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Is located in a house of the XIV century, in front of the Prehistoric Section, extended in the XVII century with the addition of another building.
FIG. 2 - Vulcano, Trench of Vulcano, Bombs of bread crustDedicated to Alfred Ritmann, it aims to introduce the visitor to the geomorphological knowlege of the Aeolian Archipelago, whose islands are of a volcanic formation. That is, to the understanding of most aspects of the human settlements that succeded each other across the centuries, their formation, and the economy and the material culture.
FIG. 4 - Lipari. To the left – Andesite of Valle Muria (outskirts of Valle Muria and Belvedere area, north of Punta Ponente); to the right – Dacite of the Monti Rosa (extreme eastern part of the island). (The final products of the first phase).It spans three levels, respectively dedicated: to Industrial Archaeology, the ground floor; to General Vulcanology, the middle floor; to the Vulcanology of Stromboli (Fig.1), Vulcano (Fig.2), Panarea (Fig.3), Lipari (Fig.4), Salina (Fig.5), Filicudi (Fig.6) and Alicudi (Fig.7), the Top Floor. 
FIG.7 - Alicudi. To the left – Basalt from Scoglio Galera; at the centre – Andesite of Scoglio Palomba; to the right - Andesite of the MontagnaThe exhibition consists mainly of vucanological samples, equipped from a precise visual teaching tool; plastic models relating to every single island; a documentary video library and an interactive computer product.

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