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Venice The Opera Museum

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The Opera Museum  The Opera, also called the factory or prosecutor's office, was formerly a kind of technical office in charge of the maintenance of the building and the management of the countless reforms and renovations it underwent throughout its long history.  The Opera kept documents and vestiges of its business.  One of the most important restoration plans of modern times was launched starting from 1875, and involved both the facades of the building and the ancient capitals of the ground porch and the loggia: 42 of these capitals, particularly ancient, precious or fragile, were then replaced  from copies.  The originals, deposited in the palace, were later subjected, during the last decade of the 1900s, to a careful restoration work, while the Opera Museum was designed and set up on the ground floor, intended to collect these and other  important architectural vestiges of the Palace.  The Capitals of the Opera Museum are a precious and important part of the extrao

Venice Clock Tower

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Clock tower  The museum  The venue and the history  The Torre dei Mori is one of the most famous architectural signs of Venice: it overlooks the access to the city's nerve center, the ancient Merceria, like a triumphal arch.  It is also an element of rupture and connection between the various architectural parts of the complex of Piazza San Marco and between the different urban functions that branch off from it: the seats of political and religious power;  the places of representation and those of the economy;  the view towards the sea and the articulation of the entire city building network.  The tower is, in short, with its large astronomical clock, a masterpiece of technique and engineering, an indispensable element of the image of Venice itself and has been marking its life, history and the continuous passage of time for exactly five hundred years.  .

History of gondola rides in Venice Gondola rides in Venice.

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 History of gondola rides in Venice  Gondola rides in Venice.   The origins of the gondola  The true origins of gondolas are shrouded in mystery.  Italy, Turkey, Greece and Malta claim that the gondola was invented within their borders.  Historians trace the first accounts of these boats to 1094, when Vitale Faliero, the Doge of Venice, mentioned a Gondolum in a letter to the people.  To avoid a revolt, he "donated" gondola-like boats to the people and said they would help facilitate their travel around the city.  The first visual representation of a gondola dates back to 1400 by the famous artists Carpaccio and Bellini in paintings preserved to this day.  Only from the fifteenth and sixteenth century gondolas were built and used for navigation in Venice.  In this period the gondolas had a different appearance from the present one.  Used mainly by the ruling class of the city, the gondolas had to flaunt the owner's wealth with luxury ornaments.  In the 16th ce

Riviera delle Palme San Benedetto del Tronto.

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Itineraries in the Marche RIVIERA DELLE Palme.  The name Riviera delle Palme comes to life from the territory that characterizes this area, rich in palm trees.  The Riviera delle Palme is the tourist area of ​​the Marche coast which includes these municipalities: San Benedetto del Tronto The pride of the Riviera delle Palme is undoubtedly San Benedetto del Tronto, with its beautiful seafront of about six kilometers.  In addition to the hundreds of palm trees there are also many green oases, fountains, recreational and leisure areas and even a very modern cycle path.  It is a renowned and very popular seaside resort, as well as being one of the most important fishing ports in the Mediterranean.  The city boasts a long beach of fine white sand that slopes gently into the sea, characterized by shallow waters.  Chosen by the Fee among the 17 European Blue Flag municipalities in the Marche region. Grottammare Defined by many as the pearl of the Adriatic, Grottammare is a to

Holidays in Fermano

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The area of ​​the Fermo area is the one that best represents the main characteristic of the Marche region.  Just think of the slogan chosen by the region for tourism promotion: "The Marches: Italy in a region", taken from the book by the writer Guido Piovene. The Fermano area covers an area of ​​about 1,000 km² and welcomes 190,000 inhabitants.  It is characterized by the long Adriatic coast and rivers, the Chienti to the north, the Aso to the south, and to the west it is bordered by the chain of the Sibillini Mountains, which, thanks to the varied presence of flora and fauna, in 1993 the Park was established.  National. Well circumscribed, but with a strong sense of belonging, the Fermo area has a developed identity, due to a socio-economic fabric with a high craftsmanship vocation of various representatives of small shoe business districts. From the agricultural sharecropping reality to the family-run artisan workshop, since the 1960s a system of highly speci

