Italy has several active Volcanoes. Mounts Vesuvius and Etna are the two of most famous. There are also a number of other, inactive, volcanoes to be found around the Living Museum.
Can you guess which volcano this is in Italy? Or rather was, as it has been inactive for a lot longer than most of Italy’s politicians! Quips he, wickedly.
Again, this week’s Guess Where in Italy? quiz is just for fun, as well as to show off Italy a little. This is something I like doing; admits he, unashamedly.
OK, on to the Guess Where in Italy? picture.
Italians are more than welcome to have a go too.
Where is this in Italy?
Stop reading, start speaking
Stop translating in your head and start speaking Italian for real with the only audio course that prompt you to speak.
I’d like the name of this extinct volcano and the Italian region in which it is to be found.
As I said at the start of this post, there is no prize, aside from the satisfaction of knowing Italy rather well. For this, if you manage to guess correctly, you are welcome to give yourself a pat on the back.
Guesses via a comment. If nobody has any clue as to where this is, I’ll add one on Thursday.
The answer will be given this Saturday.
Have fun discovering how well you know Italy!