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The Land of Romeo and Juliet – Verona Italy

The Land of Romeo and Juliet – Verona Italy

Verona in Italy is a beautiful city that offers a lot of stuff to do and see and admire! The birthplace of the William Shakespeare set Romeo and Juliet, also offers so many mesmerizing views to behold. From ancient Roman ruins (including an incredibly well-preserved arena) to a medieval castle, from stunning piazzas to historic…
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The Pantheon, Rome, Italy

The Pantheon, Rome, Italy

With its impenetrable wall and huge marble columns, the Pantheon is a monument in Rome, Italy. It is speculated that the original Pantheon built sometime in 25-27 BC, Marcus Agrippa, during the reign of Augustus. However, the exact construction date of the Pantheon remains uncertain. The inscription in the front reads “M- AGRIPPA-L-F-COS-TERTIVM-FECIT”, which in…
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Visit the Fascinating Palermo, Italy

Visit the Fascinating Palermo, Italy

Whether its the exotic food or the largest beer produce, elegant music or notable operas, the Colloseum or the Leaning Tower of Pisa, amazing pastries or great pasta & pizza, beautiful beaches or luxury cars, Italy has everything to offer that a tourist desires. Italy has a beautiful culture with rich history and some greatest…
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Stylish, Beautiful and Romantic: Trieste, Italy

Stylish, Beautiful and Romantic: Trieste, Italy

There is a saying by Giuseppe Verdi, ‘You may have the universe if i may have Italy’. The Majesty and romantic environment of this country is only of its class. Gorgeous countryside, vineyards, crenelated buildings, snow capped Mountains, amazing architectural wonders, the massive Colosseum, ancient seaports, Greek Temple of Concord, fabulous food, wines and pastries,…
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Positano, Italy

Positano, Italy

An important port of the Amalfi Republic in the past, Positano is today a sophisticated resort set amidst the rocks on the central Amalfi coast in Campania, Italy. It is a small picturesque village with splendid coastal views. The coast’s most photogenic town is a magical world with peach, pink and terracotta coloured steeply stacked…
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Mardi Gras : The Cultural Phenomenon RTR

Mardi Gras : The Cultural Phenomenon RTR

One of the most notably celebrated carnivals of today, the festivities of Mardi Gras indeed form a cultural phenomenon. The celebrations date back thousands of years to Pagan Spring and Fertility rites and have assumed their modern day form through evolution and religious adaption over time. Countries with large Roman Catholic populations celebrate Mardi Gras…
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Matera, Italy

Matera, Italy

Popular for its sassi and stunning landscapes, Matera lies on the border of Basilicata and Puglia in southern Italy. Though still relatively undiscovered by foreign tourists, it is one of the most popular cities among the local residents of Italy.  Also known by the name of ‘la Citta Sotterranea’ (The Subterranean City), it is one…
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