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A region of Italy: 10,494 square kilometers. 2003 population: 1,273,000. Capital: L'Aquila.
zzz. It is the Via Strinella, a street in L'Aquila, in the Abruzzo (central Italy).

The Via Strinella is one of the most important streets of L'Aquila,
the region's capital.

The Abruzzo (also: the Abruzzi) is one of the more sparsely inhabited areas of Italy. The region is divided into 4 provinces, three of which are coastal.

[image ALT: A medieval fountain in L'Aquila (Abruzzo, central Italy).]

L'Aquila Province is the only Abruzzese province I've visited, and that pretty briefly; still, I have some material of my own, and a scholar­ly article on the remains of the Roman town of Carsioli.

[ 7 pages, 27 photos, 4 maps, 4 engravings ]

Other than that, I don't know the Abruzzo at all: you will therefore find yourself using offsite resources.

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