Doge's Palace in Venice

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Ducal Palace  The venue and the history  A masterpiece of Gothic art, the Doge's Palace in Venice is structured in a grandiose stratification of constructive and ornamental elements: from the ancient foundations to the fourteenth-fifteenth-century structure of the whole, to the conspicuous Renaissance inserts, to the sumptuous mannerist signs.  It consists of three large buildings that have incorporated and unified previous constructions: the wing facing the San Marco Basin (which contains the Sala del Maggior Consiglio) and which is the oldest, rebuilt starting in 1340;  the wing facing the Piazza (formerly the Palazzo di Giustizia) with the Sala dello Scrutinio, whose construction in its present form begins in 1424;  on the opposite side, the Renaissance wing, with the Doge's residence and many government offices, rebuilt between 1483 and 1565. The public entrance to Palazzo Ducale is the Porta del Frumento (so called because it was located next to it  the "U

Venezia LEONE ALATO E IL TODARO: LE COLONNE DI PIAZZA SAN MARCO

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THE WINGED LION AND THE TODARO: THE COLUMNS OF PIAZZA SAN MARCO  The two columns of Piazza San Marco, positioned at the entrance to the Marciana area etowards the pier and the basin of San Marco, are two pillars in pink marble and granite, which mark, almost like the jambs of a door, the entrance to the  most beautiful square in the world.  The columns represent the two saints of Venice: San Marco Evangelista in the form of the winged lion to symbolize the Serenissima and San Todaro to protect the city. SUMMER 2021 an 8% discount on accommodation. Accommodation must be booked by April 10, 2021 while travel must end by September 30, 2021 at the latest. Share and subscribe! #italy #summer https://posts.gle/gfJr9

Venice Tour in Gondola

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There is no traveler who does not let himself be enchanted by the magic of Venetian gondolas, which with their unmistakable silhouettes creep through the canals of the city, cloaking every single glimpse of romance.  These boats represent an essential element of Venetian scenarios but there are things that perhaps not everyone knows about the symbol par excellence of the Serenissima, such as the complexity of their construction, the ancient techniques of construction, the uniqueness of each specimen and the symbolism that contain some  of its components.  Here, then, is what there is to know about what many consider to be the most romantic and fascinating boats on the planet.  THE TRADITION Their irresistible charm and the romanticism evoked by their sinuous shapes that roam the canals of the Serenissima have traveled the world and are one of the major attractions of the magnificent Venetian capital.  But besides being incredibly beautiful and romantic, Venetian gondolas ha

Venice Ponte dei Sospiri

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Who, while visiting Venice, has never taken a photo with the Bridge of Sighs in the background?  Or did he pass under it in a gondola, during a romantic journey through the canals in the company of his loved one?  It is one of the symbols of the lagoon city, it is considered the bridge of love, but it hides secrets and curiosities that perhaps not everyone knows.  The Bridge of Sighs can be admired in all its beauty from the nearby Ponte della Paglia, in Riva degli Schiavoni, not far from Piazza San Marco.  What for many is Venice's Bridge of Lovers, was originally an access ramp from the magistrates' halls to the Palazzo delle Prison, where the recently convicted and convicted inmates were transported.  What is the history of the bridge, and what are the legends about it still being told today?

Venice Discover canals

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Observe scenes of everyday life as you cruise through the less touristy districts of Cannaregio, Dorsoduro and the Jewish Ghetto.  Your guide will tell facts about the city's history, architecture and local legends.  For the grand finale, walk the wide Grand Canal and cruise under the world-famous Rialto Bridge.  This small-group tour has a maximum of 9 people to offer a more personalized experience.  Explore the waterways of charming Venetian neighborhoods such as Cannaregio, the Jewish Ghetto and Dorsoduro  Discover canals off the tourist trail and sights like the Arsenale and the Rialto Bridge  See artisans at work in a Dorsoduro gondola workshop and stop for photos at the Jewish Ghetto. 

