The Apennine Mountains (Italian: Appennini) is a mountain range stretching 1000 km from the north to the south of Italy along its east coast, traversing the entire peninsula, and forming, as it were, the backbone of the country. The northern mountains of Italy are Alpes

Appennino settentrionale - Northern ApenninesEdit

Appennino centrale - Central ApenninesEdit

Appennino meridionale - Southern AppenninesEdit

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