What to see in Italy

What to see in Italy

Best Places and Destinations to Visit in Italy.

The Venetian Ghetto (ghèto) was an area of Venice where Jews were permitted to live under Venetian Republic. The Ghetto is located in Cannareggio, not far from the train station. English (and Italian) word “ghetto” derived from the Venetian language, ghèto....
Porto Pino beach is located along the south-west coast of Sardinia. The 4 km long beach is divided in three distinct areas: two beaches and the dunes section. In ancient time, Porto Pino bay was a Phonician seaport. The ruins...
During August 1978, 100ft down and hidden from public view, the people of Damanhur started to dig secretly the first of the Temples of Humankind. The 9 temples, built completely by hand, are linked by hundreds of metres of richly...
A fascinating theory based on the similarities between the Racconti del Filó and some of Lovecraft most disturbing novel such as The Shadow Over Innsmouth. This idea was developed in one interesting mocumentary (H.P. Lovecraft - Ipotesi di un viaggio...
Catullus Caves, in Sirmione, on the shore of Garda lake, are the ruins of an ancient and majestic Roman villa. The name caves was coined during Middle Ages, when the ruins were buried by dirt and vegetation. The villa was...
Submerged village - The pleasant village of Graun, in Italian Curon Venosta, is located in the heart of the tourist region Val Venosta, not far from the border with Switzerland and Austria. The symbol of Curon is the bell tower,...
Porto Flavia's characteristics make it unique in the world, and at the time of its construction it was an outstanding engineering feat. The port, built in 1923-24, served as mineral production hub in the west cost of Sardinian Sulcis area....
Monterano

Lost city of Monterano

A Roman aqueduct, Etruscan tombs, abandoned medieval church and town within few meters. Monterano stands on a tuff hill whose sides dive for about 100 meters on two underlying gorges formed by the Mignone River to the north and from...
The Salt Cathedral of Realmonte is an underground Catholic church built within the tunnels of a salt mine underground in a halite mountain near the town of Scavuzzo, Agrigento, in Sicily. Salt deposits in Realmonte were formed 6 million years...
Mount Enta is an active volcano on the east coast of Sicily, close to Catania and Messina. Mount Etna is one of the most active volcanoes in the world and is in an almost constant state of activity. Etna is...

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Roman crucifixion

Crucified like Jesus two thousand years ago | The second case...

A multidisciplinary - anthropological, taphonomic and genetic study - conducted in collaboration between researchers from the University of Ferrara and Florence has allowed to...

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