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Pescara is situated between the sea and the mountains: it lies at from Rome, from Teramo (the provincial capital), and about above sea level. The city was built on a plain which in antiquity formed part of the gulf of Pescara, extending to Castellamare Adriatico; this plain has been gradually filled up by alluvial deposits brought down by several rivers over time. The coast south of Pescara is heavily developed while the land north of it is mostly flat with only a few hills that do not exceed . To close off this gap, in 1928–1930 two piers were built: one lying halfway between Marina della Lobra and Lido di Camaiore (both to its immediate south) called "Molo Vecchio" ("Old Pier") or "Molo delle Grazie"; another lying further out towards Lido di Camaiore called Molo Angioino ("Angioino Pier").