Riomaggiore, Cinque Terre National Park, Italy

One of our engineers Susan was recently admiring the geology in Riomaggiore, Cinque Terre National Park, Italy and she has shared these pictures with us. The striking features are the result of deformation of the Macigno Formation, primarily composed of sandstone-claystone turbidites, during the Adria-Europe continental collision.

The Cinque Terre’s landscape belongs to the World Heritage List, included by UNESCO since 1997. It is one of the smallest National Parks in Italy yet one of the most populated. 

Images taken by & credit of Susan G. 

 

 

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