Italy Furore Fjord

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Raimondo Giamberduca

About this spot
Considered by many another gem of the Amalfi Coast, Furore takes its name from the "the sound of the raging sea pounding against the valley below". It was, for its particular physical and geographical position, a safe stronghold, even at the times of the Saracen invasions. The fjord, one of the most beautiful in Italy, has always been a natural harbour, famous for its trade and the development of the old industrial plants, such as the paper mills.
There is not a real centre of the village, but just small groups of houses that sprout isolated from the ridges of the cliffs. For this reason it is also known by the nickname of "the country that does not exist".

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