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Weird Italy san-galgano-title The sword in the stone: San Galgano Abbey in Tuscany Italian History Magazine What to see in Italy  tuscany the sword in the stone siena san galgano abbey san galgano religion montesiepi monks monastery John Hawkwood galgano guidotti condottieri di ventura chiusdino

The sword in the stone: San Galgano Abbey in Tuscany

San Galgano is Cistercians abbey not far from Siena, in Chiusdino area. The site is composed by a big abbey, now in ruins, and by the Hermitage (Rotonda di Montesiepi), the religious retreat.

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Weird Italy illegal-street-racings Illegal and Crazy Horse Street Racings videos in Italy Italy Crime News and Criminal Investigations Latest Italian News and Videos Magazine  sicily racetracks palermo mafia illegal horse racing illegal activity horses horse street racings horse criminal catania campania animal rights

Illegal and Crazy Horse Street Racings videos in Italy

Roads closed to create private racetracks near Etna. Hundreds of Youtube videos showing horse gigs at crazy speed on city streets.

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Weird Italy dante-title 42 astonishing Dante's Inferno illustrations by Gustave Doré Italian History Magazine  tuscany the divine comedy souls purgatory lost souls la divina commedia inferno illustrations hell heaven gustave doré

42 astonishing Dante’s Inferno illustrations by Gustave Doré

Gustave Doré (1832-1883) was a French artist, illustrator and sculptor.

In Italy, he gained endless fame because of his beautiful illustrations of Dante’s Divina Commedia.

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Weird Italy pompeii-houses-title Three amazing Roman Villas reopened in Pompeii Italian History Magazine What to see in Italy  villas the House of Romulus and Remus romans roman architecture Pompeii paintings House of Marco Lucrezio Frontone Home of Triptolemus domus architecture

Three amazing Roman Villas reopened in Pompeii

Three large and majestic Roman domus (villas) have been restored and will be reopened to the public by Easter: Home of Triptolemus, the House of Romulus and Remus and the House of Marco Lucrezio Frontone.

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