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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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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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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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The Colosseum, one of the 7 Wonders of the Modern World, has never ceased to be the symbol of the long and tumultuous history of Rome, which continues to enrich with mystery and curiosity.
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Here are 5 of the most beautiful cities to visit in Italy all periods of the year
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Drawing up a list of Italian cities, villages and towns that deserve to be visited would be too long to do. Today, we introdue you to 5 cities to visit at any time of the year
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Iconic place to visit if you plan to spend your holiday in Italy
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The town, in the province of Perugia, is a beautiful Renaissance oasis in medieval Umbria. Founded by the Umbrians, it became a Roman municipality under the name Tifernum Tiberinum.
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If 2019 was the year of Leonardo da Vinci to which exhibitions and cultural events were dedicated, 2020 is the year of Raffaello Sanzio.
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Noto is a splendid example of the Sicilian Baroque. Despite its modest size, it was an important Sicilian, Roman, Byzantine and then Arab center.
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11miles long, where Tuscany meets Umbria, the Niccone valley or also called ‘Valle del Niccone’, owes its name to the Niccone stream, a tributary of the Tiber which is located between Umbertide and Cortona.
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