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Rione Junno, Monte Sant'Angelo
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  • Three times I came back to this historical village, walking through its narrow streets and visiting the numerous churches and the castle that should not be missed
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  • It's a very particular, with its whitewashed houses and the many chimneys. You should definitely visit!
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  • The Apennine mountain Gargano cannot be said but in part as if it were, the part that you feel is not just from Monte Sant'Angelo from where, that is, just a very short walk to enter the doubt whether it's an island and not to land. But if we remain convinced of being in a village of southern Apennines here is that the appeal of certain districts takes a charming address (for the Italian tourist in search of ancient, so to speak, experiences and memories of youth captured by the stories grandparents.). The many shops in the neighborhood that expose ancient products popular as the "scaldatelli (taralli salted mixed with white wine) today manufactured by the food industry and available in every supermarket. Here I leave the interpretation of the place to the fantasy free of tourists.
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  • After the destruction of the other centres of the country deemed unnecessary by the old Government that's what remains of the historic centre of Monte Sant'Angelo. Of medieval origin, today has little of medieval, typically buildings are 19th century style Garganico. Definitely great to visit, with its chimneys, its narrow streets and colourful houses in white!
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  • Beautiful old town, from some houses you can see the sea of Manfredonia ... a place to explore if you visit Monte Sant'Angelo.
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  • One of the best parts of the historical centre of Monte Sant'Angelo.
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  • Beautiful place to visit.
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