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What to see in Italy

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...
Italy, for many is the dream holiday destination. Whether it’s exploring the ancient history of Rome or becoming immersed in the romance of Venice, there is something for everyone no matter your travel plans. However, when looking to travel to...
Moon Valley is located on a small peninsula (Capo Testa) in the extreme north of Sardinia Island. Since 60s the island is a destination for hippies and people who want to run away from the society. It’s formed by seven...
Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law. Love is the law, love under will. In April 1920 Aleister Crowley moved to Cefalú, Sicily, to run a commune known as Abbey of Thelema, a small house...
The world owes a debt to Italy for a great many things. The peninsula is responsible for so many of the things that make this life worth living: pizza, prosecco, Nutella, jeans, fast cars, and pasta, among many other things....
It's no secret that some of Western civilization's greatest treasures are housed within the world-famous cultural mausoleums that litter the Italian peninsula. From the bustling Uffizi Gallery in Florence to the majestic Borghese in Rome and the imposing Sforza Castle in...
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...
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...
The Villa d'Este in Tivoli is a masterpiece of the Italian Renaissance and is listed on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. The villa was commissioned by Cardinal Ippolito d'Este, son of Alfonso I and Lucrezia Borgia (Ferrara 1509...
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...

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