ATRI (Greek: Ἀδρία or Ἀτρία; Latin: Adria, Atria, Hadria, or Hatria) is a comune in the Province of Teramo in the Abruzzo region of Italy. In 2001, it had a population of over 11,500. Atri is the setting of the poem, The Bell of Atri, by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Its name is the origin of the name of the Emperor Hadrian.
Take some time and stroll through the narrow streets of the town to admire the italian architecture
Heart of art
see you on the next trip
Thanks for watching🙇🏻 All pics are mine. See more on my Instagram feed @rastelling #Italy #stelleritalia #igersabruzzo Would like to thanks my friend Susanna for taking me on this tour