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Amazed at the entrance to the Sanctuary of Loreto

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The bronze statue of the Madonna and Child, Sanctuary of Loreto, Piazza Della Madonna 1, 60025, Loreto, AN, Marche, Italy. The central door was built by Antonio di Girolamo Lombardo, with the collaboration of the brothers Pietro, Paolo, and Giacomo. It started in 1590 it was completed only in 1611. There are six major and six minor panels with representations taken from the Old Testament. In the left door are represented, starting from the top down: Creation of Eve; Expulsion from Earthly Paradise. Cain kills Abel; In the one on the right, starting from the top down: Original sin; Work of Adam and Eve; Cain's escape. Above, in a niche, there is the bronze statue of the "Madonna and Child", a work by Girolamo Lombardo, completed in 1583. Booking.com

San Marco apartments Venice

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San Marco apartments Venice, Venezia, Italy, Sestiere di S. Marco 3155, VE, Veneto, Venice Maps.  It seems incredible, but many are looking for apartments in San Marco, in the most beautiful square in the world and also the most expensive. Well, I can assure you that it is not difficult, indeed from personal experience in my last stay I found at a good price an apartment 300 meters from Piazza San Marco in Venice, and it was the final day of the carnival in Venice, so it is possible to book 1 month before. Venice is not very big, so you can easily reach Piazza San Marco on foot from any location. Many tourists stay on average 3 days, so it is easy to find availability during the week. If I could I would live in Venice all year round, not only because of the places frequented by tourists but because I love every corner of that paradise.

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FLORENCE - FIRENZE

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Florence, Metropolitan City of Florence, Tuscany, Italy. Cradle of the Renaissance and Italian culture on the banks of the Arno. Florence, Italy Museums and Uffizi Gallery Tour. Maximizing your vacation means planning ahead. Weekend in Italy brings you access to all of the best Florence museums, tours, and even the Uffizi Gallery. Figure out all the details now before you get there and you’ll get to see and enjoy so much more! That’s the idea behind our site. Check out all of the options below to see what you’re interested in and what you absolutely can’t miss! Choose from standard entry tickets to guided tours and excursions. By buying ahead of time, you ensure that you don’t miss out on any of Florence’s historic and world-famous gems. From the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the Basilica of Santa Croce, to Florence’s Uffizi Gallery, and to a fashion tour or wine trail tour—Weekend in Italy has everything to offer the visitor to Italy. Booking.com

Pedaso rock lion head

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Pedaso rock lion head Italy, Lungomare dei cantautori del XX secolo, Marches, Pedaso, Province of Fermo. I don't miss fantasy, but it always seems, every time I walk along the promenade of the 20th-century singer-songwriters in Pedaso, to see a lion's head of rock emerging from the sea. Its coastline has natural rocks with the most different names given to them due to their appearance or their connection with ancient stories.
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Discover Square of the Madonna in Loreto

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Piazza Della Madonna a Loreto, Loreto, AN, Marche, Italy. Famous main square of the town, artistic and religious center. We find the Fontana Maggiore, the statue of Sixtus V, the Apostolic Palace, the bell tower by Vanvitelli and the imposing Basilica elevated by Giuliano da Maiano and turned by Giuliano San Gallo in the 16th century, the facade was designed by Giovanni Boccalini in 1571. Booking.com

TURIN EGYPTIAN MUSEUM

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TURIN EGYPTIAN MUSEUM, Via Accademia delle Scienze, 6, 10123, Torino, Metropolitan City of Turin, Piemonte, Italy . Check out the Museo Egizio in Turin, focused on Egyptian archaeology and anthropology, home to one of the largest collections of Egyptian antiquities, the most important of this kind after the Cairo museum. The Egyptian Museum in Turin is one of the most visited museums in Italy - and well worth the trip to Turin! Admission ticket to the museum. Booking.com

