Nature in Italy

Nature in Italy

Protected wildlife sanctuaries and parks in Italy.

Wildlife and birding in the Po Delta dreamy wood. Mesola wood is a nature reserve on the Po Delta, not far from Ferrara (between Goro, Codicote and Mesola). The Gran Bosco della Mesola covers an area of 1,058 hectares which...
Porto Flavia's characteristics make it unique in the world, and at the time of its construction it was an outstanding engineering feat. The port, built in 1923-24, served as mineral production hub in the west cost of Sardinian Sulcis area....
An impressive Etruscan road network, vertically carved into the tuff (sometimes 6 meters high), links Pitigliano, Sovana and Sorano, in Maremma, Tuscany. Originally, Vie Cave (sunken roads) linked Estruscan necropolis and settlements. Later Vie Cave or Cavoni, became part of...
Spectacular night-time images as Mount Etna erupts sending columns of ash and lava high into the air. The eruption was accompanied by loud explosions. Mount Enta is the Europe’s most active volcano. Currently Mount Etna counts five distinct craters. Eruptions started...

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Crucified like Jesus two thousand years ago | The second case...

A multidisciplinary - anthropological, taphonomic and genetic study - conducted in collaboration between researchers from the University of Ferrara and Florence has allowed to...

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