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Nápoles: la ciudad vieja

Naples historical center

Naples, one of the oldest cities, with the Old Town largest in Europe, whose contemporary urban fabric preserves the elements of the long eventful history. Everything that composes it: squares, monuments, floor plan of the streets, churches and public buildings are artistic and historical treasures of exceptional importance, in 1995 became a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visit the historic center o

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El Palacio Real de Caserta con su parque

The Royal Palace of Caserta with its Park

Triumph of the Italian Baroque, the Palace is one of the most important works of the famous neapolitan architect Luigi Vanvitelli who, commissioned by Charles III of Bourbon, has created a work well-kept in the details and with four monumental courtyards. Not forgetting the beautiful park, today visited by thousands of tourists. Significant influences come from the famous Royal Palace of Versaille

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Villa del Casale en Plaza Armerina

Villa del Casale in Piazza Armerina

Dating from the 1st century BC, is a Roman luxury villa, whose artistic mosaics, baths and portraits of age “Flavia” found in the sedimented levels of the construction, indicate that the house was inhabited until the 4th century, destroyed by an earthquake and then rebuilt by Marcus Aurelius Maximinianus. After centuries, although degraded, it was occupied by the Arabs in the ninth century and fin

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Urbino: la ciudad vieja
The Marches

Historic Centre of Urbino

Between the valley of the Metauro and the Foglia Valley, stands Urbino, rich in art and history, surrounded by a long wall of brick and adorned with sandstone buildings. Known as the “cradle of the Renaissance”, the Roman name Urvinum derives from the Latin urvus (the handle of the plow). However, it was in the fifteenth century that the city experienced its greatest splendor. In particular, unde

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Le Faggete Vetuste

Old Beechwoods

There are 10 “Old Beechwoods” rich with ancient trees recognized as “World Heritage” by UNESCO. They extend from Tuscany to Calabria and, with a total area of over 2,000 hectares, represent one of the major areas of that large “widespread site” including secular beech reserves from 12 countries, and exactly: Austria, Belgium, Slovenia, Spain, Albania , Bulgaria, Croatia, Germany, Romania, Slovakia

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Ivrea, industrial city of the 20th century

The industrial city of Ivrea is located in the Piedmont region and developed as the testing ground for Olivetti, manufacturer of typewriters, mechanical calculators and office computers. It comprises a large factory and buildings designed to serve the administration and social services, as well as residential units. Designed by leading Italian urban planners and architects, mostly between the 1930

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