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All over the world there are several representations of the italian traditional agrifood products: food made and packaged in a very similar way to the real italian ones.
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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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Umbria is a land particularly suited to viniculture. Its moderate climate and gentle rolling hills that favor exposure to the sun, all contribute to making such excellent Umbrian wines, produced by the winegrowers of the region since ancient times.
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Pompeii is an Italian city in the Region Campania at 40 minutes by car from the Amalfi coast. It is known for its ancient city buried in 79 AD from the eruption of Vesuvius.
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Starting from Saturday 13th June 2020, The Baths of Caracalla “Thermae Antonianae”, located in Rome, have been finally reopened to the public.
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Discover the San Pietro Island and its amazing hidden places!
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Here it is! The long-awaited holiday has finally arrived; you have been dreaming of it for months and soon you will pack your bags and leave for your favorite destination: Italy.
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Umbria is considered the heart of Italy. The only region in the center-south that has no outlet on the sea, makes its landscape and artistic beauties the centerpiece of its well-known beauty.
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Jun 032020 Italy in numbers
We had fun making a list of curiosities regarding Italy: its boot shape hides rather unexpected peculiarities from north to south.
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Famous international tourist resort since the second half of the nineteenth century, Capri has always been associated with glamorous and élite tourism. A photograph that only partially reflects the island which, for a long time, owes its fortunes to cruise tourism and day trips.
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