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Canto degli Alberti Monterchi

CHARME AND RELAIS - COUNTRY HOUSE WITH SWIMMING POOL - PARK - PIERO DELLA FRANCESCA Canto degli Alberti is an old stone country residence which was used as a farmhouse and ...

Arezzo - Tuscany

Antica Sosta dei Viandanti Firenze

In the heart of the magnificent city of Florence at only  300 ms from Piazza Duomo, Piazza Signoria, Ponte Vecchio, Galleria degli Uffizi 800 meters away from the railway Station ...

Florence - Tuscany

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Casa Aurora Bussolengo

  Casa Aurora is a newly restored rural farmhouse which has adopted a bio architectural atmosphere for those in search of a family environment but at the same time curate and ...

Verona - Veneto

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Catanzaro - Catanzaro

Calabria is a southern region delimited by the Tirrenian Sea and the Ionic Sea. Its Capital is Reggio Calabria, and its provinces are Catanzaro, Cosenza, Crotone and Vibo Valentia. It was a very important colony for the Greek expansion (Magna Grecia) in the 8th century B.C. . After the second ...
Potenza - Potenza

The region, currently is made up of the Capital Potenza and the provinces of Matera, which is known by the name of Lucania; in fact it was inhabited by the Lucani in the 7th century B.C. During the Roman period it was part of the third roman region under the empire ...
Medieval villages in Livorno
Livorno - Piombino

 Lying on the hills overlooking the sea, or immersed in the countryside, the medieval villages of the Etruscan Coast have ancient historical and cultural traditions.In the province of Livorno, Castagneto Carducci, Bolgheri, Suvereto, Campiglia Marittima, Bibbona Sassetta Rosignano Marittimo Piombino Populonia and still retain the testimony of a rich history ...
Napoli - Napoli

Campania is made up of the capital Naples, and of the provinces of Salerno, Avellino, Benevento and Caserta. During the 2nd and 1st millennia B.C. it was inhabited by the Aurunci and the Opici. As most of southern Italy, the region became part of the Magna Grecia, during the greek colonization ...
Religious culture in Trentino
Trento - Levico Terme

 The church of St. Biagio, near the road-Revò Sanzeno, perched atop a huge rocky cliff, surrounded by deep canyons hundreds of meters.Folk tales, in part documented by archaeological discoveries, have seen this place, the scene of many different events, the existence of a Roman tower, the site of a hospital, ...
Emilia Romagna
Bologna - Bologna

Emilia Romagna is made up of the provinces of Piacenza, Parma, Reggio Emilia, ModenaFerrara, Bologna (the capital), Forlì-Cesena, Ravenna and Rimini. Inside the territory there is the ==Repubblic of San Marino=?= The Villanoviana civilization, one of the oldest civilizations that inhabited the Italian peninsula, developed in Emilia, a village near Bologna, ...
Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Trieste - Trieste

Friuli Venezia Giulia is made up of the capital Trieste and by the provinces of Pordenone, Udine and Gorizia. During the Bronze Age, the 3rd millennium B.C., the region was inhabited by tribes that lived in caverns and in fortified villages, and subsequently suffered from the immigration of the Illiria populations. During ...
Important Tuscan characters
Firenze - Firenze

  TUSCAN CHARACTERSDante Alighieri, Francesco Petrarch and Giovanni Boccaccio, lived in the fourteenth century, are justly considered the fathers of the Italian language. In the same century, the Supreme renewed the Giotto painting of him we are immortal masterpieces in Assisi, Florence, Padua.Like Leonardo, Michelangelo, the other Tuscan, who was a ...
Roma - Roma

The region is made up of Rome capital of the region and capital of Italy, and by the provinces of Latina, Frosinone, Viterbo and Rieti.The Vatican an autonomous state, is located inside the city of Rome.The history of the region parallels the history of Rome, founded in the 8th century ...
Genova - Genova

