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Montelaterone-Castle
Tuscany

The village of Montelaterone belongs to the municipality of Arcidosso, in the province of Grosseto, region Toscana. The village of Montelaterone is 3,47 kilometers far from the same town of Arcidosso to whom it belongs. To the municipality of Arcidosso also belong the localities of Abbandonato (16,36 km), Aiole (2,58 km), Bagnoli (1,36 km), Benedettini (3,80 km), Capannelle (0,77 km), Capenti (1,56 km), Cappuccini (1,15 km), Case d'Orifile (1,02 km), Case Nuove (1,27 km), Case Panardi (0,95 km), Case Rosse (3,49 km), Corniolo (1,38 km), Fornaci (0,78 km), Giunco (0,92 km), La Palazzina (0,90 km), Le Macchie (2,81 km), Macchie (2,94 km), Pergole (3,96 km), Piane del Maturo (1,62 km), Pino (0,73 km), Rondinelli (2,95 km), Salaiola (4,27 km), San Lorenzo (1,13 km), Serra (1,46 km), Stribugliano (9,07 km), Zancona (2,10 km). The number in parentheses following each village name indicate the distance between the same village and the municipality of Arcidosso. The locality of Montelaterone rises 685 meters abobe sea level. The population of Montelaterone counts 283 inhabitants.

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