Marmore Falls, the largest man-made waterfall in the world. Cascata delle Marmore or more popularly known as Marmore’s Falls. Its source of water is the Velino River. This man-made waterfall was created by the ancient Romans.
Waterfall into one of the reservoir lakes in Val Daone, Trento Adamello-Brenta, Italy. In the winter the many waterfalls and streams freeze and are nicknamed 'crystal walls', turning this valley into a 'little Canada' for ice-climbers.
Corners of Italy ~ Majella National Park - The Maiella National Park is a national park located in the provinces of Chieti, Pescara and L'Aquila, in the region Abruzzo, Italy. It is centered around the Maiella massif, whose highest peak is Monte Amaro.