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Houses in Camogli, Italy were traditionally painted different colors so that fishermen could easily pick out their own home as they approached the village from the sea.

Why You Must Explore This Hidden Riviera

Camogli : Why You Must Explore This Hidden Riviera Tucked into a thyme-scented hillside, the slow-paced fishing village of Camogli is easy to find and hard to forget. It’s only a two-hour drive from Milan—and yet one of Italy’s best-kept secrets.

Camogli, Genoa, Italy  (by fede0253 on Flickr) The houses were painted different colors so the fishermen could recognize their home from afar.

Camogli, Genoa, Italy - The houses were painted different colors so the fishermen could recognize their home from afar.

The beachfront monastery at San Fruttuoso, Italy

The beachfront monastery at San Fruttuoso, Genoa, Italy (by Portofino) - where "Christ of the Abyss" is in the submerged in honor of Dario Gonzatti, the first Italian to use Scuba Gear, died in

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