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3 Food Factories That You Can Visit In Italy

Bologna, the food capital of Italy has a very special way of welcoming visitors. The locals allow them to see how they make their most signature, gourmet food items: Parma ham, parmesan cheese and traditional balsamic vinegar. They do this in the form of tours that you can join any time. The food tours also […]

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Venice flooded – 4th Time in a Decade

There is nothing new or extraordinary about water in the streets of Venice – well just as long as it flows in the channels and doesn’t flood the streets and squares. Venice has been fighting high water for years, because of the rising sea level and the subsidence of the sandy grounds, threatening the city […]

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Fontana di Trevi: the most famous fountain in Rome

No matter how often you visit Rome, the Fontana di Trevi or Trevi Fountain is always on the agenda. Maybe it’s because of the legend and tradition that if you throw a coin in to the fountain, you are guaranteed to return to the eternal city. Regardless if this is true or not, the Trevi […]

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The Leaning Tower of Pisa

The leaning tower of Pisa impresses with its history, the myths that surround it, its architecture and its appeal. The leaning tower of Pisa also plays an important role as an economic factor for not only the city of Pisa but the whole of Tuscany. Its History The leaning tower of Pisa as we see […]

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The street fountains of Rome

Nasoni, street fountain, Rome

The history of the street fountains in Rome is as old as that of the world. They are called Nasoni and you will find over 2,500 dotted around the city, with the first one ever being installed in 1874. Nasoni translated means “big nose” and each one is marked with the traditional Roman S.P.Q.R which […]

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