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Saint Mark's Basilica Venice

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I Travel in Italy introduce; Saint Mark's Basilica Venezia Copyright “All rights reserved” © By itravelinitaly.com Baldassarri Giuseppe Visual Storytelling.
Piazza San Marco, 328, 30124, Vence, Venezia, VE, Sestière di San Marco, Veneto, Italy, location on google.com/maps .
Saint Mark's Basilica Venezia. As the photographers amaze, even on a foggy day, I chose this photo because from the bottom you are enchanted to look, beautiful, beautiful, the Cathedral in Piazza San Marco is one of the most admired symbols of Italy's artistic and architectural beauty. Summarizes, elegance, different styles embellished with sumptuous decorations of mosaics, marbles, columns, and sculptures.

Grottammare and the raids of pirates and corsairs

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I Travel in Italy introduce; Logge di Piazza Peretti Grottammare Borgo @grottammare Copyright All rights reserved © By itravelinitaly.com travelers from Italy Photo by Baldassarri Giuseppe Visual Storytelling . 
Logge di Piazza PerettiPiazza Peretti 1, 63066, Grottammare, AP, Riviera delle Palme, Marches, Italy, location on google.com/maps . It was precisely following a dangerous incursion and temporary occupation of the town by the pirates in 1525, that Grottammare was completely surrounded by walls, fortified in the gates, reinforced with a tower called "of the battle", placed next to Porta Marina and in exact correspondence with the underlying port, so as to be able to adequately respond with the new cannons to other possible enemy incursions.

The Bridge of Sighs Venice

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I Travel in Italy introduce; The Bridge of Sighs Venice Il Ponte dei Sospiri Venezia @venice Copyright “All rights reserved” © By itravelinitaly.com Baldassarri Giuseppe Visual Storytelling.

Bridge of Sighs, Piazza San Marco, 1, 30122 Venezia VE, Italy, location on google.com/maps .
The fog had now risen, making the Bridge of Sighs even more mysterious. The Bridge of Sighs, is one of the most photographed magical places in Venice, every time I am in Venice I take more than one photo, from any angle the photo is magical. From the Bridge of Sighs, it emerges that the name, at the time of the Serenissima, would have been attributed to the fact that through the prisoners they sighed because they were aware of the fact that it would be the last time, before being imprisoned, that they would see the outside world. As far as the history of the Bridge of Sighs is concerned, this is a fanciful reconstruction since, in reality, the outside is not visible from the bridge.