Castel di Sangro-Abruzzo
Castel di Sangro is a city of 5,830 people (as of July 31, 2005) in the Province of L'Aquila, southern italy. It is the central city of the Alto Sangro e altopiano delle cinque miglia.

Geography
It is located on the Sangro River, in a valley in the Apennine Mountains, at 41°46?59?N, 14°06?27?E

Neighbouring communes include Roccaraso, Pescocostanzo, Rivisondoli, and Montenero Val Cocchiara.

History
Castel di Sangro was known to the Romans as Aufidena (a city of the Samnites).

Main sights
Basilica di S. Maria Assunta
Castel di Sangro Town Museum

Sport
The town gained some popularity in the mid-1990s thanks to the exploit of local football club Castel di Sangro Calcio

Quarters
Castel di Sangro is divided from six quarters:
Civita;
Stazione;
Colle;
Codacchiola
Ara;
Piazza.