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Your online magazine about Italy's undiscovered beauty and grandeur. Discover with us!
Your online magazine about Italy's undiscovered beauty and grandeur. Discover with us!

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Although they might be less famous than other local sights, don’t miss the chance to visit Pisa's walls!

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“Is cuaddeddus” are the last wild horses in Europe. They run free amongst the cork oaks and the ponds of the Giara di Gesturi, a basalt plateau in central-southern Sardinia.

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The Nymphaeum at Villa Visconti Borromeo Arese Litta in Lainate (twenty kilometers north-west of Milan) http://goo.gl/SFRVdM
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The beautiful garden of the Villa Buonaccorsi is clearly marked by the talent of an illustrious 17th-century botanist... http://goo.gl/zJIALY

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What are the most beautiful alpine huts at over 3,000 meters? Here they are: http://goo.gl/XlC26m
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Prendete due blogger italiani e due stranieri, fateli esplorare l’immensità delle Grotte di Frasassi, il panorama mozzafiato della Riviera del Conero, la spiritualità di Loreto, la meraviglia dell’arte di Osimo ed otterrete il #frasassitour promosso da Consorzio Frasassi e Regione Marche, in collaborazione con Riviera del Conero e Social Media Team Marche della Fondazione Marche Cultura. Dal 16 al 19 giugno ve lo racconteremo minuto per minuto
#destinazionemarche  +miprendoemiportovia +italian ways  #blogtour  

http://www.destinazionemarche.it/frasassitour-alla-scoperta-delle-grotte-e-dintorni/
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A journey to find the oldest botanical gardens in Italy: six wonderful vegetable treasure troves, where research and beauty are synonymous! http://goo.gl/6hQiEZ
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Genoa'a historical shops: here is a short, 1-kilometer tour around the very heart of this superb city. http://goo.gl/nfrQuS

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Michelangelo’s wonderful “Pietà” portrayed in Amendola’s photos http://goo.gl/pGOxXL
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