Visiting Venice upside down through its reflections.

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No, we don't want to walk you on your hands, but just make you see Venice from a different point of view.  Who has never admired the magnificent Venetian palaces on the water of the lagoon?  Well, now imagined to visit the entire city watching only the reflections, a flickering and colorful upside-down dimension.  In short, it is a bit like walking upside down.

Wedding in Venice, a dream.

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Orthodox wedding in Venice: the ceremony took place in the Cathedral of San Giorgio dei Greci, a splendid 16th century building adorned inside with golden mosaics and frescoes. Welcome. Who finds a friend, finds a treasure! https://www.itravelinitaly.com/p/welcome.html

The canal is an essential element of the waterways of Venice and its lagoon.

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The term canal is used in the historic center to indicate the waterways which, due to their width, length and density of sustained traffic, constitute the real backbones of the navigation system inside the city.  They are:  the Grand Canal, which crosses the whole heart of the city from west to east separating it in two and ends in the San Marco Basin;  the Cannaregio Canal, which joins the initial part of the Grand Canal with the northern part of the lagoon in the direction of Mestre;  the Giudecca Canal, which connects the western part of the city to the south directly with the San Marco Basin;  the Scomenzera Canal, which directly joins the Giudecca Canal with the initial part of the Grand Canal in Santa Chiara, passing between the Stazione Marittima and the Santa Marta area.  Outside the urban context, the term canal is used to specifically name the natural navigable lagoon paths that surround the city or that connect it to the mainland or to the inlets, the main canals

Venice, the charm of getting lost.

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Venice, the charm of getting lost. No matter how many times you have already seen it, Venice is pure magic, one of those cities that always excites you like the first time, or at least this is the effect it has on me.  Generally I don't like to go back to the same places, I prefer destinations never explored yet Venice has something that attracts and enchants me, so much so that I never get tired. On a cold and foggy morning in December we left for a weekend to rediscover the city of high water and its beauties. Venice is fascinating in all seasons but in winter it has another flavor, when the fog rises from the lagoon and envelops its alleys, bridges and squares, you find yourself in a rarefied world.  Especially at night, between the dark and deserted alleys and the reflections of the lanterns in the water, it seems to travel back in time, you can breathe an atmosphere that is both romantic and nostalgic that conceals a mysterious charm. 

Marina di Altidona Beach in safety

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The Marche is the only region declined in the plural of Italy: the local beaches on the Adriatic coast are all beautiful and inviting, but they maintain a certain difference between them as if to underline the plurality of the name of the area that hosts them.  Each lido in the Marche is unique and at the same time perfectly integrated into the surrounding environment. The Marche is the only region declined in the plural of Italy: the local beaches on the Adriatic coast are all beautiful and inviting, but they maintain a certain difference between them as if to underline the plurality of the name of the area that hosts them.  Each lido in the Marche is unique and at the same time perfectly integrated into the surrounding environment. Free beach in Marina di Altidona.  Altidona, another village close to the sea that combines history and beaches.  The walls surround the town and following it you will come to a long coast in the Marina area where you can finally put your feet

Pedaso Beach "Spiaggia delle Velone".

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LOCALITY Pedaso - historic center Pedaso FM Pedaso is a small town located along the Marche coast, in the province of Fermo. BATHING TOURIST OFFER: The sand and gravel beach is over 2 km long;  the coast is partially interrupted by the presence of the rock.  To animate the rhythms of the beach are the chalets that organize various activities to make the stay of adults and children pleasant and fun.  The transparent water, rich in marine flora and fauna, is particularly suitable for diving and underwater fishing.  Due to its location, Pedaso enjoys a particular microclimate characterized in winter by mild temperatures and in summer by frequent breezes.  There is a cycle path that starts from the mouth of the Aso river (border with Campofilone) and continues southwards.  Along the "Lungomare dei singer-songwriters of the twentieth century" (Blue Flag 2017), it is possible to walk along the beach for about two kilometers on a path accessible by underpasses dedicat

