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Inside Santa Maria dei Servi

I told you yesterday a little about Santa Maria dei Servi, a church — well, a minor basilica, as of 1954 — here in Bologna. 366 more words

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Bella Bologna, Sunshine or Rain

Unlike the typical non-stop sunshine Bologna usually has, we’ve had some clouds and rain recently. Non-stop rain today, in fact, which has made for some damp walks with Charlie. 78 more words

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Where Sigismondo and Alfredo Meet

(For American’s of a certain age, I’m now picturing Sigmund the sea monster eating a bowl of “fettucine alfredo”. For the Italians, yes, I know, “Chi รจ Alfredo”? 146 more words

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Archtrove travels to Italy - colosseum, columns, culture, carbs

Italian Architecture

Italy is the epitome of classical style. Steeped in equal amounts of tradition and elegance. Most commonly known for its arches and domes which were constructed during the ancient Roman times. 407 more words

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Italian Architecture

Leaving you with this pictures of church facades in Southern Italy to start off a wonderful week. Note the totally different materials used as well as decorations and artistic endeavor.

In the Heart of Ferrara - Majestic Castle

Situated in the centre of the city of Ferrara, you cannot miss this great medieval castle which is surrounded by a large moat. The Castello Estense is a large block with four corner towers. 394 more words

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A Church with a View

Outside, the day was steamy and still, a typical late afternoon July day in Florence. But inside, ahhhh, inside the walls of San Miniato al Monte… 140 more words

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