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Porto di Numana - AN - Marche - Italy
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Il porto di Numana è un'infrastruttura situata sul mare Adriatico dedicata all'approdo turistico e al diporto nautico all'interno del Parco regionale del Conero. Il porto dispone di circa 800 posti barca distribuiti in pontili e alla boa. La profondità dei fondali varia da 1,50 a 2,80 m

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Uploaded: 09/01/2014
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