Summer Dream by Giosuè Carducci

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Poem "Summer Dream" by Giosuè Carducci Tags: Summer Between the battles, Homer, always ringing in your poem the hot hour overcame me: I bowed my head in sleep on the shore of Scamander, but my heart fled me on the Tyrrhenian. I dreamed, placid things of my new years I dreamed. No more books: the room from the hot July sun, dazed by the wagons rolling on the cobblestones of the city, broadsides: rising around my hills, dear wild hills that young april rifioría. He was going down the beach with fresh murmurs a gush while becoming a river: my mother walked along the river prosperous over the years, drawing a baby by hand whose golden locks shone on her white shoulders. The little boy went with a small step of glory, proud of maternal love, struck in the heart from that immense feast that the alma nature sang. But the bells rang up from the castle announcing Christ turning tomorrow to his heavens; and on the peaks and on the plain, for the auras, f

Horizon

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If there is a moment of the day that is particularly magical and romantic, that is sunset, when the sun hides behind the horizon to give way to the night and the moon. Better than a sunset there is only a sunset over the sea, with the sun reflecting off the water and giving us a majestic show of lights and colors.

Phrases about the sunset by famous authors

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 At that time, I was looking for sunsets, suburbs and unhappiness;  now I look for the mornings, the center and serenity.  (Jorge Luis Borges)  What are you looking for, poet, in the sunset?  (Antonio Machado)  It is impossible to explain human preferences.  Although built with absolutely identical materials, and both beautiful (no one can say which of the two is more beautiful), the setting sun has always had, and has, more public than the one that rises.  (Millôr Fernandes)  Men close their doors against the setting sun.  (William Shakespeare)  I have a horror of sunsets, it's romantic, it makes a lot of melodrama.  (Marcel Proust)  I have reached the highest point of my greatness, and from the height of my glory, I hasten to set.  (William Shakespeare)  The colors of the day slowly melted into gray and the peaks of distant mountains became confused silhouettes of crouching giants.  (Khaled Hosseini)  Young people have a short memory, and have the eyes to look only to

Reflected

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A sunset on the hill by Gianfranco Aurilio I ran after the sun along the river, where the flowers are reflected in the morning wetting the petals in water colored with light, unfolding the stems to the wind, like sails on the sea. I ran after him among blades of grass that touch the sky, between voices and perfumes of green meadows in spring. Under the branches of lime trees over hidden dens beside prickly brambles inside you were hidden beyond the pond behind the bridge near frightened foxes away from curious hawks I ran after the sun without stopping to see it disappear slowly before me on the hill.

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The beauty of nature

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If there is a moment of the day that is particularly magical and romantic, that is sunset, when the sun hides behind the horizon to give way to the night and the moon. Better than a sunset there is only a sunset over the sea, with the sun reflecting off the water and giving us a majestic show of lights and colors.

I ran after the sun

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I ran after the sun  along the river,  where the flowers are reflected in the morning  wetting the petals  in water  colored with light,  unfolding the stems  to the wind,  like sails on the sea.  I ran after him among blades of grass  that touch the sky,  between voices and perfumes  of green meadows  in spring.  Under the branches of the lime trees  over hidden dens  beside prickly brambles  inside you were hidden  beyond the pond  behind the bridge  near frightened foxes  away from curious hawks  I ran after the sun  without stopping  to see it disappear  slowly  before me  on the hill.

Who finds a friend, finds a treasure!

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The breath of the sea.

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The breath of the sea  Peace on those rocks,  the tormented flight  of a thousand seagulls.  Primitive dismay  of the immense,  the instinct for freedom  rediscovered virgin  they overwhelmed nostalgia and hopes.  A fisherman broke the silence.  He explained to me that the conch  she sings because she is alive,  and the sea that she has lost weeps.  Then he went back to her grimace.  I to listen  the breath of the sea.

