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Museo Della Geotermia, Pomarance
(4.2/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
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  • the Museum is interesting. It is free and in a very nice building. Visit the well. Very beautiful surroundings.
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  • The Museum is equipped with many monitors; the language selection consists of Italian and English, but it is very easy to understand (even for children) by the movies. Many different rooms with sämltlichen Declaration on the development of the geo-thermal spa. You should have seen EMP lack value. Admission is free.
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  • It was a pleasant surprise. Using modern interactive guides and simple explanatory panels in the Museum are very well explained the stages of development of geothermal energy and the techniques currently used to produce energy. I found very interesting the alternating display of machinery used in the early 1900s with movies that explain modern methods. I found it very suitable even for a visit with children and teens. Not far, Sasso Pisano, are visible shower heads and lagoni boric acid; better though to reserve your visit to be able to move safely. I was amazed by the dedication and professionalism of the person at the desk that we anticipated a broad outline of the contents of the visit and information on how to complete the round in the surrounding area.
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  • Think I found at the Museum people coming from California and many Italians don't even know whats Larderello is the center of geothermal energy, here we were the first to exploit it chemically and then to produce electricity and heat. The Grand Dukes of Tuscany passed us by spas now in disuse, but it is normal to find a ditch or a private pool with warm thermal water. The landscapes and the habitats are outside the usual, with humid climate seems to be in hell with all natural manifestations of steam and potica. Definitely worth seeing.
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  • And very useful x schools and teaches on Earth
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  • It's nice to discover how geothermal energy and see for yourself the natural phenomena of this area of Italy.
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  • Especially after the long journey, the Museum was a disappointment, there was little to see, and it was once in a very short time through the Museum.
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  • Nice
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