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by Jeff Matthews

The map (north is at the top) shows the town of Monte di Procida at the western end of the gulf of Naples. It is a good-sized community (roughly, all the buildings in the left half of the image). The promontory at lower right is Cape Miseno, which had its own landslide...


The tiny island, San Martino, mentioned above, is 16,000 meters2 (about 4 acres) in area. Sources from the late 1400s speak of it as a promontory; thus it was joined to the mainland and probably broke off due to some geological event, perhaps an earthquake or...

Read more... Landslide at Monte di Procida and the Isle of San Martino

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