Campo San Felice and Church in Venice

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Campo San Felice and Church in Venice, Strada Nova, Sestiere (district) of Cannaregio, 30100, Venezia, VE, Italy. San Felice is a church in Venice, located in the sestiere (district) of Cannaregio. It faces the eponymous campo (square), across the Strada Nova. It was founded in the 10th century, although the first document mentioning it dates to 1117. It was reconsecrated in 1267 by the patriarch of Caorle and Jesolo after it had been deeply renewed. Starting from 1531, it was completely rebuilt in the style of Mauro Codussi. The church has a square plan with two façades, the main one featuring pilasters with Corinthian capitals. The interior is on the Greek cross plan, with four pillars at the crossing supporting the arcades of the dome. Artworks include a St. Demetrius attributed to the early Tintoretto (c. 1547) and a crucifix attributed to Andrea Brustolon. An inscription in the interior recalls the baptism of Carlo Rezzonico, future Pope Clement XIII, occurred here on 29 March…

PALERMO AND MONREALE

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Palermo, Monreale Cloister, Province of Palermo, Sicily, Italy. See the capital of Sicily and the largest cycle of Byzantine mosaics extant in Italy at Monreale's Norman cathedral. Visit Palermo, the capital of Sicily, one of the historically and artistically richest cities on the island. In the afternoon, you’ll discover nearby Monreale’s Norman Cathedral with its splendid 12th-century mosaics and the cloister of the Benedictine monastery with Moorish architecture. Tour Price includes.
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Our Lady of Loreto is the patron saint of aviators.

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Saint of aviators, Via Papa Sisto V, Near the Torrione Rotondo, 60025, Loreto, Province of Ancona, Marche, Italy. The Lauretan tradition, relating to the transport of the house of Mary, by angels from Nazareth to the ancient Illyria (1291) then from there to the ancient territory of Recanati (1294), appeared very suggestive for the choice of the Madonna of Loreto as Patron who moves through the air. Poets and painters had already recalled this transport in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, imagining the flight of the Nazarene house almost like a modern flight: among the first examples, we can mention the painting Transport of the Holy House of Loreto by Giovan Battista Rositi from Forlì of 1501 and preserved today in the Diocesan Museum of Velletri. The most famous is the fresco, and its sketch, which Giambattista Tiepolo made in 1743 for the vault of the Scalzi Church in Venice and today preserved in the Gallerie dell'Accademia. Thus, since 1912 the Aviators and Aeronau…

Passing wrapped in thoughts Il Lago Azzurro Marina di Altidona Valdaso.

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Il Lago Azzurro. Marina di Altidona, Valdaso, Province of Fermo, Marche, Italy. Passing wrapped in thoughts Il Lago Azzurro Marina di Altidona Valdaso Copyright “All rights reserved” © By itravelinitaly.com Travel is the traveler from Italy I Travel in Italy Baldassarri Giuseppe Visual Storytelling. Near my house, in Marina di Altidona, I can get there on foot, there is a little paradise, called the blue lake. An artificial lake obtained from nearby rivers, always full of fishermen of sport fishing, the perfect place to immerse yourself in nature, full of ducks even those with a bottle green head with metallic reflections, the duck of Fois Gras. Usually, from the lake, I set out wrapped in thoughts for the path that leads to the sea on the beach, therefore a paradise. Booking.com

Monument, Pope Sixtus V, Loreto Province of Ancona, Marche, Loreto, AN, Italy.

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Monument, Pope Sixtus V, Loreto the square of the Madonna, Province of Ancona, Marche, Loreto, AN, Italy. A staircase leading to the churchyard precedes the facade. The monument to Pope Sixtus V is placed on the steps on the left side: it is the pope who in the bull Pro excellent preeminent of 17 March 1586 "explicitly states, without any precautionary formula, that" the temple of Loreto contains that sacred room which was consecrated by the divine mysteries "". The bronze statue blessing from the gestatorial chair, work of 1587-1589 due to Antonio Calcagni with the collaboration of Tiburzio Vergelli, was made at the expense of the Province of the Marca and of eight Picene prelates created cardinals by Sixtus V. Booking.com

Ponte dei Barcaroli Venice

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Ponte dei Barcaroli, Rio dei Barcaroli, 30100 Venice, Metropolitan City of Venice, Italy Ponte dei Barcaroli or dei Cuoridoro, on the Rio dei Barcaroli. Calle del Frutarol - Frezzeria, Stone bridge; brick and stone structure, iron balustrades with arches. BARCAROLI this Bridge was called del Cuoridoro for a heart-wood workshop, remembered however by the name of the next Sottoportico and the next Court. Then it was called the Barcaroli for the station of gondolas. That morning I had little time for photos, but only the passage over a bridge presented you with a splendid landscape. Booking.com

Stained glass windows at the Sanctuary of Loreto.