Liguria is made up of the capital Genova, and by the provinces of La Spezia, Savona and Imperia. During the Palaeolithic Age, the territory was certainly inhabited. During the Neolithic Age, starting from 2000 B.C. , the Liguri civilization inhabited the territory and were for sure the first population to ...
Milano - Milano

The region gets its name from the Longobards, who dominated the region from the 6th century to the 8th century B.C. Lombardy is made up of the capital Milanand by the provinces of Pavia, Varese, Lodi, Bergamo, Lecco, Como, Cremona, Sondrio, Mantova and Brescia. The region was surely inhabited during ...
Ancona - Ancona

Marches (the only region in Italy whose name is plural, and seems to be of Longobard origin) is made up of the capital Ancona and the provinces of Macerata, Ascoli Piceno and Pesaro and Urbino. The civilization of the Piceni inhabited the hinterlands while the Gauls inhabited the coast. In the 1st ...
Campobasso - Campobasso

Near the outskirts of Isernia were discovered the first traces of human civilization in the territory of Molise, dating back as far as 730,000 years. The region, originally called Sannio, was inhabited by the Sannitiin fact. They came to this region, according to Strabone, in the 6th century B.C. . ...
L'Aquila - L'Aquila

Abruzzo is made up of the capital Aquilaand various provinces such as Pescara, Chieti e Teramo. The first traces of human establishment go back to the Palaeolithic Age; in ancient times, during the Iron Age, the region was inhabited by Italic populations as the Sabini, Piceni, Equi, Vestini, Marsi, Peligni ...
Torino - Torino

Piedmont, during the 1800‘s was the home base for the unity of the Italian state. Piedmont is made up of Turin the capital, and the provinces of Ivrea, Vercelli, Cuneo, Asti, Novara, and Alessandria and to which, recently, were added Biella and Verbano-Cusio-Ossola. The Liguri were the first to inhabit the ...
Apulia History
Bari - Bari

 Puglia, the "heel of Italy", now comprises the provinces of Bari (town), Foggia, Brindisi, Taranto and Lecce. People were coming from Illyricum (the Balkan region corresponding to the current Serbia-Montenegro-Croatia-Bosnia) to settle initially in the long southern region, which, from the eighth century BC C., as a result of migration ...
Cagliari - Cagliari

Sardinia is made up of the capital Cagliari and the provinces of Sassari, Nuoro and Oristano. According to historical facts, the first human presence goes back to the Neolithic Age (3rd millennum B.C.). The characteristic Nuraghi (constructions for defensive purposes) are the primary testimony of civilization on the island. In the ...
Palermo - Palermo

Sicily is made up of the capital Palermo and the provinces of Catania, Messina, Trapani, Siracusa, Caltanissetta, Enna, Ragusa and Agrigento. In the Palaeolithic age the region was inhabited by the Elimi, Sicani and Siculi. The region was heavily influenced by the Phoenician and Greeck populations who improved economic ...
History of Bellagio on Lake Como
Como - Bellagio

 In Roman times, the lake of Como was an important part. The Romans introduced the olive and laurel, which is still found in abundance on the shores of the lake. And always the Romans discovered, especially for Bellagio, a vocation that still distinguishes the town Larian: the resort. The strategic position ...
Territory, population and history of Tuscany
Firenze - Firenze

The Tuscan landscape is varied and picturesque, green Apennines forests, down rivers, irrigating the fertile and populous valleys. At the center rise the hills of Chianti and the Metalliferous, smiling vineyards and cypress trees. Along the coast, flanked by majestic pine forests, lies the plain of the Maremma. On the ...

Casale del Vacanziere was created by restructuring a farmhouse, making the most of the splendid view and the peacefulness of the area.  The Casale del Vacanziere, immersed in the green ...

Florence - Tuscany
Farm holiday
San Leonardello Giarre

Near the sea, on the slope of mount Etna... The farm house, immersed in the countryside of Eastern Sicily, surrounded by an historic biological citrus garden, offers accommodations in restored rural ...

Catania - Sicily
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