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Mefite, Rocca San Felice
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  • Coming from A16 (Grottaminarda) meets a wide Prime junction signposted the Mefite but after some road (warped and abandoned) logs and rocks blocking the movement ... disheartened we continue ... more crossroads (Santa Felicita) ... is the right one! The smell is strong and an old man advises us to stay at a distance .... The place is really impressive ... There we understand all that history tells us about the cult of the goddess Mefita. ... How could these ancient peoples not to be exposed in the face of so much uncontrollable power.?.?. The Lake is much smaller than most famous Solfatara puteolana but Hubble who feels at Mefite Rocca San Felice is much more impressive, really sobering spectacle on the smallness of man in relation to nature! From the tourist point of view yet another hidden resource (indeed, I would say well hidden) and not at all appreciated ... shame! We should bring the schools!
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  • I had the pleasure of bringing my kids to Mephitis Mephitis. It was interesting to come back to a place so magical and fascinating. Very good access to the site and complete the information boards. Interesting would be the ability to help that little-known news added. Site to be valued.
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  • After a few rounds you will come to a ' pool ' of sulphurous fumes, much smaller than the solfatara of Naples. It's nice the story that you can read on billboards set up on site. Well if in passing, not worth a long detour.
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  • Typical place of Rocca San Felice. Kind of crater with a sour soil with large emanation of gas. It is dangerous to approach. The place was built for tourists.
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  • Very interesting, too bad she's not well sponsored and maybe holding a little better
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