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FVG013623 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
Leucodermis Pine on a starry night in the Pollino National Park. Pinus leucodermis is widespread in the Balkan Peninsula and is present as a post-glacial relict in Southern Italy. The oldest Italian populations of this species are located at high elevation in the mountains of Pollino range. In 1993 the a National Park (the Pollino National Park, actually the biggest one in Italy) was founded to protect those beautiful and unique trees from anthropogenic activities.
FVG013622 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
Leucodermis Pine on a starry night in the Pollino National Park. Pinus leucodermis is widespread in the Balkan Peninsula and is present as a post-glacial relict in Southern Italy. The oldest Italian populations of this species are located at high elevation in the mountains of Pollino range. In 1993 the a National Park (the Pollino National Park, actually the biggest one in Italy) was founded to protect those beautiful and unique trees from anthropogenic activities.
FVG013621 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
Leucodermis Pine on a starry night in the Pollino National Park. Pinus leucodermis is widespread in the Balkan Peninsula and is present as a post-glacial relict in Southern Italy. The oldest Italian populations of this species are located at high elevation in the mountains of Pollino range. In 1993 the a National Park (the Pollino National Park, actually the biggest one in Italy) was founded to protect those beautiful and unique trees from anthropogenic activities.
FVG013620 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
Leucodermis Pines on a starry night in the Pollino National Park. Pinus leucodermis is widespread in the Balkan Peninsula and is present as a post-glacial relict in Southern Italy. The oldest Italian populations of this species are located at high elevation in the mountains of Pollino range. In 1993 the a National Park (the Pollino National Park, actually the biggest one in Italy) was founded to protect those beautiful and unique trees from anthropogenic activities.
FVG013619 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
Leucodermis Pines on a starry night in the Pollino National Park. Pinus leucodermis is widespread in the Balkan Peninsula and is present as a post-glacial relict in Southern Italy. The oldest Italian populations of this species are located at high elevation in the mountains of Pollino range. In 1993 the a National Park (the Pollino National Park, actually the biggest one in Italy) was founded to protect those beautiful and unique trees from anthropogenic activities.
FVG013618 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
Leucodermis Pines on a starry night in the Pollino National Park. Pinus leucodermis is widespread in the Balkan Peninsula and is present as a post-glacial relict in Southern Italy. The oldest Italian populations of this species are located at high elevation in the mountains of Pollino range. In 1993 the a National Park (the Pollino National Park, actually the biggest one in Italy) was founded to protect those beautiful and unique trees from anthropogenic activities.
FVG013617 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
Leucodermis Pines on a starry night in the Pollino National Park. Pinus leucodermis is widespread in the Balkan Peninsula and is present as a post-glacial relict in Southern Italy. The oldest Italian populations of this species are located at high elevation in the mountains of Pollino range. In 1993 the a National Park (the Pollino National Park, actually the biggest one in Italy) was founded to protect those beautiful and unique trees from anthropogenic activities.
FVG013616 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
Leucodermis Pines on a starry night in the Pollino National Park. Pinus leucodermis is widespread in the Balkan Peninsula and is present as a post-glacial relict in Southern Italy. The oldest Italian populations of this species are located at high elevation in the mountains of Pollino range. In 1993 the a National Park (the Pollino National Park, actually the biggest one in Italy) was founded to protect those beautiful and unique trees from anthropogenic activities.
FVG013615 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
Leucodermis Pines on a starry night in the Pollino National Park. Pinus leucodermis is widespread in the Balkan Peninsula and is present as a post-glacial relict in Southern Italy. The oldest Italian populations of this species are located at high elevation in the mountains of Pollino range. In 1993 the a National Park (the Pollino National Park, actually the biggest one in Italy) was founded to protect those beautiful and unique trees from anthropogenic activities.
FVG013611 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
The moon rises over the Pollino National Park montains.
FVG006134 | RF
photographer:  Alfonso Morabito
Loricati pines on the Pollino at dawn
FVG006131 | RM
photographer:  Alfonso Morabito
Loricati pines on the Pollino at night
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