Monte Martano

The mountain across from our place is called Monte Martano and is almost 2000 meters high (6000 feet). You can actually drive up almost to the top, where all the big antennas are. There are gravel roads to the top, and the military fort up there. From the top you have a wonderful view all around. Locals say you can see the lights of Rome on a clear night. 
This morning the fog still lays in the valleys below, waiting to be dissipated by the sun. 
Sent from my Samsung Galaxy smartphone.

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