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Stained glass windows at the Sanctuary of Loreto, Piazza Della Madonna 1, 60025 Loreto, AN, Italy. In Italy, the use of decorating church windows with figurative windows is an imported phenomenon, which came through the emergence of the Gothic style. For the realization of the windows of the Duomo of Milan, one of the largest existing cycles in Italy, many master glassmakers were brought from Germany and the Flemish countries. An autochthonous window is the Venetian one with rollers (disks). With the prevalence of the Renaissance style, more sensitive to perspective renditions and volumes, the stained-glass window adapted making more and more use of painting. One of the techniques that began to take hold in this period is the grisaglia, used since the fifteenth century. It is an enamel composed of copper oxide and a fondant used to create nuances and give body to figures and decorations. Booking.com

Patrol walkways in Loreto

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Camminamenti di ronda a Loreto,  60025, Loreto, AN, Province of Ancona, Italy. . The basilica of Loreto is fortified in the upper part with a walkway and stone corbels, which support them also with a decorative function; on behalf of Cardinal Girolamo Basso della Rovere the construction was started by Giuliano da Maiano and subsequently modified and completed by Baccio Pontelli in a typically Renaissance style. The walkways are covered and protruding corridors with a continuous series of vaulted windows around the upper part of the basilica, to allow easy defense in case of attacks - as had already happened by the Turks in a bloody way in Otranto in 1480; the year before in nearby Grottammare and in 1518 in Porto Recanati; the latter attack which caused an order by Pope Leo X for a further fortification of Loreto, which fortunately was never attacked. In the upper internal part of the building and behind the walkways, there are the rooms that were once used as accommodation for the g…

Siena is magical

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Siena, Province of Siena, Tuscany, Italy. The historic center of Siena has been declared by UNESCO a World Heritage Site. Siena is famous for its cuisine, art, museums, medieval cityscape and the Palio, a horse race held twice a year.
Purchase your Siena tours tickets, your tickets to the Palio, to Siena's Cathedral and attractions with us. Let Weekend in Italy help you make the most of your precious vacation time – buy your tickets now, and don't wait in line once you're in Siena! Figure out all the details now before you get there and you’ll get to see and enjoy so much more - that’s the idea behind our site. Check out all of the options below to see what you’re interested in and what you absolutely can’t miss! Choose from standard entry tickets to guided Siena tours and excursions. By buying ahead of time, you ensure that you don’t miss out on any of Siena’s gems. From the OPA SI Pass that gives you access to Siena's magnificent Cathedral complex, …

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The facade of the Sanctuary of the Holy House in Loreto.

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Basilica della Santa Casa, Piazza della Madonna, 1, 60025 Loreto, AN, Marches, Italy.Bramante was asked for the project for the facade, but it was only carried out long after; the original design was much reworked in late Renaissance style by Francesco Boccalini, who in 1571 began the lower part up to the cornice; it was continued from here by Giovan Battista Chioldi and finished in 1587 by Lattanzio Ventura at the behest of Pope Sixtus V, whose name is written in the upper cornice. It is presented in white Istrian stone, vertically divided into three parts by four pairs of pillars, suggesting the three internal naves.

