The first autumn mists, on Mount San Giovanni, disclose the last trees before the summit.
At the end of the three-day event “Alchimia alchimie”, which are held annually in the village of San Leo, the fortress is lit up by a fireworks display.
The Montefeltro is full of badlands, areas where the absence of trees and vegetation has given rise to the landslide, with the final result of the calanchus. Yet even these territories have their own charm.
This is the fortress of San Leo, in an impregnable position in Montefeltro; In this Rocca, August 26, 1795, he found the death Giuseppe Balsamo, better known as Count of Cagliostro.
The whole city of Urbino was built with terracotta bricks, while the covers, including the Palazzo Ducale and the Duomo, with the characteristic “coppi”, which give the classic red color to the noble roofs.
In this image taken in the spring of 2014, is represented the high Montefeltro: in the center there is Monte Carpegna and immediately to the left the two unmistakable rock formations of Sasso Simone and Simoncello, which are the emblem of the homonymous Natural Park
Montefeltro is a hilly and mountainous area in the north of the Marche; not snowing often, at least not all the years, but sometimes, just some flakes of snow, can make the landscape particularly impressive.
An unconventional view of “torricini” of the Palazzo Ducale of Urbino; a masterpiece of Italian Renaissance building. The first noble palace, of the Montefeltro family, open to the city and not fortified.
Along the road 3 bis, on the top of a hill, the Cotogna Tower has been watching for a number of centuries the valley of the Foglia River, a border between the families Montefeltro of Urbino and Malatesta of Rimini, perpetually in battle between them.