Castelli Romani of southeastern Italy
Today’s Video of the Day from the European Space Agency features Castelli Romani, which is a group of scenic Italian villages in the Colli Albani hills.
The Castelli Romani area, which is located southeast of Rome, originated from the collapse of the Latium volcano hundreds of thousands of years ago.
There are two lakes that now occupy the volcanic craters – the smaller Lake Nemi and the larger Lake Albano.
The Castelli Romani region stays relatively cool during the summer, making it a popular destination for escaping the summer heat.
Video Credit: European Space Agency