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Parco e museo vulcanologico di San Venanzo. San Venanzo (TR)

Museo

Part of
Ecomuseo del Paesaggio Orvietano.
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Description
The Museo Vulcanologico is located in the historical city center of San Venanzo, a suggestive burgh in-between the territory of the middle course of the Tiber and Orvieto. The building housing the Museum is an early 19th century edifice adjacent to Villa Faina. The Museum of Volcanology and its adjoining Park deserve a visit both for the peculiarity of their collections and for the environment in which the museum stands. Among the most important finds that are kept and displayed in part of the itinerary, it is worth mentioning: a very rare kind of rock, called “Venanzite”—this rock comes from the solidification of lava—a dinosaur egg and the cranium of the Elephas Meridionalis—found in the area nearby. In the adjoining Park visitors can take a 2-kilometer tour, along which the history of this volcano is recounted and, among other things, they can admire what remains of a quarry—evidence of the ancient extraction activities in the area—where the stones for producing millstone were extracted [...]