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  ITALIA - Planning Your Trip - Italy by Regions - Molise
It is a continuation of Abruzzo’s landscape, and inn fact Abruzzo and Molise constituted a single administrative district until 1963.
Among the southern regions, it is one of the richest in waterways, which cross the land from the Apennine watershed to the Adriatic Sea.
Molise stands out in the history of the Italian art, thanks to the cycle of ninth-century frescoes of the crypt of San Lorenzo in San Vincenzo al Volturno.
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  Molise, urne aperte per le Regionali Affluenza in calo rispetto al 2001 - Politica - Repubblica.it
Molise, urne aperte per le Regionali Affluenza in calo rispetto al 2001 - Politica - Repubblica.it
CAMPOBASSO - Urne aperte in Molise, dove i cittadini sono chiamati a rinnovare il Consiglio regionale e a scegliere il presidente della giunta.
Molise al voto per il rinnovo della giunta
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 Molise Region - Italy
TERRITORY: Molise is the youngest Italian region, since it was established in 1963, when the region "Abruzzi e Molise" was split into two regions, which, however, still today maintain a common identity both geographically and in their historical and traditional heritage.
Molise is mostly mountainous and the economy, in the past centuries highly dependent on the transit of shepherds and their flocks from Abruzzo to Apulia, still relies heavily on agriculture and livestock raising, though food and garment industries are undergoing a remarkable development.
In the 16th century Molise was included to the Province of Capitanata (Apulia) and in 1806 became an autonomous Province, included in the Abruzzi region.
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  Hotel Molise, Hotels Molise, Welcome, Molise, Hospitality Molise, Lodge Molise, Lodges Molise, Lodging Molise, ...
Amongst the regions with an ordinary Statute, Molise is the smallest and youngest of the peninsula.
The inhabited areas are located in the mountainous regions because, in the past, Molise was subject to Barbarian invasion from which the mountains provided a refuge.
The Molise region has developed remarkably during the last 10 years but notwithstanding this, the agricultural and artisan activities still predominate on the country’s economy such as copper working which is still one of the most lively traditions.
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  Buying property and real estate in Molise
Molise was invaded by Goths, Saracens, Byzantines, Langobards and Normans during the Dark Ages, and becoming part of the Kingdom of Naples in 1221.
Molise is a rural, arguable rather backward region and you’ll neither find the fancy fare of Lombardy, nor the pan-Italian fare of big city restaurants.
Calcioni is fried ravioli filled with ricotta, minced ham and provolone cheese; macche are baked slices of polenta sandwiching bacon or sausage; fruffela is a rich vegetable broth with bacon, garlic and chillis; musische is a sun-dried, smoked mutton, sliced thin and served with chilli and olive oil.
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 AllRefer.com - Molise, Italy (Italian Political Geography) - Encyclopedia
The main occupation in the generally poor region is farming; cereals, pigs, and sheep are raised.
Molise's few industries include the processing of food and the manufacture of clothing.
Molise was conquered by the Romans in the 4th cent.
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 Flavour of Italy Dublin - Italian School of Cooking Dublin - italian gastronomic products - Tours in Molise   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Today the olive cultivation in Molise still remains linked to the best traditions of the past and is a fertile activity practiced with modern techniques and with great attachment and devotion to the product and which maintains the quality and geunuineness of the oil and safeguards the envirmonment of the region and promotes gastro-tourism.
Molise, while being a small region has a great variations in climate and terrain which confers on the olives and therefore the oil produced a vast spectrum of smells, tastes and colours.
Moving from the sea towards the internal hills it is possible to appreciate the varieties of oil which range from the sweet to the fruity and from a golden glow to a range of green tones.
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 Molise: Free Encyclopedia Articles at Questia.com Online Library   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Molise was conquered by the Romans in the 4th cent.
MOLISE 221...southwest by Lazio, and on the south by Molise.
The Mezzogiorno comprises the modern Italian regions of Abruzzi, Campania, Molise, Puglia, Basilicata, Calabria, and the islands of Sicily and Sardinia.
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 Molise,Campobasso,Iserna,Italy
Molise is unique in that it is somewhat insulated from the changes that have overtaken the rest of the Italy.
The legacy of the Molise people is something called la transumanza, a huge human migration occurring at a particular time each year.
Many Molise dishes are simple and reflect the need to be cooked quickly, as they would have been by people on the move.
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 Italian Regions Molise   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Molise was both the name of a castle as well as the name of a local warlord family.
In 1963, the province of Molise became an official Region of Italy with the cities of Campobasso and Isernia acting as capitals for the two small provinces of Molise.
Pasta is a mainstay in Molise and is often served with a rich tomato Ragu of lamb or pork and a generous amount of Molise's fiery diavolino red peppers.
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 Molise
The name Molise (Mulhouse) was born in times of Frederick II But only since 1963 the region became autonomous being before it the part of the territory called Abruzzi-Molise.
The climate in Molise is rigid in the mountains that remain covered by snow for many months during the winter.
Molise is one of the less industrialized regions of Italy.
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 Regione Molise
Just as the twentieth-century industrial tycoons have invaded Molise, scattering it with formula-built Anytowns, so, over 2000 years ago, the Romans charged into the region, forcing the native Italic Samnite tribes to leave their small villages and live in equally formula-built settlements.
Forty percent of Molise is covered by mountains, and although they are less dramatic than Abruzzo's there are masses of possibilities for hiking.
