Living and Discovering the Euganean

Geology in Euganean | Euganean Hills Rss

La Rocca is an obelisk of Red Hot Lava

La Rocca un obelisco di Lava Rovente Fin dall’inizio della geologia moderna, around the middle of the eighteenth century, The Euganean Hills are well known to geologists for the wide variety of eruptive phenomena which manifest. The volcanic origin of the Hills is evidenced by the conical shape of the major findings and acute, calling one of the volcanoes, sia pure privi

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Thermal events in the Euganean Hills

Thermal events in the Euganean Hills The thermo-mineral waters gushing at the edge, especially the Eastern, the group of hills euganeo are known and appreciated for their therapeutic properties since Roman times; currently constitute an important economic resource for the towns of Abano Terme, Abano Terme, Battaglia Terme and Montegrotto Terme, where have arisen and thrive impressive complex…

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Geology of Mont Alto

Gems in the Euganean Hills Geology of Monte Alto Famously, at least for scholars and lovers of geology, the Euganean differ from the regional geological context - Prealps, Monti Lessinian and Berici - for the volcanic rock formations originated by the eruption of lava acid in the underwater environment 33/35 million years before present. The…

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Geological Constitution of Monte Cero

Geology of Mount Constitution Mount Cero Cero (m 409) located between Baone and Este, dominates with its beautiful cone-shaped group of packages (Cero - Mural - Castle) located in the south west of the Euganean Hills. The broad-based southern slopes of the relief in the narrow valley of Valle San Giorgio, separating the…

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Geomorphology Este

& Nbsp; Geomorphology Este Este The territory is characterized by two fundamental geomorphological units: the hills of the Monte Cero, formed by rocks of various types and the plain perieuganea, alluvial. Rock Formations in the southwestern sector of the Euganean Hills, the Monte Cero is a rocky complex of circular form, almost completely surrounded by plain perieuganea and connected to the eastward…

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Mount Lozzo

Monte Lozzo A powerful eruption ripped through the bottom of the sea Lozzo Atestino The Monte Lozzo, on the western side of the Hills, constitutes the best example of laccolith eruption among those present in the Hills. The hill emerges isolated in the plain, separated from the main mountain range by the floods quaternary around it on each side. It has…