1.Lake Albano or Lake Castelgandolfo in the town of Castel Gandolfo in Rome, Italy.
2.A volcanic lake of 3’5 km long near Rome.
3.Its geographical origin you can find it in the 406 b C. while the period of the Roman Empire.
4.It’s really singular because of its volcanic origin that has made that the sand of the lake has a peculiar colour between grey and black instead of the brown colour of the normal sand.
5.It hosted the canoeing and rowing events of the 1960 Summer Olympic Games in Rome and also it is located in the town where the popes used to go on holidays.
6.I have seen a lot of lakes but this one was bigger that all the lakes I have seen. Also it was really impressive the black colour of the sand.
7.It gave me like the feeling of calm and also really beautiful and impressive views.
Marisa Montoya Prades, Barcelona, Spain