/22 18:56 , Pedrotti Alberto
Per quel che mi ricordo, è la chiesa di San Martino.
2021/09/22 20:10 , Giuseppe Marzulli

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