Vanvitellian bell tower in Loreto

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Campanile Vanvitelliano Loreto 43.44125, 13.61031, Piazza della Madonna, 1, 60025 Loreto, Marche, AN. Campanile Vanvitelliano is the bell tower of the Sanctuary of the Holy House of Loreto, in the Marche region. At 75.60 meters high, it is the tallest bell tower in the region. It rises on the left side of the Basilica, rising 75.60 m high. It was built between 1750 and 1754, on a design by the great Italian architect of Dutch origins Luigi Vanvitelli, author of the famous Royal Palace of Caserta. Built in bricks, with white Istrian stone finishes, it is spread over five levels. The two basics, incorporated in the Apostolic Palace, are square in plan; the third has an octagonal plan, the fourth with a circular plan and the fifth consists of the balustrade with the soaring baroque bulb pinnacle. It houses a carillon of nine bells [2] which intone the notes of the "Litanie lauretane". In the octagonal bell cell there is the main bell, affectionately called Loreta, cast in 151…

The ramparts of the fortress of the Sanctuary of Loreto.

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Bastioni Della Fortezza Loreto Photo by Baldassarri Giuseppe 

Bastioni Della Fortezza Loreto, 60025 Loreto AN, Italy. The ramparts of the fortress of the Sanctuary of Loreto. The itinerary concerns the imposing defensive system built several times in defense of the Sanctuary of the Holy House of Loreto between 1488 and 1522. Starting from 1453, in fact, when the Turks occupied Constantinople causing the fall of the Eastern Roman Empire, the Muslim presence in the Adriatic became overwhelming, demanding the construction of architectures capable of making the Turkish ships desist from the landing. At the behest of Sixtus IV at first and then at the behest of Leo X at a second, the Sanctuary of Loreto was adequately equipped with unsurpassed fortifications. This impressive military system, which made the basilica of Loreto the only fortified church in the world, had architects such as Baccio Pontelli ,, Cristoforo Resse da Imola and Antonio da Sangallo the Younger their own constructing g…

Palazzo Apostolico (Apostolic Palace) Loreto

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Palazzo Apostolico Loreto, Piazza della Madonna, 1, 60025 Loreto AN, Italy, 1, 60025 Loreto AN, Italy. The Apostolic Palace in Loreto, in turn, is characterized by a loggia of Bramante style enriched by the genius of Vanvitelli. the Palace is in the shape of an "L", externally the Apostolic Palace rises like a fortress, the only frieze is the access door to the square that was sculpted by Raniero Nerucci, which decoration on the facade of the Basilica and placed after 1580 at his current place.

Greater fountain in Loreto

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Fontana Maggiore, Monuments and historic buildings in Loreto, 60025 Loreto, Province of Ancona, Italy. An elegant example of Baroque art from the first half of the seventeenth century, the Fontana Maggiore of Loreto is located in Piazza della Madonna, overlooking the profile of the Basilica della Santa Casa and that of the Apostolic Palace. The project tells a "family" story, as the structure was designed and created by Carlo Maderno and Giovanni Fontana, who were respectively uncle and nephew; the fountain, in the intentions of the pontiffs and the city authorities, was necessary for the hygiene of the numerous pilgrims, who could quench their thirst there. Machined in marble and bronze, the fountain is composed of several elements: the lower octagonal base, on two levels; the second base, on three levels and lobed; the large square marble basin with lobes; the two tubs and the bronze statues, from which the water, which comes from a long series of underground galleries d…

Castle in Montefiore - Recanati

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Castello a Montefiore - Recanati, Via Luigi Flamini, 62019 Montefiore MC, Italy. The castle was built in the late thirteenth century and remodeled in the sixteenth century to withstand even the new forms of artillery. The beautiful crenelated tower is therefore protected by a circular system of walls. Majestic, proud and elegant, the Castello di Montefiore dominates the panorama of those who from the province of Ancona cast their eyes towards the Sibillini.

Sanctuary of the Holy House Loreto

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Location; Santuario della Santa Casa di Loreto, Piazza Della Madonna, 1, 60025 Loreto, AN, Marches, Italy. Santa Casa Inside is the Holy House of Nazareth, where, according to devotional tradition, the Virgin Mary received the Annunciation. Interior of the Holy House The "house of the Madonna" was formed by three walls leaning against a cave dug into the rock (which is located in the Basilica of the Annunciation in Nazareth). According to popular tradition, on the night between 9 and 10 December 1294 the stones of the house of Nazareth were flown by angels. In fact, some studies and documents found confirmed that transport was by sea on crusader ships. In fact, after the expulsion of the Christians from the Holy Land by Muslims, an exponent of the Angeli family, rulers of Epirus, was interested in saving the Holy House from certain ruin, which was, therefore, transported first to Trsat, in today's Croatia, in 1291 and then in Loreto on 10 December 1294. Studies carrie…

