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Chic charm: The archetypal dolce vita seaside destination, Portofino is as pretty as a picture with its tall pastel houses facing a harbour lined with bars and restaurants. Italy’s innumerable beachfront resorts called for the trade in beach buggy conversions of regular cars by the many specialist coachbuilders throughout Italy at the time. Almost twice as expensive as a standard 500, the fun and frivolous Fiat Jolly was favoured by the rich and famous, including Aristotle Onassis and…

Chic charm: The archetypal dolce vita seaside destination, Portofino is as pretty as a picture with its tall pastel houses facing a harbour lined with bars and restaurants. Italy’s innumerable beachfront resorts called for the trade in beach buggy conversions of regular cars by the many specialist coachbuilders throughout Italy at the time. Almost twice as expensive as a standard 500, the fun and frivolous Fiat Jolly was favoured by the rich and famous, including Aristotle Onassis and…

babyvintagee: Marie-Sophie Wilson-Carr for Glamour France, 1991...

babyvintagee: “Marie-Sophie Wilson-Carr for Glamour France, 1991 by Mikael Jansson ”

Street with washer women, Naples - Italy ca.1890-1900 - Pixdaus

Street with washerwomen, Naples, Italy Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.

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Behind the scenes in the travel and hospitality industry

PUBBLICITA' 1911 ACCUMULATORI ELETTRICI BATTERIE G.HENSEMBERGER MONZA MILANO

Pubblicita' 1911 accumulatori elettrici batterie g.hensemberger monza milano

Heres #2, La Dolce Vita Her info: Italian Film Poster Series: Federico Fellinis La Dolce Vita Designed by Meta Newhouse, who used worm-eaten vintage typography from the archives at Tipoteca (Cornuda, Italy) to communicate the decline in morality during the 1960s (one of the key themes of the film) More info and the complete series at Etsy.

Heres La Dolce Vita Her info: Italian Film Poster Series: Federico Fellinis La Dolce Vita Designed by Meta Newhouse, who used worm-eaten vintage typography from the archives at Tipoteca (Cornuda, Italy).

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