Vesuvio National Park

Sep 17, 2019 442

Goethe once said once you’ve seen Naples you can die. Whether or not this is true is, of course, debatable, but what is certain is that one can’t appreciate the unique characteristics of the city or its people without taking into account that they live in the shadow of a mighty volcano

Mount Vesuvius, destroyer of Pompeii, is still active today and the Vesuvius National Park was created in part to safeguard this famous volcano. The park is also committed to promote scientific research and environmental education in this area, which is so rich in historical and geological interest. The territory of the national park has a unique natural and historical importance and produces agriculture unlike any other part of Italy.

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