The Greek theatre of Taormina

When visiting Sicily, you should really go to Taormina. It is known as the Pearl of the Ionian Sea and is located at the top of Mt. Taurus. From the top of this mountain we have a staggering view. History This city was founded in the year of 396 BC by inhabitants who...

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Sicily

In my opinion, and based on the places that I know, there’s Italy and there’s Sicily. This Italian island is a bit unlike the rest of the country. Its history is different and a truly rich one. It is a fascinating site. Location and provinces of Sicily Sicily is an...

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The Grand Canal and the Rialto Bridge

The Grand Canal is Venice’s vastest and most important canal. It crosses most of the city, making a double curve, starting at the train station and ending near St Mark’s Square. It is the city’s main lane, and the movement of vaporettos is permanent. It is about 4 km...

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St Mark’s Basilica

The St Mark’s Basilica is the most famous in Venice. It is located on the homonymous square and it is one of the best-known examples of the Byzantine architecture. Its history is really ancient. It started in the year of 828, when the relics of St Mark were stolen and...

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The islands of Venice

Venice has 177 islands spread along the lagoon. For this reason, a stroll through La Serenissima must include lovely boat cruises that visit some of the region’s islands. Do not confine yourself to the main island. The most popular, and those that I will talk about,...

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The gondolas of Venice

The gondolas of Venice are perhaps the world’s most beautiful boats. They are typical of this city that is located in Italy’s northeast and are part of the romantic envision of many. The workmanship and structures of the gondolas that today float in Venice’s canals...

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