Grotta dello Smeraldo
Via Smeraldo, 84010 Conca dei Marini SA, Italy
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The Emerald Grotto is a karst cavity partially invaded by the sea located in the municipality of Conca dei Marini . It was discovered by the fisherman Luigi Buonocore in 1932 . It measures about 45 x 32 meters and is about 24 meters high, and owes its name to the emerald shades that the water takes on due to the sunlight filtered through an underwater fissure that connects it to the open sea.
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