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Entrance to the cave "Grotta delle Palombe"

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On the bottom of a small crater, at the south of Etna, near the town of Nicolosi, on the northern side of Monti Rossi (Red Mountains) is the entrance to a volcanic cave named "Grotta delle Palombe". The entrance is a 8 meters deep well.

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