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During the Pliocene epoch, about three million years ago, those who had observed the landscape from the top of the Chianti hills, would have seen an arm of the sea, about thirty kilometers wide, extend...

During the Pliocene epoch, about three million years ago, those who had observed the landscape from the top of the Chianti hills, would have seen an arm of the sea, about thirty kilometers wide, extend...

Karst is a distinctive landscape shaped by the dissolving action of water on soluble rocks like the famous Dolomite's mountains, Unesco World Heritage. The development of karst occurs whenever acidic water starts to break down the surface of...

Karst is a distinctive landscape shaped by the dissolving action of water on soluble rocks like the famous Dolomite's mountains, Unesco World Heritage. The development of karst occurs whenever acidic water starts to break down the surface of...

During the Pliocene epoch, about three million years ago, those who had observed the landscape from the top of the Chianti hills, would have seen an arm of the sea, about thirty kilometers wide, extend...

Karst is a distinctive landscape shaped by the dissolving action of water on soluble rocks like the famous Dolomite's mountains, Unesco World Heritage. The development of karst occurs whenever acidic water starts to break down the surface of...

Karst is a distinctive landscape shaped by the dissolving action of water on soluble rocks like the famous Dolomite's mountains, Unesco World Heritage. The development of karst occurs whenever acidic water starts to break down the surface of...

Karst is a distinctive landscape shaped by the dissolving action of water on soluble rocks like the famous Dolomite's mountains, Unesco World Heritage. The development of karst occurs whenever acidic water starts to break down the surface of...

During the Pliocene epoch, about three million years ago, those who had observed the landscape from the top of the Chianti hills, would have seen an arm of the sea, about thirty kilometers wide, extend...

The Italian town of Rapolano in the Sienese lands has been known since the ancient Romans who went there to take the thermal baths in its hot springs, and Rapolano Travertine rock was known since the...