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Lapedona, Province of Fermo, Italy

Lapedona between the blue of the Adriatic sea and the green of the rolling hills of Fermo in the Marche region. Italy: the most beautiful country in the world. Photo By: Baldassarri Giuseppe Copyright , License Own work , CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 Lapedona between the blue of the Adriatic sea and the green of the rolling hills of Fermo in the Marche region. Lapedona between the blue of the Adriatic sea and the green of the rolling hills of Fermo in the Marche region. Porta Marina epoch: XIII - XV - terracotta doors, In reality it is a counter door built a few meters from the real entrance to the village, on the access ramp, which was mainly used to dampen the heat of the besieging charges. Of the original, demolished in the early 1900s, only the terracotta decorat


TORRE DI PALME CHIESA DI SANTA MARIA A MARE, Piazza Amedeo Lattanzi 2, 63900 Torre di Palme FM, Italy Photo By: Baldassarri Giuseppe Visual Storytelling - Own work , CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 , Link 63900 Torre di Palme FM, Italy. CHURCH OF SANTA MARIA MARE OF TORRE DI PALME is dating back to the 11th century, the church consists of a complex of three interconnected churches that demonstrate a particular artificiality of the restoration interventions that have taken place over the years. The facade overlooking Piazza Amedeo Lattanzi, dating back to the seventeenth century, is built of bricks and stones. Without decorations, it has a portal and a rose window. Stupendous is the robust and thirteenth-century bell tower, original and decorated with pointed arches. Through the four large single lancet windows, you can see the trusses of t

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... 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 . If you can meet the expectations of tourists they will talk about it with relatives, friends, in blogs, share photos and comments on social media, encouraging you to visit the  white beaches  of Salento, to take a photo in front of the imposing  Colosseum , to watch the view from a high altitude refuge in the  Dolomites , to be lulled in the lagoon on a  gondola in Venice , to  taste a plate  of freshly baked lasagna in a typical Emilian inn ... But there is more but much more. The Italian  Small towns  and  "Borghi" villages  that tourists should see, large and small,  medieval and baroque , perched o

Summer, soon I'll dive into the seafoam.

Summer Marine foam. Endless ribbons of seafoam twist along the shore left by the waves, waves have drawn into the sea. Many waves, their numbers will never be known. With a walk, I trace their path on the edge of the water. Even if the path I have traveled leads nowhere, it still gives me direction. My body follows my eyes, my eyes follow the foam, the infinite twisted foam. Reassuring, frightening, peaceful, stormy, disturbing, dark, romantic. The sea, for each of us, can represent many things, remember many moments, arouse many sensations. There are those who fear it, those who love to look at it, those who approach it timidly, those who cannot stay away from it. And you, what relationship do you have with the sea? Do you have  a review, a comment, a question, or a suggestion?   Look at the bottom  left and fill in the form below with  your feedback  ...  I travel to Italy and you?  Last shots and stories for index,  continue here . Photo | Tr


The church is an excellent example of the sober and essential architecture that characterizes most of the local buildings, even the most relevant ones. The facade is linear, devoid of any decorative element. At the top, above the entrance portal, there are some majolica basins arranged in the shape of a cross, according to Augustinian use, unfortunately very ruined. The facade is concluded by a simple gable roof. The apse of the church, oriented towards the sea, has a fortified aspect, as frequently happens in ancient local churches which also constituted a garrison against enemy incursions: it is embattled and crossed externally by two buttresses. Next to the apse is the severed bell tower which, according to tradition, was reduced in this way because the Augustinian monk Martin Luther was hosted in the convent during his journey to Rome before the great schism. The church has a longitudinal plan, with a single covered nave with a gable roof and wooden trusses. The church has thr

Ipse dixit: The sense of beauty

✺❂✺ Travel is the traveler in Italy Discover the soul of the places.  Ipse dixit: The sense of beauty and the spirit that enlivens every place inhabited by man as guides for a fuller and more meaningful existence. Places have a soul. Our job is to find out. Exactly as it happens for the human person. " James Hillman".    Powered by Venezia St Mark's Square and basilica  Italy Copyright “All rights reserved” © By Baldassarri Giuseppe Visual Storytelling HOME

Taormina Ancient Theater

The Ancient theatre of Taormina is an ancient Greek theatre in Taormina, Sicily, built in the third century BC. Address: Taormina, Via del Teatro Greco, 1, 98039, Taormina, ME, Sicily, Italy. Taormina Teatro Antico di Taormina Photo By Gaetano Sampiero Copyright All rights reserved © By ✺❂✺ Travel is the traveler in Italy | Travel is the traveler in Italy

Capri "Queen of Rock"

Capri's most iconic sight is the Faraglioni , three towering rock formations that jut out from the Mediterranean just off the island's coast. « Capri, the queen of rock / in your dress colored lily and amaranth / I lived to play pain and joy/vineyard clusters of dazzling conquered the world / tremble il Tesoro aroma and hair/lamp overhead, pink expanded, a hive of my planet ....»   Extract from Pablo Neruda's poem - Chioma di Capri, Capri - 1952 Capri Faraglioni Author Photo and Copyright By Scalino Gaetano Travel is the traveler in Italy Capri "Queen of Rock" Travel is the traveler. Discover the soul of the places.

The mallard. –

In the wild, the mallard has mainly crepuscular habits, preferring to spend the central hours of the day hidden in wet sheltered locations and with thick vegetation. A flight of wild ducks Wave after wave gift receiving clear transparencies while I strip myself of my dark bodies You with delicate light, you cover my heart with joyful hands that sea is formed in us Love longed for in heavens crystal your eyes from Your kissed our germane souls increasingly free in real wings fly from Sun to Sun from Victory to Victory, The author of this poem work Vincenzo Capitanucci Altidona Lago Azzurro The Mallard Photo and Copyright By Baldassarri Giuseppe Travel is the traveler in Italy Powered by The mallard. – Travel is the traveler. Discover the soul of the places.

Seaside –

Midday on the still and warm sea: she accepts me without shouting: a silence and a smile. Latin spirit, Antiquity, a veil of modesty on the tortured cry! Latin life that knows its limits, reassuring past, oh! Mediterranean! Silent voices still triumph on your banks, who say yes because they denied you! Huge and light, assure and satisfy and murmur the eternity of your minutes, Oh! Mediterranean! And the miracle of your story, you enclose it all in the explosion of your smile. From the Mediterranean by Albert Camus Last shots and stories, continue here . Source: Seaside – ☀ Travel is the traveler. Discover the soul of the places.
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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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