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Unique points of interest in Italy

Siena

From the series “Monochromatic Cities - Stunning Views”
Siena is the most known one-coloured city in the world. It attracts people with the numerous buildings painted in deep yellow. At the time of the Renaissance, there was produced the yellow paint that was widely used in painting local buildings. The city occupies about 118 square kilometres. About 54 600 people live there.

The main value of the city is the historical monuments. Right in the centre of Siena has placed the historical Piazza del Campo. Near you can see the wonderful Palazzo Pubblico. It’s an outstanding example of the Gothic architecture of the 13th century. Today some parts of the old palace are turned into a museum where you can find the collection of artefacts and ancient sculptures. One of the most beautiful architectural monuments is the Siena Cathedral. It has placed … Read all

Underground pyramids of Etruscans

From the series “15 Historical Monuments, with Riddles not yet Solved”
The ancient Etruria pyramids were found in Italy. How they have appeared is still a mystery to everyone. The first pyramids were found accidentally under the wine cellar in Orvieto city. The underground halls have pyramided shape. They were made from the huge parts of calcareous sinter. For a long time, these pyramids were unknown because of their location.

The upper part of the pyramids was used by locals as a wine cellar. Once in the corridor of such cellar was found some parts of the going down the ladder. There is no doubt that these pyramids were built by Etruria. But we don’t know about the original use of them.

There were also found a number of outstanding artefacts. Among them were the fragments of the pottery of the 5-6 century BC. The artefacts are older than 3 000 years. … Read all
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Top Destinations for Sustainable Tourism

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Interactive maps of hiking and biking routes in Italy

1. You can zoom in/out using your mouse wheel, as well as move the map of Italy with your mouse.
2. This interactive map presents two modes: 'Biking Routes' and 'Hiking Routes'. Use the '+' button on the map to switch between them.

Railway and landscape maps of Italy

This Italy map has two modes: 'Railway Network' and 'Landscape & Rural Map'. Use the '+' button on the map to navigate.

Maps of cities and regions of Italy

Rome
Forum Romanum. Forum Romanum was the political and religious center of Rome during the times of the Roman Empire. All most important decisions about executions and wars were made here. Later, after the fall of the Roman Empire, Forum Romanum was steadily forgotten and abandoned. Archeological excavations were started here only in the XIX century. The Forum is located approximately 10 meters below the level of Via dei Fori Imperiali Avenue that is located nearby. The remains of the Roman … Read more
Lecce
In the region of Apulia, which Italy is famous for, tourists can visit a wonderful city called Lecce. Why does this city attract tourists so much? The settlement is incredibly picturesque and never ceases to amaze its visitors with unparalleled beauty. Local people often call their homeland the Athens of Apulia as there is a Greek community in the city. Some people call Lecce “Southern Florence” because of a great number of architectural landmarks in Baroque style. Perhaps, the “Golden … Read more
Alghero
Fabulous Sardinia invites travelers to visit it northwest coast and a true gem of this region – the gorgeous city of Alghero. This is a wonderful settlement that still hasn’t lost its medieval charm. The city is indeed a truly marvelous place with many historical attractions. Locals call their city “a small Catalonia” because Catalan is the main language in the region. Besides this, the majority of local families deeply value the customs and traditions of Catalonia. First people … Read more
La Spezia
In Italy, tourists can visit the picturesque city of La Spezia. Its atmosphere is drastically different from the atmosphere of the nearby settlements. As a rule, all towns in this region are peaceful and silent, but La Spezia is an exception. This is a loud and energetic city. Besides a vibrant atmosphere and interesting life, this city has many architectural attractions and rich historic heritage. In the past, La Spezia was often referred to as the “poetic bay” because many writers such as … Read more
Matera
Built on a rocky outcrop, Matera is, perhaps, the most unusual town in Italy. Tourists can still see old buildings carved directly in the rock massif. The whole settlement looks so picturesque that no wonder why travelers from different countries come here to see these unusual houses with their own eyes. Nowadays, there are roughly one hundred and thirty different attractions in Matera. These are dwellings, temples, and ancient churches in the caves. Although the number of foreign guests in … Read more
Ostuni
In South Italy, tourists enjoy visiting the coast of the Adriatic Sea. This is the location of a miraculously beautiful city called Ostuni. Quite often, you can hear tourists use another name for this settlement – Italy’s White City. This name is not random. Almost all buildings in Ostuni are painted in white and look like they merge to create one giant construction. That being said, this is not the only peculiarity that makes Ostuni so interesting to visit. The city has managed to keep its … Read more
Cefalu
In the fabulous island of Sicily, tourists can visit an interesting resort – the city of Cefalu. This is a truly enchanting region that has retained its antique look. Many tourists enjoy visiting this resort every year thanks to sandy beaches and clean water. Majestic rocks near in the vicinity of the city complete an idyllic view of the fishing village. Cefalu is most popular with the youth and families with children. That being said, every vacationer can easily find a suitable activity to … Read more
Florence
The central hall of the museum features Greek and Roman sculptures. However, these are not the most famous items in the museum. Its true diamond is a number of valuable paintings, such as "The Battle of San Romano" by Paolo Uccello, "Madonna and two angels" by Fra Filippo Lippi, "The Birth of Venus" by Botticelli, "Madonna and Goldfinch" by Raphael (by the way, the Uffizi Museum also exhibits the self-portrait of the master), "Bacchus" by Caravaggio and "Self-Portrait in Old Age" by Rembrandt. … Read more
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