The Fucino agricultural plain is situated just outside Avezzano, L’Aquila. The result of the drying of a lake that dominated the Marsica, the area surrounding the basin, once worked by the Romans in the 1st century and by Alessandro Raffaele Torlonia at the end of the 19th century, the plain is among the most fascinating Italian agricultural landscapes, with numerous traces of the transformation from water to land, to be preserved and developed.

Il Fucino da acqua a terra. Tracce storiche della trasformazione di un territorio, dall’antichità all’epoca contemporanea.

Patrizia Montuori
2020

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The Fucino agricultural plain is situated just outside Avezzano, L’Aquila. The result of the drying of a lake that dominated the Marsica, the area surrounding the basin, once worked by the Romans in the 1st century and by Alessandro Raffaele Torlonia at the end of the 19th century, the plain is among the most fascinating Italian agricultural landscapes, with numerous traces of the transformation from water to land, to be preserved and developed.
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