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The Mezzogiorno Problems of the South of Italy Earthquake and Volcanoes
Naples and Vesuvius
A small hill top town in Basilicata.
Long dry sunny summers : quiet beaches
Modern irrigation of young olive trees
Olives are collected in a silk parachute.
An olive oil processing machine
The Apennines – hills and steep slopes
Basilicata – investment in improved road access
The soils can be thin and alkaline.
New Fiat car factory at Melfi
Farming has changed slowly. Many have low wages.
A lot of Italians are elderly. Many young people leave the South.
Mosquitoes breed in swampy low ground.
Tourism potential. Much immigration from eastern Europe and north Africa.
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