Beefsteak Florentine style

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Locarion; Piazza di San Lorenzo, 9, 50123 Firenze FI, Tuscany, Italy. The origins of the Florentine steak are lost in the mists of time, a story almost as old as the city from which it takes its name, a story linked to the Medici family who ruled Florence and Tuscany between the fifteenth and eighteenth centuries. At that time, in fact, it was the custom of the Lords to light large bonfires in the Florentine squares in honor of San Lorenzo, the cheering people poured into the streets waiting to watch the spectacle of falling stars, they gathered around huge smoking braziers drinking wine and delighting the palate with succulent veal flesh that the Florentine Lords offered to the people. Some English merchants present at the festivities found this meat particularly good, which they began to ask again, shouting loudly: Beef Steak !! Hence the term Bistecca ... Florentine style, yes because this dish is a love story for Florence, a tradition that its inhabitants proudly boast, an auth…

Sibillini mountains

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SIBILLINI NATIONAL PARK, Sibillini Mountains, Monte Vettore, Province of Ascoli Piceno, Italy. The magical and enchanted mountains, where according to legend, Pontius Pilate died and where the Sibyl vaticinal future and destiny. The Monti Sibillini National Park has been established since 1993, a unique oasis of biodiversity (wolves, foxes, roe deer, owls, deer, chamois, etc. live in it). Visiting the Monti Sibillini Park represents a unique opportunity to fully relive the charm of the past and discover the treasures that man has been able to preserve over the centuries in a wild natural environment.

The pentagonal tower with Ghibelline crenellation in Ortezzano

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Location; Torre Ghibellina, Via del Forno, 63851 Ortezzano Province of Fermo, FM, Italy. «Evocative village, it rises on the top of a hill slope that dominates the left bank of the river Aso, situated in the middle valley. Proud and full of historical suggestions, it stands at 301 mt. above sea level. The concentration of monuments of historical and artistic interest in the center, in relation to the territorial extension, makes Ortezzano a real open-air museum. It sees its origins getting lost back in time, up until the time of the Piceni (IX-III century BC). The fertility of the territory, already in Roman times, favored the establishment of rustic villas, one of which was identified in the district San Massimo, where a valuable floor mosaic depicting the Four Seasons came to light. From the 8th century, the territory enters the ranks of the Farfensi possessions witnessed today by the monastery of San Silvestro, the Curtis Sanctae Marinae vel Mariae in Ortatiano, and the Curtis of S…

Venetian Riviera holidays

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The Venetian coast is the tourist coast of the province of Venice and is a stretch of seacoast that overlooks the gulf and is about 130 kilometers long. The Venetian Coast is part of the wider Venetian Riviera which also includes the Venetian Adriatic coast in the province of Rovigo, it is a stretch of coast of the Adriatic Sea which is purely low with shallow and sandy bottoms. It is characterized by wide and sandy beaches, with the presence in its north-eastern extension of frequent naturalistic areas (lagoons, valleys and pine forests), while in the center there is the Venice lagoon followed a short distance from the small Laguna del Mort and the subsequent Lagoon of Caorle behind the beach of Brussa. seaside resorts: Sottomarina; Lido of Venice, Punta Sabbioni, Cà Savio, Cavallino-Treporti, Lido di Jesolo, Cortellazzo, Eracleamare, Duna Verde, Porto Santa Margherita, Caorle, Brussa, Bibione Pineda, Bibione.

