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Luoghi
The flourishing city of Baia was founded by the Greeks on the stretch of coast between Cuma and Pozzuoli. Many famous personalities of Rome, such as Cicero and the emperors Caligula, Claudius, Nero, Domitian, Hadrian and so on, chose this area called by the Greeks Phlegraios = burning for its remarkable volcanic activity. This place...
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Putignano Carnival, a municipality of the Alta Murgia National Park in Apulia, is one of the oldest carnivals in Europe, which dates back to the Middle Ages. Tradition dates the year of its establishment to 1394, the year in which the Knights of Malta moved the relics of Saint Stephen the Martyr from the Castle...
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Matera, known worldwide as the City of the Sassi (the city of the Stones), is a city in Southern Italy and more precisely in Basilicata. Matera is called the City of the Sassi, because its historic centre stands on a rocky wall, where Cave Houses have been excavated, now known throughout the world as Sassi....
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Scilla could not be missing from the list “The most beautiful villages in Italy”. Together with Palmi, Bagnara Calabra, Seminara e Villa San Giovanni, Scilla rises on that stretch of Calabrian coast called Violet Coast and characterized by high and jagged coasts. Scilla derives its name from the Greek Skylla or Skyllaion and the Latin...
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Teatro greco Taormina
“No audience in any other theatre ever beheld such a view“, wrote Goethe in his Italian Journey arriving in Taormina from Catania. Still today his words best represent the indelible image it leaves in anyone, who will visit it. Since ancient times Taormina was chosen by both Greeks and Romans to control the surrounding places...
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