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Oh, to be able to walk this path! Ancient Village, Roccantica, Italy photo via rasputo

Perugia - Medieval Village

No wonder all of Europe died in the Plague. bluepueblo: Medieval Village, Perugia, Italy photo via jennifer

Italian street.

Discover our list of 7 best places in Italy? Check out these seven gorgeous Italian cities you must visit before you die. From Venice, Milan to Rome.

Tiltshift.

Vernazza, Cinque Terre, Italy-Ive seen so many pictures and thing the color of the buildings is so very beautiful!

Watery doorway, Venice - Italy

I would happily get my toes wet if this was my entryway. Venice, Italy- I love this place, it was a favorite!

Such beautiful little streets - makes me feel SO contented and I've never stepped foot there.

Cobblestone Street With Flowers Photograph - Cobblestone Street With Flowers Fine Art Print - Montefalco, Italy

Venecia

Evening on a quiet canal in Venice.Venice may be packed with tourists, but you can get away from the crowds and enjoy the quieter neighborhoods. There's no place more romantic.// despite the tourists, i would visit venice again in a heartbeat!

chimycat: “ Florence, Italy ”

Most of these beautiful quaint shops and cafes are located in the oldest parts of the world, France and England. Some are located in US and Canada. Would love to visit all these places, if only in my.

Florence, Italy

CURB APPEAL – another great example of beautiful design. Narrow Street, Florence, Italy photo via sarah.

Trevy Fontain, Rome, Italy

Fontana di Trevi in Rome, Italy. So Beautiful! The water at the bottom of the fountain represents the sea.legend is if you toss a coin over your shoulder into the fountain you will return to Rome: )

Cobblestone Street, Tremosine ,Italy

Tremosine, Italy is a commune in the Italian province of Brescia, Lombardy, near Lake Garda.

San Gimignano is a small walled medieval hill town.The main sights are The Palazzo Comunale, the Collegiate Church and Church of Sant' Agostino. San Gimignano is a UNESCO site.

San Gimignano, Italy (often called Tuscany& Manhattan as the towers on a number of the buildings look like the Manhattan skyline as you approach)

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