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Sella Sant'Agnese
Italy

La sella di Sant'Agnese è un ampio avvallamento prativo che separa il monte Cumieli dai contrafforti occidentali del monte Chiampon. Alla sella convergono diverse mulattiere e strade sterrate provenienti da Ospedaletto, Gemona e Venzone. Nota: sella Sant'Agnese è stata una delle location del film di Mario Monicelli "La Grande Guerra", le cui scene per la maggior parte vennero girate in provincia di Udine.

Copyright: Matteo Leoni
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 11916x5958
Chargée: 16/01/2012
Mis à jour: 13/08/2014
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Tags: sella sant'agnese; sant'agnese; sella; udine; venzone; ospedaletto; friuli; grande guerra; monicelli; location
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