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The International Children's Football Tournament will be held in the cities of Bolsena and Montefiascone on natural fields located in the heart of sunny Italy on Lake Bolsena.

The city of Bolsena is located in the northern part of the province of Viterbo (Italian Viterbo), which is called Upper Lazio (Alto Lazio) or Tuscia (Tuscia). On the shores of the lake is the Roman consular road Via Cassia (Italian Via Cassia). Around Bolshena there are many tourist sites.

The Romans named this lake Lacus Volsinii (lat. Lacus Volsinii), from the name of the city of the Etruscans Velzna (long confronting Rome) and completely destroyed after 264 BC. e ..

The city of Bolsena (Italy Bolsena) is a commune in Italy, located in the region of Lazio, in the province of Viterbo.

The population is 4240 people (2008), the population density is 66 people / km². Occupies an area of ​​64 km². The postal code is 1023. The telephone code is 0761.

Montefiascone (Italy) - a commune in Italy, located in the region of Lazio, is subordinate to the administrative center of Viterbo.

The population is 13 102 people (for 2004), the population density is 121.66 people / km². It occupies an area of ​​104 km ². The postal code is 01027. The telephone code is 0761.

Lake Bolsena (Italian Lago di Bolsena) is a lake in Italy, in the western foothills of the Central Apennines. It is located in the caldera of an extinct volcano.

Lake Bolsena (Bolsena) is a real "volcanic miracle" that took place between Rome and Tuscany. A beautiful lake, surrounded by small towns, is the largest volcanic lake in Europe: it stretches for as far as 43 kilometers.

The lake was formed about 370,000 years ago as a result of the collapse of the volcano crater of Woolsini. Two islands in the southern part of the lake were formed by submarine eruptions later. According to the records of Roman historians, the last time the activity of the volcano was observed in 104 BC. e ..

The lake has an oval shape characteristic of crater lakes. The area of ​​the lake is 113.5 km², the height of the water level is 305 m, the greatest depth is 151 m, the average depth is 81 m. There are small sources of water, in addition to precipitation. The catchment area is 159.5 km ². Flowing through the Martha River to the Tyrrhenian Sea.    Italy Bolsena Cup