At that time, many of the men of Molise had emigrated, and until they earned enough to send for their families, the women were left behind to work, look after their children, prayand survive.
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 In Italy Online - Basilicata & Molise
If you looked at a map, you might have trouble figuring out why people so often speak of "Basilicata and Molise." Nowhere do the two tiny regions touch each other; at their closest they are separated by a generous stretch of the Campania-Apulia border.
Molise sits on the "rear" of the Italian calf muscle, its eastern edge lapped by the Adriatic.
The beautiful region of Molise is so far off the beaten track that not even many Italians have ever been there.
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 ItalianMade.com - REGIONS: Molise
This small, sparsely populated region shares a gastronomic bond with the Abruzzi, its historical partner to the north, though the proximity of Apulia and Campania lend its foods a southern accent.
The region is noted for robust fare of authentically rustic goodness, specialties of the towns and villages that grace the hillsides from the short strip of Adriatic coast to the rugged heights of the Apennines, home of the ancient Samnite tribes.
The often overlooked region of Molise, which was once an appendix of Abruzzi, gained official status in wine in the 1980s with the DOCs of Biferno and Pentro di Isernia.
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 Molise - WOI Encyclopedia Italia
Molise is a region of central Italy, the second smallest of the regions.
It was formerly (until 1963) part of the region of Abruzzi e Molise (with Abruzzo) and now a separate entity.
The Molise region is almost entirely constituted by small towns, scattered on the mountainous landscape.
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 Property in Molise, Italy. Alghero, Cagliari, Oristano.
Molise is one of the cheapest of all regions in Italy to purchase property.
Molise offers 40km of sandy, peaceful beaches with a backdrop of wild and unspoilt hills and mountains.
Molise lies south of Abruzzo and north of Puglia.
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 Molise
Masciotta was a convinced and strenuous advocate of the administrative autonomy of Molise (this commitment is attested in the local press in the first quarter century, cf.
All this was happening in Molise, while instead in the other Italian regions, especially central and northern regions, with really century-old traditions, in those same years dialect poetry was substantially in decline: see, for example, Piedmont, with only M. Costa and G. Pacotto; Lombardy, with only Delio Tessa (cf.
The exception is, therefore, Molise, as confirmation of that "peculiarity" of its budding dialect tradition we proposed as premise to this introductory essay.
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 Molise - Molise Region Italy - seeitalia.com
Molise is the second smallest region in central Italy.
It used to be part of the region "Abruzzi e Molise" until the provinces were separated in 1963.
Molise food is uncomplicated, usual ingredients are vegetables, pork, and chili peppers as spices.
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 Molise - Campobasso - Iserna - About Italy   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Molise is unique in that it is somewhat insulated from the changes that have overtaken the rest of the Italy.
The legacy of the Molise people is something called la transumanza, a huge human migration occurring at a particular time each year.
Many Molise dishes are simple and reflect the need to be cooked quickly, as they would have been by people on the move.
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 ItalianVisits.com - Region of Molise - A hidden treasure
Molise, which after Valle D'Aosta, is the second smallest region in Italy, only became a separate region in 1963.
It is a hilly area, that sits on the Adriatic coast between Abruzzo (with which it was previously joined) on the north, and Puglia on the south.
The modern day visitor to Molise, an easy journey from Rome or Naples, will find a verdant and well-forested territory in which numerous small, medieval hamlets, and numerous castles, many still in exceedingly good condition, are nestled.
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 Food: Molise
Molise borders Abruzzo and the Adriatic Sea in the north, Apulia in the east, Campania in the south and Latium in the west.
Molise became independent from Abruzzo in 1963, but the cuisine in both regions is very similar.
Molise does have several unique dishes, though, including P'lenta d'iragn, a white polenta made with potatoes and wheat and served with a tomato sauce, and Calconi di ricotta rustica, ravioli stuffed with ricotta, provolone and prosciutto, then fried in oil.
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 Molise, Italy
The region of Molise, one of the poorest and remotest in Italy, lies in the Neapolitan Apennines (Appennino Napolitano) in eastern Central Italy.
Bounded on the north by the region of Abruzzi, with which it is linked by historical and cultural tradition and with which it was combined until 1963 to form the region of Abruzzi e Molise.
Molise extends from the karstic hills of the Monti del Matese (Monte Miletto, 2,050m/6,765ft) in the south- west to the edge of the wide Apulian plain in the east and the Adriatic to the north-east.
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Ristorante Molise is celebrating their 3rd successful year in downtown Amesbury.
Ristorante Molise is also committed to the communities we serve.
We look forward to your visit and are confident you will enjoy your experience with everyone at Ristorante Molise whether it is dining in or out.
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 Molise   (Site not responding. Last check: )
It is a continuation of Abruzzo's landscape, and in fact Abruzzo and Molise constituted a single administrative district until 1963.
Among the southern regions, it is one of the richest in waterways, which cross the land from the Apennine watershed to the Adriatic Sea.
Major Cities: The capital of the region Molise is Campobasso; Isernia is the capital of the other existing province.
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 Molise Accommodation In Italy. Holiday And Vacation Rentals.
The Palace Bed&Breakfast rises in the middle of the old center of the city of Venafro Next to it, on the Piazza del Cristo, stands the church of the same name.
The frescoed salons and the garden with its ancient palms and old-fashioned roses are at the disposal of the guests.
Tours can be organized by car on request and in addition to Molise tourist intineries, include the Amalfitana coast, the ruins of Pompei, the city of Naples and many other options.
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