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In this panoramic position you can enjoy the view to the Monte Conero and the Gargnano. The whole center is made in brick stone. In the Piazza XX Settembre arrived and the Palazzo Podesta you can admire the Gothic - Romanesque-style.

In thePiazza XX Settembre you will find a beautiful wine shop.La Bottega del Vino where good wines and other products such as olive oil, honey and cheese are sold. La Bottega del Vino is open on weekdays from 16.30 to 21.00 pm, Saturday and Sunday and public holidays from 11.30 to 21.00 pm. Closed on Tuesdays.
The restored Teatro Luigi Merchant is fascinated with its richly painted loges, deep blue upholstery parquet rows and the beautiful ornates on the vaulted ceiling.

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The biggest attraction

Ripatransone biggest attraction may be said to be the fabulous view you have from certain vantage points in the city. To the west you can see the Apennines, north Monte Conero and south Gran Sasso and if the weather permits, Gargano, together 270 km away.

The narrowest alley

In Ripatransone you find also Italy's narrowest alley Il Vicolo piú stretto d'Italia, as it is only 38 cm. wide. The town has a main street with a few restaurants, shops and cafes.
Though, there is yet more to discover, many other narrow streets.

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