Wednesday, August 04, 2010

Info on webcams in Abruzzo, Italy

(LAST EDITED/UPDATED: 13 December 2010)

Here are some links for webcams in Abruzzo, Italy:

    • Abruzzo – "A collection of the most interesting webcams in Abruzzo, Italy - Watch Abruzzo in Italy live: A perfect way to prepare your trip or holidays in Abruzzo or Italy." – Source: Webcam Galore – In English, German, Italian
    • Webcams Abruzzo In Italian Only Source: Viagginrete – "il portale dei tuoi viaggi"
    • Webcams in AbruzzenIn German Only Source: – In German, Italian
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That's it for Wednesday, 4 August 2010: mercoledì, 4 agosto 2010

Ciao, Ben

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Today’s quote is an Italian proverb from the region of Abruzzo, author unknown.
"Le fijie maschie e' lu crepacore de la mame, quille femmene e lu crepacore de lu padre."
"Male children are endearing to their mothers; female children, to their fathers."

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(LAST EDITED/UPDATED: 13 December 2010)

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