1. VolcanoesOf course, not something that pops in your head while planning your trip to Italy. However, Italy is a very volcanically active country boasting 48 active, inactive and dormant volcanoes. Think Pompeii, they didn’t care about volcanoes either. 2. EarthquakesAnother thing that you must take seriously when traveling to Italy. Earthquakes are frequent
- Palaces Castles and Villas
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Amongst the many beautiful estates built for the Roman nobility, Villa Torlonia is the most recent one and one of the most memorable. In its layout we can find a rich variety of buildings, each and everyone with their own character, crowned by the originality of its English styled gardens very rarely seen in Rome.
- Arts in Churches
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Major Papal Basilica Saint Mary Major There is a church on the Esquiline hill, in Rome, called Santa Maria Maggiore or Saint Mary Major. This church is one of four major papal Basilicas and the largest Marian church in Rome. Every year, on August the 5th something strange and beautiful happens around this fascinating church:
The art of coffee in Italy The coffee, for the Italians is not only a drink capable of giving you a boost of energy or to revitalize you after a long day’s work. To have a cup of coffee- at home or in the bar(cafe) is a ritual that can also be a perfect occasion