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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.
FVG013614 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
The Peschiera river flows through the trees of the "Bosco Magnano" forest in the Pollino National park
FVG013611 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
The moon rises over the Pollino National Park montains.
FVG013608 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
leaves trapped in the ice in wintertime. Pollino National Park.
FVG013606 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
Winter landscape with some Leucodermis Pines. Pinus leucodermis are the only trees, in the Appennini mountain range, that can survive above the altitude of 2000 metres. They are tough enough to withstand the heavy snowstorm that are not rare there in wintertime.
FVG013605 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
Winter landscape in the Pollino National park: the beechwood of Piani di Pollino.
FVG013604 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
Winter landscape with some Leucodermis Pines. (Serra di Crispo). Pinus leucodermis are the only trees, in the Appennini mountain range, that can survive above the altitude of 2000 metres. They are tough enough to withstand the heavy snowstorm that are not rare there in wintertime.
FVG013603 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
Winter landscape with some Leucodermis Pines. Pinus leucodermis are the only trees, in the Appennini mountain range, that can survive above the altitude of 2000 metres. They are tough enough to withstand the heavy snowstorm that are not rare there in wintertime.
FVG013602 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
Winter landscape with some Leucodermis Pines. Pinus leucodermis are the only trees, in the Appennini mountain range, that can survive above the altitude of 2000 metres. They are tough enough to withstand the heavy snowstorm that are not rare there in wintertime.
FVG013601 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
Winter landscape with some Leucodermis Pines. Pinus leucodermis are the only trees, in the Appennini mountain range, that can survive above the altitude of 2000 metres. They are tough enough to withstand the heavy snowstorm that are not rare there in wintertime.
FVG013600 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
Winter landscape with some Leucodermis Pines. Pinus leucodermis are the only trees, in the Appennini mountain range, that can survive above the altitude of 2000 metres. They are tough enough to withstand the heavy snowstorm that are not rare there in wintertime.
FVG013599 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
Winter landscape with some Leucodermis Pines. Pinus leucodermis are the only trees, in the Appennini mountain range, that can survive above the altitude of 2000 metres. They are tough enough to withstand the heavy snowstorm that are not rare there in wintertime.
FVG013598 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
Winter landscape with some Leucodermis Pines. Pinus leucodermis are the only trees, in the Appennini mountain range, that can survive above the altitude of 2000 metres. They are tough enough to withstand the heavy snowstorm that are not rare there in wintertime.
FVG013597 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
Winter landscape with some Leucodermis Pines. Pinus leucodermis are the only trees, in the Appennini mountain range, that can survive above the altitude of 2000 metres. They are tough enough to withstand the heavy snowstorm that are not rare there in wintertime.
FVG013596 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
Winter landscape with some Leucodermis Pines. Pinus leucodermis are the only trees, in the Appennini mountain range, that can survive above the altitude of 2000 metres. They are tough enough to withstand the heavy snowstorm that are not rare there in wintertime.
FVG013595 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
Winter details of Leucodermis Pines. Pinus leucodermis are the only trees, in the Appennini mountain range, that can survive above the altitude of 2000 metres. They are tough enough to withstand the heavy snowstorm that are not rare there in wintertime.
FVG013594 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
Winter landscape with some Leucodermis Pines. Pinus leucodermis are the only trees, in the Appennini mountain range, that can survive above the altitude of 2000 metres. They are tough enough to withstand the heavy snowstorm that are not rare there in wintertime.
FVG013593 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
Winter landscape with some Leucodermis Pines. Pinus leucodermis are the only trees, in the Appennini mountain range, that can survive above the altitude of 2000 metres. They are tough enough to withstand the heavy snowstorm that are not rare there in wintertime.
FVG013592 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
Winter landscape with some Leucodermis Pines. Pinus leucodermis are the only trees, in the Appennini mountain range, that can survive above the altitude of 2000 metres. They are tough enough to withstand the heavy snowstorm that are not rare there in wintertime.
FVG013591 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
Winter landscape with some Leucodermis Pines. Pinus leucodermis are the only trees, in the Appennini mountain range, that can survive above the altitude of 2000 metres. They are tough enough to withstand the heavy snowstorm that are not rare there in wintertime.
FVG013590 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
Leucodermis Pines in a snowstorm. Pinus leucodermis are the only trees, in the Appennini mountain range, that can survive above the altitude of 2000 metres. They are tough enough to withstand the heavy snowstorm that are not rare there in wintertime.
FVG013589 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
Leucodermis Pines in a snowstorm. Pinus leucodermis are the only trees, in the Appennini mountain range, that can survive above the altitude of 2000 metres. They are tough enough to withstand the heavy snowstorm that are not rare there in wintertime.
FVG013588 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
Leucodermis Pines in a snowstorm. Pinus leucodermis are the only trees, in the Appennini mountain range, that can survive above the altitude of 2000 metres. They are tough enough to withstand the heavy snowstorm that are not rare there in wintertime.
FVG013587 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
Leucodermis Pines in a snowstorm. Pinus leucodermis are the only trees, in the Appennini mountain range, that can survive above the altitude of 2000 metres. They are tough enough to withstand the heavy snowstorm that are not rare there in wintertime.
FVG013586 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
Leucodermis Pines in a snowstorm. Pinus leucodermis are the only trees, in the Appennini mountain range, that can survive above the altitude of 2000 metres. They are tough enough to withstand the heavy snowstorm that are not rare there in wintertime.
FVG013585 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
Leucodermis Pines in a snowstorm. Pinus leucodermis are the only trees, in the Appennini mountain range, that can survive above the altitude of 2000 metres. They are tough enough to withstand the heavy snowstorm that are not rare there in wintertime.
FVG013584 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
Leucodermis Pines in a snowstorm. Pinus leucodermis are the only trees, in the Appennini mountain range, that can survive above the altitude of 2000 metres. They are tough enough to withstand the heavy snowstorm that are not rare there in wintertime.
FVG013583 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
Winter landscape with some Leucodermis Pines. Pinus leucodermis are the only trees, in the Appennini mountain range, that can survive above the altitude of 2000 metres. They are tough enough to withstand the heavy snowstorm that are not rare there in wintertime.
FVG013582 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
Winter landscape with some Leucodermis Pines. Pinus leucodermis are the only trees, in the Appennini mountain range, that can survive above the altitude of 2000 metres. They are tough enough to withstand the heavy snowstorm that are not rare there in wintertime.
FVG013581 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
Winter landscape with some Leucodermis Pines. Pinus leucodermis are the only trees, in the Appennini mountain range, that can survive above the altitude of 2000 metres. They are tough enough to withstand the heavy snowstorm that are not rare there in wintertime.
FVG013580 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
Winter landscape with some Leucodermis Pines. Pinus leucodermis are the only trees, in the Appennini mountain range, that can survive above the altitude of 2000 metres. They are tough enough to withstand the heavy snowstorm that are not rare there in wintertime.
FVG013579 | RM
photographer:  Vincenzo Mazza
Winter landscape with some Leucodermis Pines. Pinus leucodermis are the only trees, in the Appennini mountain range, that can survive above the altitude of 2000 metres. They are tough enough to withstand the heavy snowstorm that are not rare there in wintertime.
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