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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 - The Soul of Places).
"What does it mean that places have a soul?" Have you ever had that feeling, upon entering a place (a city, a museum, a landscape), of being able to feel vividly as a sort of distinctive mark of that place, specific psychic energy characterizing that particular place? The ancient Romans, this energy, called it Genius Loci (the genius of the place). Last shots and stories for The Soul of Places in Italy, continue here.



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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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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.

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…

The Gothic Arch in Porto San Giorgio > L'Arco Gotico.

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I Travel in Italy introduce; The Gothic Arch in Porto San Giorgio @portosangiorgio Copyright All rights reserved © By itravelinitaly.com travelers from Italy Photo OnGoogleMaps by Baldassarri Giuseppe. 
Corso Garibaldi, 137, 63822 Porto San Giorgio, FM, Marches, Italy. The visits the oldest part of the city, towards the south, along Corso Castel San Giorgio, at the end of the street, crosses a large Gothic arch which, together with the other on the left, belonged to the ancient structure of the port. A pointed arch, proud and solitary guardian of the ancient port. Walking through the narrow alleys of the old town one breathes a soft sea air, with the memory among now vanished noises of ancient crafts the indelible traces of history are clearly distinguished.

Chiesa Del Rosario a Porto San Giorgio > Church of the Rosary.

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Location in Corso Giuseppe Garibaldi 42, 63822, Porto San Giorgio, FM, Fermano, Province of Fermo, Marches, Italy. Church, dedicated to Mary, has a delicate eighteenth-century facade. The Church was built in 1728, the interior has three naves; the central one houses a rich baroque altar behind which there is the statue of the Virgin of the Rosary, celebrated on the first Sunday of October, in memory of the battle of Lepanto, on 7 October 1571, which marked the definitive liberation of the coasts from the assault of the Saracens. The ceiling was frescoed by Sigismondo Nardi; of the work of the great Sangiorgese painter, today only the apse dome depicting the Madonna with child in her arms remains.

Torre Merlata in Porto San Giorgio, the main tower of the medieval castle.

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Torre Merlata Porto san Giorgio, 63822 Porto San Giorgio, Province of Fermo, Marches, Italy All the medieval castles, even the crenelated tower retains the architectural character of the battlements, or of the toothed top. The aim was to protect the soldiers who were walking on top of the towers from the attacks of archers and slingers. The edges of the battlements contained drains, trapdoors that allowed them to throw stones at the enemies or to pour boiling water. There are two main styles of battlements, Guelphs and Ghibellines, from the two factions that used them. Later they were built at the discretion of the building and tower designers.

From Piazza Peretti go down via the lodges.

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I Travel in Italy introduce; From Piazza Peretti go down via the lodges @grottammare Copyright All rights reserved © By itravelinitaly.com travelers from Italy Photo OnGoogleMaps by Baldassarri Giuseppe Visual Storytelling.
Piazza Peretti, Grottammare Alta, Grottammare, Province of Ascoli Piceno, AP, Marches, Italy. I travel in Italy. I introduce you Grottammare Alta, the medieval village overlooking the sea, gathered on the edge of a hill, with rustic houses and small streets, where the scent of orange groves expands.

The blue lake is colored by a romantic Autumn

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I Travel in Italy introduce; The blue lake is colored by a romantic Autumn @altidona Copyright All rights reserved © By itravelinitaly.com travelers from Italy Photo OnGoogleMaps by Baldassarri Giuseppe Visual Storytelling . Location; Contrada Carbuccio, 25, 63824, Marina di Altidona, Altidona, FM, Fermano, Marches, Italy.

The blue lake is colored by a romantic Autumn. What could be more romantic than the lake in the fall? When its banks are colored with the warm hues of the foliage and in the sparkling air you hear only the chirping of birds and the rustling of dry leaves that spread like a carpet colored yellow, red and orange.

Bronze sculpture in the square of the theater in Altidona.

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I Travel in Italy introduce; Bronze sculpture in the square of the theater in Altidona @altidona Copyright All rights reserved © By itravelinitaly.com travelers from Italy Photo OnGoogleMaps by Baldassarri Giuseppe Visual Storytelling .  
Piazza del Teatro, 4, 63824 Altidona, FM, Marches, Italy. This space has been arranged for the renovation of the Teatro Comunale. Today the appearance is made pleasant by the stone paving and by the wrought iron railing that borders it on the side of the valley. It is also characterized by a bronze sculpture donated by the sculptor Francesco Lucidi, as well as from a fountain and a sundial from the early 19th century.

The massive Clock Tower in Porto San Giorgio

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Piazza S. Giorgio, 7, 63822 Porto San Giorgio, FM, Marches, Italy. At the foot of the Rocca Tipolo of Porto San Giorgio, stands the cathedral of the city, the nineteenth-century church of the patron, three naves in neoclassical style. Inside are the monumental statue of the patron saint on horseback, by G. Paci (1840), and a copy of the polyptych by Carlo Crivelli. On the square in front we find the marble "fountain of democracy", by Alfonso Bernardini, and the massive clock tower.

