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Her grandfather, Renato Calesini said her father had gone to the devastated city in the snow-capped Apennine mountains to try to locate the student, who wears a hearing aid.
It destroyed 15,000 buildings around the city of L'Aquila, which has a population of 70,000 and sits about 60 miles north-east of Rome, in the Apennine Mountains.
The quake hit 26 towns and cities around L'Aquila, which lies in a valley surrounded by the Apennine mountains.
3 and an epicenter some five kilometers (three miles) outside L'Aquila, a town of 60,000 residents in the Apennine Mountains, Italian public safety officials said.
From there, I joined an Earthwatch expedition in tiny Ovindoli, Italy, high in the Apennine Mountains, dragging my younger son with me.
September 12 Glider-borne German paratroopers rescue deposed Italian dictator Benito Mussolini from his mountainside jail in Italy's Apennine Mountains.
He had ridden the same course the Tour of Italy had run the day before, with eleven climbs in the Apennine Mountains where Vittorio rides, all in time for lunch.
High up in the Apennine Mountains of Italy, at the foot of Mount Cervati, set like a rose quartz jewel, lies the ancient village of Monte San Giacomo.
Swooping in over the Apennine Mountains, Dave Scott and Jim Irwin plunked their lunar module, Falcon, down onto a narrow plain between soaring mountains and an ancient lava channel known as Hadley Rille.
horse cavalry units were sent to the Italian Apennine mountains for the use of pack animal skills for hauling supplies in inaccessible regions.
Now imagine that you are not in the Adirondacks of New York, but instead you are 4,000 miles away at the Abruzzo National Park in the Apennine mountains of Italy, a two-hour drive from Rome.
Julianelli helped fellow Christians hide Jews in a cottage at the base of the Apennine Mountains.