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Villa Malaparte

If you ever go to the Isle of Capri, it’s a must that you go see Villa Malaparte (also Casa Malaparte) on Punta Massullo. Not only is the architecture fascinating but it’s history is as well.

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Florence Calling

So I am slowly, SLOWLY, catching up on posting. While staying in San Donato in APRIL (WHERE does the time go???), we took a local, 45 minute bus ride into Florence several days in a row. 300 more words


When Old Meets New

Going for a stroll in southern Italy…this caught my eye

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Ceiling Inspirations from Italy

While in Italy I couldn’t help myself from photographing all the architectural inspirations I came across while exploring Capri and Sicily. Ceilings, were one of the many attractions…

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Martina Fiorita

While we were walking in Spain last month, our house in Martina Franca experienced a much-anticipated facelift. Ever since we acquired this centuries-old place years ago, we had intended to address its aging stucco façade before chunks of ancient plaster wreaked havoc on passers-by below. 786 more words

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Buildings in Rome, Italy

Vintage buildings with beautiful architectural details in Rome, Italy.

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Lerici, porto

listening to the sound of wind whistling through the wires and masts of boats 

(See also “I miss readins a book sitting… 1-2-3-4-5-6-7… 35 more words

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