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Although this place is quite small, it’s well worth the visit. It’s beautiful, you can climb in to the grotto, it’s peaceful and you have numerous places to eat a picnic around the site.
The site history was only in Italian, which isn’t my first...More
If you love geology and want to see caves growing up in front you: go there!
In fact, here the water makes caves. But in the other way around: not by eroding but by building through precipitation of calcium carbonate.
It's a rare phenomenon that...More