Rome

PONTE UMBERTO ROMA ITALY

Ponte umberto is located  just north of  Castel San’Angelo  and affords access to the Tiber riverwalk. This bridge connects Piazza di Ponte umberto on the southside Palace of Justice on the northend . The bridge itself is rather plain and not ornate as Ponte San’Angelo  just downstream . It does provide a great location for photography of the Palace of ...

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AN EYE OPENER—ITALIAN CULTURE

Italian culture is steeped in the arts , family , architecture , music and food.  Home of the Roman Empire and a major center of Renaissance. The Italian culture has flourished for centuries but briefly i will like to reveal some interesting things to you about Italian customs and traditions ; About 90 percent of the population of Italy is ...

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FASTEST WAY TO GET PERMESSO DI SOGGIORNO IN ITALY

If you are seeking for Italian Permit longer than 3 months , within 8 days of arriving in Italy you have to apply for   the Permesso.  This is because you have to convert your VISA  (which grants you access into the country )  to a  Permit of Stay  (which allows you to actually stay in the country ). Go to ...

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ST PETER’S BASILICA CHURCH VATICAN CITY

St Peter’s Basilica is Late Renaissance church by architects including Michelangelo , Begun by Pope Julius 2 in 1506 and completed in 1615 under Paul V. The church which is proudly located at Piazza San Pietro 00120 in Vatican City sits about 25,000  worshippers . It is designed as a three -aisled  latin with a Dome at  the crossing directly ...

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BERNINI’S FOUNTAIN

Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi ( Fountain of the Four Rivers ) is a Fountain in  Piazza Navona  Rome , Italy. It was designed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini in 1965 for Pope Inocent X whose family Palace ,the Palazzo Pamphili faced onto the Piazza as did the church of Sant’Agnese in Agone of which Innocent was the sponsor.

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LAKE GARDA

LAKE GARDA This is the largest and most beautiful lake in Italy. It is a popular holiday location and it’s located Northern Italy , about halfway between Brescia and Verona , and between  Venice and Milan on the edge of the Dolomites. Most times when we see natural sightings we begin to imagine how it started , what it actually ...

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Leading Tourism Attractions in Italy

Vacation  in Italy is about as good as it gets as the tourism  offerings  are very  spectacular. For the art Buff  Italy is the home  to the major works of Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael and other notables. For the architecture aficionado there’s the Colosseum in Rome, St Marks Square in Venice and the Duomo  in Florence. For those of ...

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