The stones breathe.

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The stones breathe.  Once in a thousand years and our life is too short to notice  (Fabrizio Caramagna)  Sometimes, if you look at the stones very carefully, you can understand the ocean.  (Terry Pratchett)  You'll find more in the woods than in books.  Trees and stones will teach you what cannot be learned from masters.  (Saint Bernard)  If we had stone eyes, we would see how mountains move.  (Eero Suvilehto)  Silence.  Scratch the stone  a song of cicadas.  (Matsuo Basho)  The sentence must have the hardness of stone and the trembling of leaves.  (Nicolás Gómez Dávila)  Is a mountain just a huge stone?  Is a planet a huge mountain?  (Stanisław Lem)  The water passes, the stones remain.  But only they know at what price.  (Vasile Ghica)  Sometimes I feel like a stone thrown bouncing off water, convinced that it can fly and unaware that sooner or later it will have to sink.  (Fabrizio Caramagna)  God is the arm, chance is the sling, man is the stone.  Try to resist once launched.  

A sunset on the hill

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A sunset on the hill by Gianfranco Aurilio I ran after the sun along the river, where the flowers are reflected in the morning wetting the petals in water colored with light, unfolding the stems to the wind, like sails on the sea. I ran after him among blades of grass that touch the sky, between voices and perfumes of green meadows in spring. Under the branches of lime trees over hidden dens beside prickly brambles inside you were hidden beyond the pond behind the bridge near frightened foxes away from curious hawks I ran after the sun without stopping to see it disappear slowly before me on the hill.

The Wave

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The wave of Gabriele D'Annunzio In the quiet cove spark, scale intesto like the ancient lorica of the cataphract, the sea. It seems to fade. Silver?  gets dark? Suddenly as a blow to unravel the weapon, the strength the wind affects it. It doesn't last. The sluggish wave is born, immediately falls flat. The wind picks up. Another wave is born, gets lost, like a lamb that grazes pel green: a bow of foam that leaps! But the wind comes back, reinforces, redounds. Another wave rises, in his birth more lene what a virginal belly! Palpitates, salt, swells, bends, alums, inclines. The broad back shines like crystal; the light top gets ruffled as a mane horse nivea. The wind undermines it. The wave breaks, falls into the cable of the sound sulcus; it froths, it whitens blossoms, smells, overwhelms the heart, it draws the seaweed and the olive; stretches, rolls, gallops; hitch

Skyscapes

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Because at sunrise and sunset, longer wavelengths are seen first, namely the red and orange ones. Going into more detail, this phenomenon lies in the theories that Lord Rayleigh, a British physicist, expounded at the end of the 19th century. #sunny #sky #sun #italy #nature #instagood #sky #beautiful #photooftheday #travel #ideagb #sea #sunnyday #sunshine #picoftheday #photography #fun #beach #redsky #italia #bluesky #itravelinitaly_com #happy #holiday #clearsky #warm #amazing #landscape #season #weather

You are like the sea in December

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Poems by ivana iebba For all the times you have felt inadequate because you feel everything too much, because it is too deep in a world of superficiality.  This is for you Support Comment You are like the sea in December Impetuous, Strong, Full of life Difficult to understand Often out of season And you need someone who loves challenges The Adventures Because you are a great labyrinth And hidden you have priceless treasures You are the sea in December When it's winter and the wind shakes it Because everything shakes you perhaps too easily. Too deeply But don't be afraid of emotions It is thanks to them that we know we are alive And you feel them in a way that makes your head spin And heart beat You are the sea when in the most magical month of winter It does not allow itself to be destroyed by its waves While feeling them all the way through But it reacts by sharing The breath of the world And donating it to observers so small in comparison t

The "light bora"

