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Best Places and Destinations to Visit in Italy.

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...
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...
This is a sort of paradise for wine lovers. Dug in the hills of Canelli, a small town in Piemonte, the underground cathedrals, historic cellars of Gancia family where the first Italian Spumante was produced in 1865, are a priceless...
Built by Bourbon kings of Naples during 18th century, the Royal Palace of Caserta was the largest palace in Europe and a perfect example of Baroque art style. The construction of the palace was begun in 1752 for Charles VII...
Garden of Ninfa is a beautiful park not far from Sermoneta, Lazio. The garden includes the remains of the ancient city of Ninfa, perhaps founded by the Volscians at the feet of the Monti Lepini. It has a surface of...
Below the Church of Santo Stefano in the peaceful landscape of Ferentillo, southern Umbria, were buried bodies preserved by a rare microfungus that attacked corpses and turned them into mummies. The Church was built in 15th century above an older...
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...
Italy is stuffed with culture like some kind of metaphysical, literally culture-stuffed calzone. Obviously, all countries have something to show for themselves, but the fact is Italy is culturally rich in all those aspects that phrases like cultural richness connote. Italian...
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...
For those of us with a love for all things surf, finding the right surfing destination around the world to suit your style and preference can be difficult. However, in Italy, you are spoilt for choice when it comes to...

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