The Sabatino volcano is one of two volcanic complexes in the central Italian region of Lazio, the other is located in Alban Hills. Around 600,000 years ago, the Sabatino volcano occupied the entire region from the coast to Mount Soracte. This led to the formation of various craters, such as the lakes of Bracciano and Vico. There are0 also other traces of volcanic activity.
One such example is the otherworldly landscape of the Caldara di Manziana, a small caldera located northwest of Lake Bracciano near the town of Manziana and the eponymous forest.
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