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[[File:AC2 appennine attack.jpg|thumb|right|250px|Ezio escaping Borgia guards in the Apennine Mountains]]
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[[File:RH 2.png|thumb|250px|Ezio driving the carriage through the Apennine Mountains]]
 
The '''Apennine Mountains''' is a mountain range that stretched from north to south, along [[Italy]]'s east coast. The mountains linked [[Florence]] to both [[Romagna]] and [[Forlì]]. Several hamlets, farms, and a church could be found in the mountain range.
 
The '''Apennine Mountains''' is a mountain range that stretched from north to south, along [[Italy]]'s east coast. The mountains linked [[Florence]] to both [[Romagna]] and [[Forlì]]. Several hamlets, farms, and a church could be found in the mountain range.
   
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the [[Assassins|Assassin]] [[Ezio Auditore da Firenze]] followed the artist into the range.
 
the [[Assassins|Assassin]] [[Ezio Auditore da Firenze]] followed the artist into the range.
   
[[File:RH 2.png|thumb|250px|left|Ezio driving the wagon along a mountain road]]
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[[File:RH 1 v.png|thumb|250px|left|Ezio meeting Leonardo in the mountains]]
 
There, Ezio found Leonardo alongside his broken cart, where he was attempting to fix the shattered wheel. The Assassin helped him repair the carriage, and caught his first glimpse of Leonardo's [[Flying Machine]], which was loaded into the back of the cart.
 
There, Ezio found Leonardo alongside his broken cart, where he was attempting to fix the shattered wheel. The Assassin helped him repair the carriage, and caught his first glimpse of Leonardo's [[Flying Machine]], which was loaded into the back of the cart.
   
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*The Apennine Mountains was the only location to be entirely devoid of guards and shops.
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*The Apennine Mountains was the only location in ''[[Assassin's Creed II]]'' to be entirely devoid of guards and shops, and to feature a piece from the [[Assassin's Creed soundtrack|''Assassin's Creed'' soundtrack]], entitled "Dunes of Death."
*The Apennine Mountains was the only location in ''[[Assassin's Creed II]]'' to feature a piece from the [[Assassin's Creed soundtrack|''Assassin's Creed'' soundtrack]], entitled "Dunes of Death."
 
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
<gallery captionalign="center" widths="180" position="center">
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Apennine treasures image.jpg|Map of the Apennine Mountains
 
Apennine treasures image.jpg|Map of the Apennine Mountains
Apenninemountains.jpg|Ezio and Leonardo being pursued by Borgia guards
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RHp3.png|Ezio and Leonardo being pursued by Borgia guards
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
   

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Ezio driving the carriage through the Apennine Mountains

The Apennine Mountains is a mountain range that stretched from north to south, along Italy's east coast. The mountains linked Florence to both Romagna and Forlì. Several hamlets, farms, and a church could be found in the mountain range.

Renaissance

In 1480, Leonardo da Vinci was offered a commission in Venice, and thus took a carriage into the Apennine Mountains during his journey from Florence to the port in Romagna. After assassinating Jacopo de' Pazzi, the Assassin Ezio Auditore da Firenze followed the artist into the range.

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Ezio meeting Leonardo in the mountains

There, Ezio found Leonardo alongside his broken cart, where he was attempting to fix the shattered wheel. The Assassin helped him repair the carriage, and caught his first glimpse of Leonardo's Flying Machine, which was loaded into the back of the cart.

Together they set off for Forlì, from where they would take a boat to Venice. However, Borgia guards on horseback pursued them through the range, setting fires in front of them, and attempting to board the carriage itself.

The two managed to evade their attempts, and upon reaching the mountain range's end, Ezio told Leonardo to go ahead in the carriage, while he stayed to take care of the guards.

Trivia

Gallery

Reference

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