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Grottammare old city and its cobbled streets

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Grottammare old city and its cobbled streets Copyright All rights reserved © By itravelinitaly.com travelers from Italy Photo by Baldassarri Giuseppe. 
Location: Grottammare AP, Italy. A village of the past with cobbled streets that ooze with history: if you close your eyes you can imagine being in the Middle Ages complete with a dress of the time. Beautiful arches, narrow streets, equal to the point to be confused. A labyrinth for forgetful tourists. Cascade flowers in the balconies of old houses. Booking.com

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Colosseum of Rome

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Colosseo di Roma, Piazza del Colosseo, 1, 00184 Roma RM, Italy. The COLOSSEUM the most famous monument in the world. With its height of 48 meters (157 feet), the colossal elliptical structure has fascinated humans throughout history. Construction of the Colosseum was begun under Vespasian as a symbol of the grandeur of the Roman Empire. It was inaugurated by Emperor Titus in the year 80 AD. The popular name of "Colosseum" is due to a statue ("colosso") of Nero once situated next to the arena. The original name of this ancient Roman sports arena, the largest arena of its kind, is the Amphitheatrum Flavium.
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Villa Bonaparte in Porto San Giorgio

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Villa Bonaparte in Porto San Giorgio Copyright All rights reserved © By itravelinitaly.com travelers from Italy Photo by Baldassarri Giuseppe. 
Villa Bonaparte, Via Girolamo Bonaparte, 63822 Porto San Giorgio FM, Italy. The Villa, in neoclassical style, has a facade adorned with bas-reliefs, stairs and balconies in travertine from Ascoli, and is surrounded by a large park, which in front forms a sort of terrace, while at the back it opens into a beautiful garden. Even the frescoes, which decorate walls and ceilings, are of neoclassical taste and create an atmosphere of other times, graceful and refined, in which it is very pleasant to dive. The villa became both a worldly place where the Fermo aristocracy participated in parties and banquets, both a notable cultural landmark and a center of political activity. It was precisely because of the latter, in fact, that the permanence of the Bonaparte family in Porto San Giorgio was short-lived, thus breaking the dream of all the local nobles…

Rocca Tiepolo Fortress in the hills embellished with ancient pine trees.

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Rocca Tiepolo Fortress in the hills embellished with ancient pine trees.
Rocca Tiepolo Via Leonardo Da Vinci, 3, 63822 Porto San Giorgio FM, ItalyPhoto By: Baldassarri GiuseppeCopyright, LicenseOwn work, CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 Porto San GiorgioRocca Tiepolo Fortress in the hills embellished with ancient pine trees. Rocca Tiepolo 63822 Porto San Giorgio FM, ItalyRocca Tiepolo Fortress, Via Leonardo Da Vinci, 3, 63822 Porto San Giorgio FM, Italy. Porto San Giorgio, the city of the riviera, was born as a fishing village that until - from Roman times - was linked to the city of Fermo becoming its port. Its importance was so great that it was named in the Itinerary of the Emperor Antoninus, dating back to the century. III d. C. and the Tabula Pentingeriana, an ancient map of the Roman imperial era. It appears with the name of Castello Firmani. Center of maritime traffic of the hinterland and of Fermo from and to Venice, it made sure that a friendly alliance was established between this city and Ferm…
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Do you prefer northern, central or southern Italy for your holidays?

We are in Italy and we know that we have one of the most visited countries in the world under our feet, a unique country, rich in history, culture, natural resources, and a consolidated artisan and gastronomic tradition. Yes an open-air museum, in every corner, in every street, in every small neighborhood hides a piece of history, tradition, and culture. Where to go?
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Northern Italy. The northern regions of Italy are full of spectacular mountain landscapes, while other areas, especially on the east coast, are flat at the entrance to the Adriatic Sea.
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Central Italy Venerated vineyards, medieval cities on top of the hill and works of art praised by UNESCO: this journey embraces suggestive landscapes and villages.
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Southern Italy it is the heat of the sun and the color of the landscapes, Italy in its most ancient form, full of feeling and sensual. Down here, the ruins are older, the longest lunches and the wildest and most intense landscapes.
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Travel trends in Italy

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  Author Profile Baldassarri Giuseppe Visual Storytelling Owner itravelinitaly.com | Travelers in Italy.
  Slow tourism as a travel philosophy that allows you to see the most authentic side of a destination from a traveler's experience.
  Valorize the territory by knowing all its artistic, geographical and natural wealth.
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