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Because they have boats instead of cars!


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Foto dia scattata presso Cupramarittima sul colle Boccabianca (AP)-Marche-Italy, dall'Autostrada A14.

Attualmente l'albero si è spezzato!

Un vero peccato.


Final Game The LOOK Book IV, pag. 5

I was so fortunate to be able to spend sometime in this beautiful village in Northern Italy - it overlooks beautiful snow-capped mountains and is one of my favourite places in Italy.

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The sun does not shine for days

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towards a warmer climate


in un raro raggio di sole...

Burano Island. Venise, Italy


Thanks to Lenabem-Anna for the texture

Il punto di vista della nuvola sarebbe differente,

quello del granchio diverso ancora,

quello di Enrico la Talpa sarà forse un po' approssimativo,

però non lo so.


Di una cosa son certo ed è che della propria vita ciascuno di noi è interprete e regista indiscusso, ha la facoltà di assegnarsi un ruolo drammatico oppure tragico oppure comico o forse chissà.

Qualunque vita, comunque la si voglia vedere, contiene sia gioie e sia dolori.

Quanto maggiori i dolori rispetto alle gioie è solo e soltanto un punto di vista.


[Mostratemi un eroe e vi farò vedere un imbecille col senso del drammatico]

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Islet in front of Piombino

Painterly textures by Shadow House Creations

Laghetti di Gravellona Lomellina

Italy, Civita di Bagnoregio, sunrise

The splendor of the Middle Ages

campiglia - Since many archaeological evidence in the municipal area is known to have existed prior appropriations to the Middle Ages. The territory already in Etruscan and Roman settlement is also due to the fact that the area is rich in minerals.Today we still visited the furnaces and mine shafts that the Etruscans exploited in search of metals. Were identified traces of a village of huts VIII-IX, it is in the Middle Ages that the town takes shape. In the eleventh century we have the first evidence of written sources that speak of the urban settlement of Campillia although it is certainly from the middle of the twelfth century, when the historical events influenced the Pisan village, that we start talking more and more of the city.

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