The mountains in Northern Italy are the Alps, which also extend into France, Switzerland and Austria.
countries that make up the appenine peninsula are Italy and Vatican City
The Apennines mountains. (Mountain ranges on the lower peninsula include the Pollino, La Sila, and Aspromonte massifs.)
After the Romans had expanded into Campania, the Samnites (who were behind on urbanization) wanted to expand into Campania for better agricultural land as they had been living in the Appenine mountains up until that point. The Romans would not allow them to expand into that territory so wars ensued.
The Appenine Mountians, this answer is coming straight from my Social Studies text book :P
Dinaric Mtns (through old yugoslavia) and Appenine Mts on west (through italy)
1). Rome's Appenine mountains were less rugged than those in Greece 2). Rome was in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea 3). There were no small, isolated valleys like those in Greece 4). Rome had broad, fertile plains
White Mountains, Green Mountains, Catskill Mountains, Alleghenies, Adirondacks.
mountains are sweet mountains are tall mountains are pretty mountains are brown mountains are beautiful mountains are delight mountains are tan mountains are sexy mountains are cool mountains are awesome mountains are high mountains contains a lot of water
Some Irish mountain ranges include: The McGillycuddy Reeks. The Wicklow Mountains. The Mourne Mountains. The Comeragh Mountains. The Sperrin Mountains. The Cooley Mountains. The Knockmealdown Mountains. The Slievebloom Mountains. The Blackstairs Mountains. The Maumturk Mountains.
North Carolina Mountains, Colorado Mountains, Rocky Mountains, Bear Paw Mountains, Pocono Mountains and Appalachian Mountains.