What to see in Italy

Best Places and Destinations to Visit in Italy.

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...
Maiella (or Majella) National Park (Chieti, L'Aquila, Abruzzo) is a mountain nature reserve centered around the Maiella calcareous massif. Highest peak is Monte Amaro (2,793 m). The park is one of the three National Parks of Abruzzo, in the area...
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 small island full of history: Etruscans, Greeks, Romans, hermits, prisoners inhabitated this island for more than 3000 years before to become a nature reserve. The history of the island begins with the Iron Age. The Etruscans exploited the forests...
Wildlife and birding in the Po Delta dreamy wood. Mesola wood is a nature reserve on the Po Delta, not far from Ferrara (between Goro, Codicote and Mesola). The Gran Bosco della Mesola covers an area of 1,058 hectares which...
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...
Paolo Gorini (January 18, 1813 - February 2, 1881) was an Italian scientist, geologist, teacher and researcher. The museum was inaugurated in 1981 by the pathologist Antonio Allegri and is housed in the old Chapter House of the Ospedale Vecchio...
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. In the Hermitage is preserved the sword...

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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...

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