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The many tales, legends and curiosities that have been handed down for centuries also contribute to the charm of the Umbrian territory. In particular, some very curious and particular legends interest the capital, Perugia: we will tell you about them, inviting you to come and discover them for ...
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Li Galli archipelago or "of the Mermaids", where Ulysses, the protagonist of Homer's Odyssey, managed to resist the siren song by being tied to the mast of his ship, on the advice of the sorceress Circe. And where the Argonauts were saved thanks to the sound of Orpheus' lyre, which emitted sounds ...
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“Was it true glory? Time will end the arduous doubt” said Alessandro Manzoni about Napoleon Bonaparte in his famous poem “Il Cinque Maggio”. But this is true for any great man who tries to make a mark in history: only those who come after will be able to judge with due detachment. And this ...
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There are many curiosities surrounding Tuscany and we want to reveal ten of them that perhaps you did not know.
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The Amalfi Coast is the stretched coastline of Campania, located south of the Sorrento Peninsula, overlooking the Gulf of Salerno; it is bordered to the west from Positano to the east from Vietri sul Mare.
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Jul 312020 Sardinia food guide
Saying Sardinian food immediately reminds to Italian people two words: "porceddu" (piglet) and "carasau" (Sardinian bread). Sardinian cuisine gratifies the most demanding palates with its simple taste full of natural ingredients.
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A road trip in Val d’Orcia is like a journey in Tuscany soul. Here you will find out a beautiful heartbreaking land, with gentle landscapes and wonderful villages all over the territory which create a unique place in the world.
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Campo Imperatore, the extended plateau, also called “Piccolo Tibet” (small Tibet), offers landscapes to see, listen and observe. This place has glacial and karst-alluvial origins and it’s one of the most extended plateau in Italy, located in the heart of the monumental Gran Sasso, in the Parco ...
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Which is the most beautiful sea in Italy? Hard to say. Italy boasts more than 7000 km of coast with different sceneries, landscapes and places extraordinarily various with hundreds of amazing beaches.
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By looking at Lake Como on google map, you will immediately distinguish it from the other lakes of northern Italy for its inverted Y shape.
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Italy boasts many precious monuments and architectural beauties, but the castles are certainly among the most evocative in terms of charm.
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On the extended hill situated in the south of Valle d’Itria, you can find the oldest part of Trulliland: Rione Monti.
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