What to see in Italy

What to see in Italy

Best Places and Destinations to Visit in Italy.

Bruno Ferrin, 79 years old from Nervesa della Battaglia, Treviso, built an amusement park consisting of 45 mechanical rides and attractions (including swings, merry-go-round, slides, roller coasters, trampolines) he designed and built; all the rides work without electricity. The attractions...
This Roman sanctuary and the Sacred Wood are located on the northern shore of Lake Nemi, just few kilometres outside Rome. The temple of Diana Nemorensis was preceded by the sacred grove.  Diana of the Wood or Diana Nemorensis was...
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...

Florence wine tours

Being the capital of one of the most famous wine regions in the world, Florence is not just a great starting point for the many wine tours the Tuscany countryside has to offer, but has a great wine culture...
Camera della Rabbia is a facility in the hills of Forlì full of objects to destroy. The slogan of Camera della Rabbia, Forli', is "The only place where you can destroy everything and no-one can blame you". The rage room...
Pantalica, Syracuse, Sicily, is located on a limestone promontory and is best known for its rock-cut tombs (13th to 7th centuries BC.). Surrounded by a deep gorge formed by Calcinara and Anapo rivers, is also an important nature reserve (Riserva...
Villa Garzoni or Garzoni Garden was built before 1652 by the Garzoni family, near their old castle, which stands slightly apart and is a beautiful example of Baroque style. Villa Garzoni at Collodi, Lucca, Tuscany, features a garden with a...
Spectacular night-time images as Mount Etna erupts sending columns of ash and lava high into the air. The eruption was accompanied by loud explosions. Mount Enta is the Europe’s most active volcano. Currently Mount Etna counts five distinct craters. Eruptions started...
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....
The Abbazia di Santa Maria di Pulsano is a Catholic sanctuary on Mount Gargano, Italy, Monte Sant'Angelo, Foggia. The abbey was built in 591 on the ruins of an ancient pagan temple devoted to Calchas, son of Thestor. He was...

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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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