- Sitting in the northeast zone of Italy s capital city, the Aniene Valley Nature Reserve is a protected area which covers about 1600 acres (650 hectares), following the Roman river of the same name until it meets with the Tiber. Accessible from various entrances which open up to Via Val d Ala, Via Tilli and Via M. Cingolati, the nature reserve is home to an array of vegetation, with tree species such as oak, elm, ash, willow, maples and other Mediterranean flora. In the confines of this large green space also live various animal species, including river crabs and crayfish.
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