Winter in Castelluccio

A picturesque village – where only 12 people live during the winter – is transformed as the sun sets and it is lit by lamps. Castelluccio di Norcia, in the Monti Sibillini National Park, in Italy, is nestled between mountains including Redentore, the second highest peak in the park, standing at 2,400m.

Thanks to the 1m thick snow, the landscape is transformed as the sun begins to set. Redentore, the mountain behind the village, is coloured orange, yellow, pink and bright white as the sun sets.

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