Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Capo Testa

On the northern coast of Sardinia, the rugged granite coast is an amazing array of rocks that have been smoothed, curled and contorted by the wind and sea for thousands of years. Capo Testa is the closest shore to Rome, so the Romans built a town around it so they could extract large amounts of stone for building structures in their capitol.

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