National Park of the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines

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The territory of the Tuscan-Emilian Apennine National Park covers an area of 58.348 acres (40.584 in Emilia-Romagna and 17.764 in Tuscany). The Park offers a remarkable wealth of different living environments, from beech to chestnut woods, and from grasslands to heaths of blueberry plants. The flower variety thrives in this perfect location on the border between the Mediterranean and the continental climate. In the Park, there are endemic plant species such as the Apennine primrose (Primula apennina) which grows exclusively on siliceous cliffs between 4.921 and 6.561 ft above sea level, the (Vicia cusnae), the (Festuca riccerii), and the (Brachypodium genuense). Other species of particular interest are the rush daffodils (Narcissus jonquilla) typical of the sunny grasslands at an altitude of 3.280 ft. The beech forest (Fagus sylvatica) is abundant in the mountainous belt of the Park between 2.952 and 5.905 ft above sea level.

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