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The European Diploma of Protected Areas was created in 1965 and is awarded to protected natural or semi-natural areas of exceptional European interest from the point of view of conservation of biological, geological or landscape diversity that have an appropriate protection status. The Diploma is awarded for a five-year period and is renewable. The award procedure is complex and rigorous and includes an on-the-spot expert assessment and annual reports.

National Parks

The European Diploma of Protected AreasEuropean Charter for Sustainable Tourism in Protected AreasAbruzzo, Lazio e Molise49.680 ha
The European Diploma of Protected AreasIUCN Green ListGran Paradiso71.043 ha

Regional Parks

The European Diploma of Protected AreasEuropean Charter for Sustainable Tourism in Protected AreasAlpi Marittime28.455 ha
Unesco Man and BiosphereThe European Diploma of Protected AreasMigliarino San Rossore Massaciuccoli23.115 ha
The European Diploma of Protected AreasMaremma (o Monti dell'Uccellina)9.000 ha

National Nature Reserves

The European Diploma of Protected AreasSasso Fratino764 ha
The European Diploma of Protected AreasIsola di Montecristo1.039 ha


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