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What to see in Italy

Best Places and Destinations to Visit in Italy.

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...
An impressive Etruscan road network, vertically carved into the tuff (sometimes 6 meters high), links Pitigliano, Sovana and Sorano, in Maremma, Tuscany. Originally, Vie Cave (sunken roads) linked Estruscan necropolis and settlements. Later Vie Cave or Cavoni, became part of the...
In 1979 six members of the local speleological team of UTEC of Narni, in Umbria, below the ruins of an ancient Domenican monastery, discovered a small hole, covered by dense bushes and thick grass. The first room was an old...
Burial catacombs preserving a baby mummy in perfect conditions and other 7999 in Palermo. Catacombs of the Capuchins are burial catacombs in Palermo. Palermo's Capuchin monastery outgrew its original cemetery in the 16th century and monks began to excavate crypts below...
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...
Calanchi di Atri is a beautiful nature reserve in the Apennine mountain range. Calanchi di Atri nature reserve, in Abruzzo, presents impressive forms of erosion: the badlands of Atri, also known as Dante's pits, are landforms created by running water,...
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...
Cinque Terre (The Five Lands, La Spezia, Liguria) is the coast called on the Italian Riviera and it's composed by 5 villages: Manarola, Vernazza, Monterosso al Mare , Corniglia, and Riomaggiore. Over the centuries, people have carefully built terraces on...
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...
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...

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