Posts

Showing posts from November 14, 2019

Rialto Bridge in Venice

Image
I Travel in Italy introduce; Rialto Bridge in Venice @venice Copyright All rights reserved © By itravelinitaly.com travelers from Italy Photo by Baldassarri Giuseppe Visual Storytelling OnGoogleMaps . 
Rialto Bridge, Sestiere San Polo, Venice, 30125 Venezia, VE, Italy The Rialto Bridge in Venice. A unique construction, joins the islands of Venice, from everywhere the photographer's bridge is spectacular at every hour day and night and full of tourists. From the highest point on the two sides, you can see glimpses of Venice seen in all the postcards of Venice.



Villa Bonaparte in Porto San Giorgio, ideal location for weddings.

Image
I Travel in Italy introduce; Villa Bonaparte in Porto San Giorgio ideal location for weddings @portosangiorgio Copyright All rights reserved © By itravelinitaly.com travelers from Italy Photoby Baldassarri Giuseppe Visual Storytelling OnGoogleMaps .

Via Girolamo Bonaparte, 63822, Porto San Giorgio, FM, Fermano, Marches, Italy.
Why is it called Villa Bonaparte? The original name was Villa Caterina, from Caterina di Wurtemberg, consort of Girolamo Buonaparte who had it built. Jerome, "former king of Westphalia, who, after the battle of Waterloo, took the supreme command of the French army, with whom he gloriously fought in that memorable and unfortunate battle, which finally ended the wonderful fortune of the great emperor", chose Porto San Giorgio, then Porto di Fermo, to let you build a sumptuous villa. The motive that drives Girolamo to have a dwelling in the Fermo area is essentially dictated by the heart; in fact, he fell in love with the marquise Anna Azzolino, "who …