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Island of Filicudi

Island of Filicudi

Filicudi, formerly known as Phoenicusa, meaning rich in ferns, covers about half of the territory of the island, dominated by Mount Fossa Felci, an extinct volcano 774 meters. Fossa Felci is not the only volcano on the island present there are 7 others, all inactive for a long time. Interesting to visit: Stimpagnato (in the south-east of the island); the Neolithic village of Capo Graziano; le Macine (accessible from the trail that leads to the Neolithic village); Giafante the rock, Grotta del Bue Marino, Fossa Felci, the sacrificial altar on top of the promontory of Capo Graziano, the office of the Aeolian Museum in the village harbor.

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Around the island
The island covers 9.5 km² of which only a small part is inhabited, is of volcanic origin, its upper part is made from the mountain "Fossa Felci" which is high 774 meters above sea level and is an extinct volcano . The marvelous coasts are in ...

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