Could you expect something different from a flooding city? In San Zaccaria, a very nice area close to San Marco, there is a church whose crypt has filled with the ubiquitous waters of the surrounding canals. Check the tide level before to go to visit this nice place!
Venice and high tide (Acqua Alta in italian or venetian dialect) is something Venetians have to accept and to live with. November is one of the time when this event is more frequent, compared to the other month. This happen when a combination of astronomical tide, strong south wind (scirocco) and the periodic movement of sea […]
Teatro della Concordia (Theatre of Union), is located in Monte Castello di Vibio, of the Umbria region in Italy. It is the smallest theatre all’italiana in the world. The architectural plan of Teatro della Concordia is a bell shape, with deep narrow hall opening to a proscenium and stage, which is a typical Italian theater design. […]
San Feliciano is a village in the municipality of Magione in the Province of Perugia, Umbria in Italy.The village lies 4 km south west of Magione and 18 km west of Perugia at the Lake Trasimeno. San Feliciano has around 900 inhabitants; The main activities are fishing, tourism, catering and hotel accommodation, camping and boating. While I […]
Cibiana di Cadore is a tiny municipality of only 450 inhabitants, perched 985 metres above sea level and protected by towering peaks, in the province of Belluno dominated by the Mount Rite in the heart of Dolomites, 20 km from the famous Cortina d’Ampezzo, it is almost hidden from the world. Largely untouched by rampant […]
From Saturday 27 January to Tuesday 13 February, Venice went alive with parades, concerts, performances and grand balls. Carnival is an event involving months of preparation, which the locals consider a part of their identity… ultimately they manage to transform these into occasions of such importance that they attract visitors from all over the world. On […]
Imagine yourself in one of the most fascinating, medieval regions of Italy, where the ‘sight of sweet sorrows’ will delight you many times a day while partaking in a unique photography workshop with the well-known photographer; Vinicio Tassani. The village of Miralduolo was enticingly birthed to share her light and magic like nowhere on earth. […]
Rome; one of the beautiful italian cities normally needs few days to be approached and understood. I had no more days to stay but had to go there to visit in its sole Italian stop-over, the exhibition I Grandi Maestri. 100 Anni di fotografia Leica. So, Rome in few hours; is this possible? As usual I […]
With an average number of 50.000 people/day (estimated), the probably most important event in Venice closed it’s kermesse on February 28th. How was this Carnival? In my personal opinion this was not the best since the last 5 years even if some mask was really really good. Enjoy the shots!!!
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