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Macerata is a city and comune in central Italy, the county seat of the province of Macerata in the Marche region. It has a population of about 41,564.

The historical city centre is on a hill between the Chienti and Potenza rivers. It first consisted of the Picenes city named Ricina (Helvia Recina), then, after its romanization, Recina and Helvia Recina. After the destruction of Helvia Recina by the barbarians, the inhabitants took shelter in the hills and eventually began to rebuild the city, first on the top of the hills, before descending again later and expanding. The newly rebuilt town was Macerata. It became a municipality (or comune in Italian) in August 1138.

Typically hilly, the climate is both Mediterranean and continental. The Adriatic Sea, which is approximately 30 kilometres away, and particularly the Apennine Mountains influence the weather. The elevation of Macerata is approximately 315 metres above sea level, so winter is particularly rainy and the snow is not so frequent and plentiful. Balkanic and northwestern perturbations may cause snow. Middle seasons are variable, and late snowfall and frost may occur during April. October is neither warm nor very cold. Summer is rather sunny, and sometimes the thermometer reaches 40 °C. Garbino is the cause, a hot wind from the hinterland. Summer thunderstorms are frequent in August during the evening, when the weather becomes quite unstable. Wikipedia

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Photo Gallery of  Walk 1– Piazza della Vittoria to Corso Camillo Benso Conte di Cavour
Approximately 1.68 km – 1.04 miles

The walk starts in Piazza della Vittoria – Viale Martiri della Libertà – Via Trento – Corso Camillo Benso Conte di Cavour – Chiesa Parrocchiale dell’Immacolata – Corso Camillo Benso Conte di Cavour – Piazza G. Garibald – Viale Giacomo Leopardi – Piazza G. Garibald – Viale Francesco Puccinotti – Giardini Diaz – Via Luigi Cadorna – Piazza Ugo Pizzarello – Via IV Novembre – Corso Camillo Benso Conte di Cavour

Photo Gallery of  Walk 2 – Piazza Guglielmo Marconi to Piazza Vittorio Veneto
Approximately 1.22 km – 0.76 miles

The walk starts in Piazza Guglielmo Marconi – Porta Montana, Via del Convitto – Via del Convitto – Via Giuseppe e Bartolomeo Mozzi -Piaggia Floriani – Via XX Settembre – Piazza Guglielmo Oberdan – Via Antonio Gramsci – Largo Giorgio Amendola – Piazza della Libertà – Via Don Minzoni – Piazza S. Vincenzo Maria Strambi – Via Don Minzoni – Piazza della Libertà – Corso della Repubblica – Piazza Vittorio Veneto

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