• Monte San Giorgio

    Inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2003, the pyramid-shaped, wooded mountain of Monte San Giorgio, located beside Switzerland's Lake Lugano, is regarded as the single best known record of marine life in the Triassic period. As an extremely rich source of fossils, the area provides the principal point of reference, relevant to future discoveries of marine Triassic remains throughout the world.

  • Monte San Giorgio

    Inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2003, the pyramid-shaped, wooded mountain of Monte San Giorgio, located beside Switzerland's Lake Lugano, is regarded as the single best known record of marine life in the Triassic period. As an extremely rich source of fossils, the area provides the principal point of reference, relevant to future discoveries of marine Triassic remains throughout the world.

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