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The "light bora" is accompanied by stable, dry and sunny weather conditions, with clear air and excellent visibility resulting from the gusts of fall that sweep away all the persistent impurities in the lower layers.  This type of bura is activated when a solid anticyclonic promontory, well structured even at high altitude, settles with its maximum barics over central Europe, between Germany, the Czech Republic, Poland and the countries of the central-eastern European sector (prevalent  anticyclonic curvature over northern Italy), while a depression area is located on the southern Italian seas or on the lower part of the central Mediterranean. #wind #nature #sea #photography #sky #waves #love #beach #sun #clouds #windsurfing #summer #surf #water #kitesurfing #windy #rain #travel #windsurf #sunset #storm #sailing #ocean #landscape #kiteboarding #naturephotography #weather #kitesurf #kite #bhfyp

The most wind in Italy

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The bora is the most violent and turbulent wind in Italy and in the entire Mediterranean basin.  Given its particular and complex characteristics it is also one of the most studied winds in the world.  Frequently it blows with extreme violence, between autumn, winter and early spring, along the Gulf of Trieste, the coast of Istria and Dalmatia, up to the border with northern Albania, with furious descending gusts  that reach the medium-high Adriatic and then continue in the direction of Veneto, Romagna and the coasts of Marche and Abruzzo, where it can give rise to storm surges with a consistent wave, despite a "Fetch" (sea space on which the  wind) rather limited. #wind #nature #sea #photography #sky #waves #love #beach #sun #clouds #windsurfing #summer #surf #water #kitesurfing #windy #rain #travel #windsurf #sunset #storm #sailing #ocean #landscape #kiteboarding #naturephotography #weather #kitesurf #kite #bhfyp

Bora

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The bora, the origin of the most violent wind in the Mediterranean The bora is the most violent and turbulent wind in Italy and in the entire basin of the Mediterranean Sea, and also one of the most studied winds in the world.  It can often blow in gusts exceeding 130 km / h. #wind #nature #sea #photography #sky #waves #love #beach #sun #clouds #windsurfing #summer #surf #water #kitesurfing #windy #rain #travel #windsurf #sunset #storm #sailing #ocean #landscape #kiteboarding #naturephotography #weather #kitesurf #kite #bhfyp

Superb landscape

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in Italy there is no more superb landscape and panorama.  Imagine tens and tens of kilometers of jagged cliffs with caves, stacks, overhangs and soft beaches in front of the most spectacular of the seas, now wide open and open, now closed in bays as small as docks. 

You walk on a beach like this and you find many stones.

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 And then you remember, you remember that you too once sat there and the hours passed so happy and time was not time.  It is the magic of childhood, you can stay there for an entire afternoon without realizing that you are burning your back.  And it happens, you are on a beach, looking for that timeless time.  And you walk.  And then you find them, many stones.  Of different sizes, with different shades, some are small and gray, others brown.  And you understand that someone passed on that beach before you, perhaps a child.  Only stones.  And fantasy and dream and imagination.  Sometimes you walk on a beach like this and you find lots of stones.

The Kite

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The kite is a bit like happiness.  It makes us understand that sometimes you have to be hung by a thread to fly high. From the small port of Pedaso, passing through the lighthouse, up to Piazza in Campofilone, there are about 3 km to cover to discover this ancient path. The walk will be ecological, cultural and gastronomic at the same time, it will also enjoy the eyes with spectacular views over the sea and towards the rolling hills of Fermo. The departure is from the Porticciolo di Pedaso, a modern structure that welcomes the fishermen of the Adriatic town and where it is possible to buy fresh blue fish of the day. The large space created is often chosen as a location for events dedicated to the sea and food and wine in general. The walk will continue along the Cantautori seafront which offers a splendid view of the entire pedasino shore, characterized by the presence of rocks and unexpected sandy inlets. It will then be the turn of the small church and Pedaso station and

