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  • Miniera Della Bagnada

    Miniera Della Bagnada

    This video was released by an association of local municipalities (Unione dei Comuni della Valmalenco) with the purpose to make people aware of the existence of the Museum. Valmalenco is well known for its beautiful mountains and great ski slopes, but just a few people know it’s a very interesting area from a mineralogical point of view. The Museum also tells the story of the Valley before it became a touristic area. Other languages: http://www.youtube.com/user/ValmalencoTurismo

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  • Tinguatón – La Sima del Diablo

    Tinguatón – La Sima del Diablo

    Tinguatón-La Sima del Diablo (Devils Cave), is one of the 6 Volcanic caves in the volcano called Tinguatón. The cave is -43 meters deep and it is located in the village of Mancha Blanca (Yaiza), on the island of Lanzarote. Tinguatón was in its origin a shield volcano that had its last eruption in the early nineteenth century in 1824. Now it belongs to one of the many found off volcanoes and left behind six cave openings, being the number […]

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