An Italian vineyard and 300-year old building have been left in tatters after a giant boulder crashed down a mountainside and smashed right through them.
Dramatic imagery shows the extent of the damage following the landslide on 21 January in Tramin-an-der-Weinstrasse, in Alto Adige in northern Italy – a German speaking part of the country.
According to reports on suedtirolnews.it, three giant boulders broke away from the cliff sending 4,000 cubic metres of rock ploughing into the 300-year old building and its vineyard.
A business building and part of the vineyard was flattened but miraculously no-one was injured. http://www.thedrinksbusiness.com/201...ough-vineyard/
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Not mindblowing but more like freaky if you happened to be just hanging out on the pier and see this guy swimming by.