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Another extraordinary discovery in Pompeii: in the new excavations a perfectly preserved Thermopoly resurfaces with the image of a sea nymph on horseback, and animals with colors so bright as to seem three-dimensional. But what is a Thermopoly?
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Italy offers countless opportunities for visits and even outside the itineraries usually more popular with tourists, there are real gems to be discovered and admired. Let's explore together these locations that are often underestimated but really worth a visit.
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The Egyptian Museum of Turin is the second largest and most important museum in the world dedicated to the Nilotic civilization: but what does Egypt have to do with Piedmont? Why is the second largest Egyptian museum in the world in Turin?
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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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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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If you have planned a vacation in Rome and you like to explore Italian baroque, Palazzo Colonna is worth a visit. In the heart of Rome, a stone's throw from Piazza Venezia, Palazzo Colonna offers the visitors one of the greatest testimonies of the Roman Baroque.
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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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With the chaotic crowding of August behind us and with days that are much more liveable with a pleasant temperature, September and the following autumn months prove to be an ideal period to discover our beautiful Italy.
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Sammezzano Castle is located in the city of Leccio, in Tuscany, in the municipality of Reggello, about 30 kilometers far from Florence. The castle is set on top of a hill which is a historical park of 187 hectares of property. Sammezzano is not a private luxury castle to rent to American and Russian ...
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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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Venice has always been one of the most visited cities in the world, not only for its several historical events, such as the carnival or the unmissable Festival of the Redeemer but especially for its history and its art treasures preserved in the museums along with this entire magical city. Among ...
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