Chiostro della Basilica di SantoStefano, Bologna - Instagram di mimib67

Chiostro della Basilica di SantoStefano, Bologna - Instagram di mimib67

The #Rhaetian #Railway - #UNESCO -  The Rhaetian Railway is a mountain railroad network whose lines connect Italy to Switzerland, via a long labyrinth of wide valleys and mountain passes.  With its two narrow-gauge lines, the railway infrastructure constitutes an engineering, architectonic and administrative feat without comparison, ideal for traversing the impervious mountain terrain. #ItaliaIT #Italy

The #Rhaetian #Railway - #UNESCO - The Rhaetian Railway is a mountain railroad network whose lines connect Italy to Switzerland, via a long labyrinth of wide valleys and mountain passes. With its two narrow-gauge lines, the railway infrastructure constitutes an engineering, architectonic and administrative feat without comparison, ideal for traversing the impervious mountain terrain. #ItaliaIT #Italy

Rooftops of Bologna - Instagram by mikatrustinmika

Rooftops of Bologna - Instagram by mikatrustinmika

Tra sogno e realtà..Il #Castello incantato di #Torrechiara - Foto di ItalyLandscape&Art

Tra sogno e realtà..Il #Castello incantato di #Torrechiara - Foto di ItalyLandscape&Art

#Archiginnasio di #bologna - #TeatroAnatomico foto di @misspocopopmoltorock

#Archiginnasio di #bologna - #TeatroAnatomico foto di @misspocopopmoltorock

zona universitaria nel centro storico di #Bologna foto di @Shannon Bellanca Copeland

zona universitaria nel centro storico di #Bologna foto di @Shannon Bellanca Copeland

#Aquileia, the Ruins and the Basilica - #FriuliVeneziaGiulia - It was also one of the largest and richest Mediterranean cities within the Roman Empire, and eventually was made seat of the Ecumenical Patriarchate that lasted until 1751. Thus, Aquileia became a dominant hub of the Christian world for Central Europe from the Middle Ages to the 18th Century. The archaeological excavations have not brought to light everything regarding the the Roman Era city #ItaliaIT #Italy

#Aquileia, the Ruins and the Basilica - #FriuliVeneziaGiulia - It was also one of the largest and richest Mediterranean cities within the Roman Empire, and eventually was made seat of the Ecumenical Patriarchate that lasted until 1751. Thus, Aquileia became a dominant hub of the Christian world for Central Europe from the Middle Ages to the 18th Century. The archaeological excavations have not brought to light everything regarding the the Roman Era city #ItaliaIT #Italy

#Caserta, the #RoyalPalace and #Park - #Campania -  Commissioned by Charles III of Bourbon in the 1700s, Luigi Vanvitelli planned this palace, a triumph of the Italian Baroque and one of the most famous and important works by the Neapolitan architect. Everyday visitors are left enchanted by the beauty of its interiors and by the magnificence of its exterior.  #Italy #ItaliaIT #UNESCO

#Caserta, the #RoyalPalace and #Park - #Campania - Commissioned by Charles III of Bourbon in the 1700s, Luigi Vanvitelli planned this palace, a triumph of the Italian Baroque and one of the most famous and important works by the Neapolitan architect. Everyday visitors are left enchanted by the beauty of its interiors and by the magnificence of its exterior. #Italy #ItaliaIT #UNESCO

#Turin, the #Savoy #Residences - Piedmont - #UNESCO -  A visit to Turin and its hinterland, in discovery of the splendid Royal Residences that the Savoys had constructed between the 17th and 18th Centuries, is truly an immersion into these historic centers of power, as well as the hunting lodges, vacation resorts and venues of court life. #ItaliaIt #Italy

#Turin, the #Savoy #Residences - Piedmont - #UNESCO - A visit to Turin and its hinterland, in discovery of the splendid Royal Residences that the Savoys had constructed between the 17th and 18th Centuries, is truly an immersion into these historic centers of power, as well as the hunting lodges, vacation resorts and venues of court life. #ItaliaIt #Italy

#Longobards in Italy and Their Places of Power. These “places of power” and the monuments realized during the rule of the Longobards in Italy. Dispersed all the way from Udine to Foggia, the buildings, churches and monuments they left behind narrate the influence the Germanic tribe had on Italy during the High Middle Ages.

#Longobards in Italy and Their Places of Power. These “places of power” and the monuments realized during the rule of the Longobards in Italy. Dispersed all the way from Udine to Foggia, the buildings, churches and monuments they left behind narrate the influence the Germanic tribe had on Italy during the High Middle Ages.

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