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What happens if Mount Vesuvius erupts again?

“The Vesuvius is in front of me. Now it is blazing and smoking. What an extraordinary sight! imagine an enormous firework that does not stop for even a minute” Nicolaj V. Gogol’, 1838

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Weird Italy majella-nature-reserve Biggest wildlife sanctuary in Italy: Majella National Park Featured Magazine Nature in Italy What to see in Italy  wildlife pescara mountains monte amaro massif majella maiella nature reserve Maiella National Park chieti abruzzo

Biggest wildlife sanctuary in Italy: Majella National Park

Maiella (or Majella) National Park (Chieti, L’Aquila, Abruzzo) is a mountain nature reserve centered around the Maiella calcareous massif.

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Weird Italy vie-cave Vie Cave: Ancient paths of Etruscan people carved into the rocks Featured Italian History Magazine Nature in Italy What to see in Italy  vie cave via clodia tuscany sunken roads sovana sorano roman pitigliano maremma history grosseto etruscan etruria cavoni

Vie Cave: Ancient paths of Etruscan people carved into the rocks

An impressive Etruscan road network, vertically carved into the tuff (sometimes 6 meters high), links Pitigliano, Sovana and Sorano, in Maremma, Tuscany.

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Fairy Garden of Ninfa in Sermoneta

Garden of Ninfa is a beautiful park not far from Sermoneta, Lazio. The garden includes the remains of the ancient city of Ninfa, perhaps founded by the Volscians at the feet of the Monti Lepini.

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