Pedaso beach

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The beach is narrow and about two kilometers long, made up of sand mixed with light colored gravel.  A short distance from the shore you will notice numerous breakwater cliffs that have the purpose of mitigating the erosive action of the sea that every year eliminates entire stretches of the coast of the boot. #landscape #nature #travel #italy #photography #photooftheday #picoftheday #instagood #travelphotography #volgomarche #sky #beautiful #sunset #italia #naturephotography #sea #volgomarche #landscapephotography #ideagb #travelgram #bnw_marche  #itravelinitaly_com #desrinazionemarche #igersitalia #likeitaly #italiainunoscatto #trip #roaditalia #roadtomarche @roadtoialia @roadtomarche #natgeoyourshot @itravelinitaly_com @giuseppebaldassarri @natgeo 

In the "secret" depths of the Adriatic Sea

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The Adriatic Sea is considered one of the "cold engines" of the Mediterranean thermohaline circulation, that is the "conveyor belt" that conveys masses of sea water, heat and chemical compounds, connecting coastal areas and deep and abyssal regions, distant between  them even thousands of kilometers.  The mechanism through which the Adriatic performs this function is the formation of "dense water", therefore heavy waters that sink, and which can occur in the winter months, following episodes of intense wind and cold preceded by relatively little rainy periods. Where these conditions occur (typically in the northern coastal areas, but not only), the water masses see their temperature decrease and their salinity increase, becoming denser than the surrounding waters and therefore tending to move towards the deeper areas of the  pelvis, thus feeding the large circulatory mechanism. The thick water of Puglia In correspondence with these events

The stormy sea beyond the horizon

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 The sea is the mind of the sky, cherubs are the eyes of the sea, the ethereal does not think acts and only the fluid sense of water assigns invisible neurons to the power of the stone forges. Dusky silent, cheerful turquoise, combines with rapid electric discharges majestic and deep thoughts furrowed by ships laden with phantom destinies where only in the sparkling forests of water can their occupants finally be at home. The sea is the mind of the sky, cherubs are the eyes of the sea ... every branch born on this earth is the result of the dream of a wave that has now disappeared. POEM BY Raniero Cappelli

Phrases, quotes and aphorisms about the winter sea.

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 I like the sea in winter.  He puts in the waves, I put in the thoughts.  (Fabrizio Caramagna)  Lying on the sand of the winter sea, opening your hands to the sun and letting your identity evaporate.  (Fabrizio Caramagna)  The sea in winter has a magic that summer will never understand.  (lucastadiva, Twitter)  I like the sea in winter because it is for a few.  (ilCinzio, Twitter)  There are parts of me that exist only when the wind blows from the west and the sea is stormy and the clouds run fast in a sky full of wonder and strange colors.  (Fabrizio Caramagna) #beach #sea #nature #summer #italy #travel #photooftheday #sun #love #beautiful #instagood #photography #sunset #picoftheday #landscape #sky #travelphotography #holiday #italia #instagram #travelgram #vacation #photo #mare #amazing #blue #clouds #instatravel #playa #trip

Sitting in front of the sea.

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sitting in front of the sea. And no, for now I do not intend to reveal the name of this place, soon I will take you through the streets of this characteristic town, soon you will walk with me on this beach. Today you will find the stones here. Each stone is a wave. Each stone is a shell that you bring to your ear to hear the rumble of the sea. Each stone is algae, starfish and crab. Each stone is a bucket, a shovel and the molds. Each stone is an open umbrella, mom's straw bag and a mid-afternoon popsicle. Each stone awaits a hand to pick it up. And then throw it, make it bounce off the surface of the water. One two three four. And then down, it settles on the bottom of the sea. Sea and stones. And then sometimes, you walk on a beach like this and you find a stone, only one.

