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Giannutri, Italian Isle

Tuscan Archipelago national park is formed by seven isles: Elba, Capraia, Gorgona, Pianosa, Montecristo, Giglio and Giannutri...... seven isles that are seven different worlds for their geological origins and for their destiny, molded by historical events. The isle of Elba is the largest and has, as well as Giglio, a granitic geological formation. Elba is the only isle of Tuscan Archipelago that still preserves autentic forests even if its forests have had a trasformation because the wood has fed, for centuries, the furnaces of iron mines. Capraria has a volcanic geological formation. The natural heritage of Capraia and Gorgona is due to the fact the two isles have been (and the second one still is) penal colonys. Also the little and flat Pianosa is a prison-isle. Giannutri, a holiday paradise since Roman days, is surronded by an unpolluted sea. Montecristo, the furthest isle from the coast, is savage and uninhabited.