Rome -----> Panni

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Rome -----> Panni

Postby PepinoMattioli » 30 Sep 2005, 01:58

Ok so i will be in Rome for 2 days in Marc, i need to know how far it is from Rome to Panni. I know Italy is big, but this may be the only chance to see where Im from. Does anyone know. Is there a mapquest type thing for italy that i can go to.?

ANy help is appreciated.

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Re: Rome -----> Panni

Postby ricbru » 30 Sep 2005, 02:17

Joe,
Rome is 308 km far away from Panni, less than 200 miles

http://www.tuttocitta.it/tc/mappa.jsp?com1=roma+(rm)&to1=&civ1=&com2=panni+(fg)&to2=&civ2=&rg=14&pv=fg&cx=13.88413&cy=41.55866&lx=12.49353&ly=41.89504&ex=15.27475&ey=41.22228&z=850.0&rtg=C&d=1

I hope ir helps, bye ricbru
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Re: Rome -----> Panni

Postby wldspirit » 30 Sep 2005, 02:22

I use the following site to map distance, time, streets, ect.,
http://www.viamichelin.com/viamichelin/ ... mePage.htm
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Re: Rome -----> Panni

Postby ricbru » 30 Sep 2005, 02:40

From Rome to Foggia by train

http://orario.trenitalia.com/b2c/TimeTable

From Foggia to Panni
bus timetable
FOGGIA-PANNI (Taverna ) ore 12.30 - 14.00 - 18.50

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Re: Rome -----> Panni

Postby PepinoMattioli » 03 Oct 2005, 15:19

thank you, ill check that sight, there are a few other places i want to go too...hopefully in march i will have soem good pix for all of you
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Re: Rome -----> Panni

Postby DeliBoy » 12 Oct 2005, 02:45

Try out this site:

ww3.atlanteitaliano.it/atlante/default2.htm

The maps are fairly average, not as good as the other sites mentioned by other posters. However, you can swap the map view for an aerial photo view. The quality around Panni / Bovino / Deliceto is about as good as Google Earth gives for New York / London / Rome.

Perhaps I should warn you all that all the instructions are Italian only, and that you have to install a plug in to get it to work. Believe me though, it is well worth the hassle.
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