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In Umbria, there are 170 museums, with a population of just over 900 thousand inhabitants. Each town and city has its own. Archaeological, historical-artistic, scientific, naturalistic, ethno-anthropological, thematic and contemporary art museums: from the National Gallery of Umbria to the MANU, the ...
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Some people of the Sardinian population has been asked to report, through a Facebook page, the places of Sardinia to visit at least once in your lifetime. The love for this island is huge and created a report of 56 different places. Some places seem to be more loved than others and, since the island ...
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The curtain of the Umbrian hills opens, a real postcard image where these golf courses are worth traveling for. Located in the center of Italy, Umbria looks a lot like Tuscany did before it became overrun with tourists.
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The stunning coast of the Province of Trapani is spaced in between enchanting bays and beaches that greet the transparent sea. At turns resounding with tones of green and deep blue, the waters run towards the spectacular panorama of the Egadi Islands. This setting, a dream-come-true, is perfect for ...
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With the project “Electric Lake”, Lake Como becomes an ideal destination for those who own an electric vehicle. The first electric lake in Europe is born in Italy; Como and its fascinating body of water could only be the first lake area to accept the challenge and join the "Electric Lake" ...
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Sicily is wonderful to visit in summer or late spring, but who said it isn't marvelous even in autumn? In this season, this charming region is still splendid with a warm climate that seems impossible in other parts of Italy, where you can also take a bath in the transparent sea. Sicily with its fish ...
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Oct 052020 The Uffizi Gallery
If you're short on time visiting Florence, this is the best place to come.  The Uffizi Gallery was designed by Giorgio Vasari and constructed between 1560 and 1580. Uffizi is one of the world's most famous museums, renowned for its collection of art from the Middle Ages on Renaissance.
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Canosa di Puglia, a small town located on the top of the hill of Puglia, became very famous and wealthy between VI and III century B.C. when it was one of the most important places of the terracotta pots production.
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The Amalfi Coast, thanks to its panoramic views, picturesque landscapes, unspoiled nature and ancient palaces and gardens, ranks at the top of the most popular destinations in Italy by Italian and foreign tourists. It appears as a huge terrace suspended between the cobalt blue sea and the slopes of ...
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The most beautiful stretch of coast in Italy and, according to many, even the most beautiful in Europe. We are in Campania, to be precise in the province of Salerno, south of the Sorrento peninsula. The Amalfi Coast extends for fifty kilometers of hairpin bends and cliffs overlooking the sea, in ...
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The Nuragic complex in Barumini is one of the largest and well preserved Nuragic compounds, therefore it is the most important archeological site of Sardinia. Barumini is the name of the village where it is located in the central-south region of Sardinia.
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It is on this side of Lake Como or Lario, its ancient name, that the great Italian writer Alessandro Manzoni spent part of his childhood. The family in fact had a property in Lecco. It was here that the novelist set the events of his most famous work "I Promessi Sposi", with that incipit that made ...
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