The sea breeze at Grottammare Borgo.

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I Travel in Italy introduce; Logge & Piazza Peretti @grottammare Copyright All rights reserved © By itravelinitaly.com travelers from Italy Photo OnGoogleMaps by Baldassarri Giuseppe Visual Storytelling .  
Logge & Piazza Peretti, 63066 Grottammare Alta, AP, Marches, Italy. This feels arrived at ancient Grottammare, called Alta. The medieval village that develops around Piazza Peretti, overlooked by the Palazzo Priorale, the Altana dell' Orologio, the Teatro dell'Arancio, the elegant loggia, and the splendid belvedere. Not far away is the seventeenth-century church of Santa Lucia attributed to the architect Fontana and commissioned by Sisto V. In the walk along the walls you can visit the restored Torrione Della Battaglia.

Fountain and the Clock Tower Porto San Giorgio

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Corso Giuseppe Garibaldi 100, 63822 Porto San Giorgio, PortoSanGiorgio, Province of Fermo, Marches, Italy. Fountain of Democracy and the Clock Tower in Porto San Giorgio. In the upper part of the entire sculpture, placed over a globe, stands a majestic female figure (image allegory of democracy) that holds a pomegranate in the right hand and ears of wheat in the left hand, symbols of fertility and abundance respectively.

Church of St. George the Martyr Cathedral of Porto San Giorgio

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Church of St. George the Martyr, Cathedral of Porto San Giorgio, Piazza San Giorgio 2, 63822 Porto San Giorgio, Province of Fermo, Marches, Italy. Built next to the clock tower and at the foot of the Rocca, designed by architect Giunchini, it is in a neoclassical style, with an interior with three naves, divided by twin columns and a single-sided façade with two slopes.

Rocca Tiepolo fortress in Porto San Giorgio.

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Rocca Tiepolo, fortress in Porto San Giorgio, Via Leonardo Da Vinci 3, 63822, Porto San Giorgio, FM, Marches, Fermano, Italy. Fortress built-in 1267 at the behest of Lorenzo Tiepolo, podestà of the nearby city of Fermo and future Doge of the Serenissima, stands on a small promontory set up to defend the ancient port of the city. It has walls - remodeled over the centuries - with a pentagonal plan, with towers and Guelph battlements and a high central keep. The fortified defensive complex included, in addition to the fortress, also: upstream, a boundary wall defending the whole port culminating in a high tower; of arches, in masonry, placed to guard the waters of the ancient landing place.

Areas of brick, stone and travertine in Tesino and Tronto Valley.

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Tronto valley, Piazza Peretti, 63066 Grottammare, Grottannare Borgo, AP, Marches, Italy. Near the mountains, crumbling hills stand out as far as the foothills, areas of brick, stone, and travertine, of which the smaller centers of the Tronto valley are made. From every ridge and from every hill it is possible to enjoy vast panoramas.

Fountain of Democracy, by Alfonso Bernardini, and the Clock Tower in Porto San Giorgio.

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Corso Giuseppe Garibaldi, 100 63822, Porto San Giorgio, FM, Province of Fermo, Marches, Italy. The fountain of Democracy or Abundance: In 1897 the aqueduct was built for the city of Porto San Giorgio, and, to celebrate the important event, it was decided to ask Alfonso Bernardini to create a sculpture that celebrated forever a work so relevant to all citizens. In the upper part of the entire sculpture, placed over a globe, stands a majestic female figure (image allegory of democracy) that holds a pomegranate in the right hand and ears of wheat in the left hand, symbols of fertility and abundance respectively. Clock Tower: Built-in 1829 in the main square to replace another tower unfortunately demolished in 1820. Every citizen, and why not, every passing tourist th…

Lago Azzurro Altidona Marina di Altidona Valdaso

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Contrada Carbuccio 25, 63824 Marina di Altidona, Altidona, Fermano, FM, Marches, Italy. Altidona at the lake A beautiful sunset, the calm waters of the lake, the only pleasant chatter of animals, ducks, trouts and carp that emerge to gasp, the sound of footsteps in the grass, all these taking pictures continuously, this I do in a beautiful afternoon in Altidona, surrounded by nature. And what's better.

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

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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 …

The ancient village of Grottammare and its galleries on the square.

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Logge di Piazza Peretti, Piazza Peretti 1, 63066 Grottammare AP, Italy The ancient village of Grottammare develops around Piazza Peretti, which is overlooked by some of the famous buildings such as the Palazzo Priorale, the Altana dell' Orologio, the Teatro dell'Arancio, the elegant loggia, and the belvedere.
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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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