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The Garden of Ninfa

Ninfa, declared a Natural Monument by Regional Law in 2000, is located in the municipalities of Cisterna di Latina and Sermoneta. It was a...

LITORALIS – FROM THE LAND TO THE SEA

This exhibition at the Museo Civico di Zoologia from 20 April to 4 June 2017, uses the photographs taken by Luca Bragalli, landscape architect...

Chioggia’s fish market

"A red spot behind the ancient city barn: it's the fishmarket. The colour of the city is red: red is the sunset on the...

The Port of Ancona

The Port of Ancona lies on the eastern Adriatic shores of central Italy about 126 nautical miles southeast of the Port of Venice. It...

Wannsee, famous and infamous…

Wannsee is a locality in the southwestern Berlin borough of Steglitz-Zehlendorf, Germany. It is the westernmost locality of Berlin. In the quarter there are...

Herbaria exhibition

Event: Herbaria, exhibition of organic products in Fiastra Abbey. Marche region, Italy. Date: 24 - 27 May 2012. The name Herbaria stands for top quality and...

Some pictures of Evia Island in Greece

Evia has been inhabited since pre historic times. Its most important settlement early became today’s Chalkida, since it was the closest to the mainland...

Kinderdijk, The windmills

In the beautiful wetlands around Dordrecht, you will find the windmills of Kinderdijk. Nineteen beautiful windmills, built around 1740, stand here as part of a...
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Herbaria exhibition

Event: Herbaria, exhibition of organic products in Fiastra Abbey. Marche region, Italy. Date: 24 - 27 May 2012. The name Herbaria stands for top quality and...