Riva degli Schiavoni

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The Riva degli Schiavoni is a monumental bank of the city of Venice.  It is located in the Castello district and extends along the San Marco basin in the stretch that goes from the Ponte della Paglia over the Rio di Palazzo, close to the Palazzo Ducale up to the Rio di Ca 'di Dio. The shore takes its name from the merchants from Dalmatia (which at the time of the Republic of Venice was also called "Slavonia" or "Schiavonia") who landed here with their merchant ships to exhibit their trade stands.  The shore was in fact an integral part of the commercial port of Venice and was of great importance thanks to its proximity to Piazza San Marco and the center of Venetian political power. The shore was probably started already in the ninth century and had a first expansion in 1060 with the drying up of a marshy area.  The shore was originally much narrower than the current one, being a little wider than the Ponte della Paglia, as can also be seen from t

Blue in the Sky

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Because at sunrise and sunset, longer wavelengths are seen first, namely the red and orange ones. Going into more detail, this phenomenon lies in the theories that Lord Rayleigh, a British physicist, expounded at the end of the 19th century. #sunny #sky #sun #italy #nature #instagood #sky #beautiful #photooftheday #travel #ideagb #sea #sunnyday #sunshine #picoftheday #photography #fun #beach #redsky #italia #bluesky #itravelinitaly_com #happy #holiday #clearsky #warm #amazing #landscape #season #weather

The waves are white meringue foams

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Love, while life presses us,  it is simply a wave high above the waves.  (Pablo Neruda)  Few people are capable of looking for you where you really are.  That's why I love the sound of the waves.  They always know where you are.  (Fabrizio Caramagna)  It would be enough to turn off your phone, drive to the beach, forget everything and just listen to the sound of the waves crashing on the shore.  (Anonymous)  I tried to discover, amid the sounds of the forests and the waves, words that other men could not hear, and I pricked up my ears to hear the revelation of their harmony.  (Gustave Flaubert)  I have never seen the waves give up, which is also why I love the sea.  (Anonymous)  Who knows who knows tomorrow  What will we get our hands on  If you can still count the waves of the sea  And raise your head ..  (Lucio Dalla)  The waves are white meringue foams

Stones in the sea

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FERNANDO PESSOA SOMETIMES Sometimes on the beach I throw stones in the sea and from my vain gesture I gain a taste for wandering, a taste of Empire left by whom he could center his kingdom but he left everything for pleasure alone to see through the sky and the day. #sunny #sky #sun #italy #nature #instagood #sky #beautiful #photooftheday #travel #ideagb #sea #sunnyday #sunshine #picoftheday #photography #fun #beach #redsky #italia #bluesky #itravelinitaly_com #happy #holiday #clearsky #warm #amazing #landscape #season #weather

Beside the winter sea.

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The Winter Sea Landward the breakers roll and run, The gray-white ospreys near and flee, Beneath the long slant winter sun Beside the winter sea. With chilly gleam the shingle shines; The sand with icy umber glows; Back from the beach the stunted pines Stand somber in the snows. The horizon shows a steely glint,– A line of pickets white patrolled; The empty zenith holds the hint Of cruelty and cold. The north-wind clarions; ’tis a dirge, A requiem, a threnody, Keyed to the sad sound of the surge Beside the winter sea.

Riviera delle Palme

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Riviera delle Palme is a tourist denomination that identifies the stretch of the Marche coast that goes from Cupra Marittima to the mouth of the Tronto, passing through Grottammare and San Benedetto del Tronto.  It represents an important regional tourist reality both for the number of accommodation facilities and for presences. [1]  The name comes from the presence of thousands of palms, mainly of the species Phoenix canariensis, Washingtonia and P. sylvestris. 

If you can

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If you can keep your head when all about you Are losing theirs and blaming it on you; If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you, But make allowance for their doubting too: If you can wait and not be tired by waiting, Or being lied about, don't deal in lies, Or being hated, don't give way to hating, And yet don't look too good, nor talk too wise; If you can

The walk

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From the small port of Pedaso, passing through the lighthouse, up to Piazza in Campofilone, there are about 3 km to cover to discover this ancient path. The walk will be ecological, cultural and gastronomic at the same time, it will also enjoy the eyes with spectacular views over the sea and towards the rolling hills of Fermo.
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