If you want to see the remains of a carnivorous dinosaur, then join this visit. Monte San Giorgio is one of the most important fossil deposit in the worl, for the Middle Triassic, a geological period which took place between 247 and 237 millions of years ago.

The fossils coming from this mountain are known for their variety and their exceptional good conservation, they have been excavated and analysed by Swiss and Italian palaeontologists from 1850. Monte San Giorgio is Unesco World Heritage site!
We visit not only the museum! There will be an excursiom with an English guide to the Rio Pontecelli - the first paleontological research site (1863-1878) with stops on the way to explain the sites and findings.

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...a window into the distant past of 240 million years ago!

 
When: Saturday, 21st May 2016, 10am, approx. 3 ours
Where: Besano (VA), via Prestini 5 
Signing up: Coffee Morning or
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