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San Marino – Travel Expose

San Marino Located just a few miles inland from the Adriatic coast, the Republic of San Marino brags it’s the world’s oldest and smallest republic. It’s remained sovereign and independent from Italy through almost all its 1700-year history. Located in the rugged Apennine Mountains, San Marino takes you back to the age of city-states, an […]

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The Leaning Tower of Pisa

The Leaning Tower of Pisa is the campanile, or freestanding bell tower, of the cathedral of the Italian city of Pisa, known worldwide for its unintended tilt.   It is situated behind the Cathedral and is the third oldest structure in Pisa’s Cathedral Square after the Cathedral and the Baptistery. The tower’s tilt began during construction in the […]

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Spectacular Aerial View of ITALY

~ ITALY ~ Riding gondolas, sharing a glass of Italian wine, sampling pizzas and gelato, gawking at old bell-towers or relaxing on beaches is part of the Italian tourist’s fair. Take a look at Italy from the viewpoint of an unmanned camera drone, delivering some of the most stunning footage of Italia. Visiting Italy means, […]

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“Penne alla Montanara” – Classic Calabrese Dish – Chef Luigi

“Penne alla Montanara”  Chef Luigi Classic Calabrese Dish  * The true food of Italy is found in the villages, where excellent food is the “Focus of Life”. Chef Luigi today is discussing Beautiful and Magnificent Calabria. Hope you Enjoy  Join us on the NEXT PAGE  for this Excellent “Recipe” video

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Mystic Venice

This city has a unique atmosphere of romance and relaxation, side by side with daily hustle and bustle of tourism. When you are there, you become engulfed in the warmth of the sunlight ,and the mist of the sea winds. Join us on the NEXT PAGE to visit Venice!

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Pancotta Calabrese

This cooked bread soup has tons of flavor from the pancetta and tomatoes. It turns itself into a whole meal with sliced sausage on top and a drizzle of olive oil. You can use chicory, rapini, spinach or Swiss chard for the greens. Whichever you use will change up the flavor of the soup slightly […]

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Christmas in Rome – Rick Steves

  Christmas in Rome – Rick Steves * This is a very good video featuring Christmas in Rome produced by Rick Steve.  “Rick” Steves focuses on European travel. As we know he is the host of theAmerican Public Television series Rick Steves’ Europe. He also has a public radio travel show, Travel with Rick Steves, and has authored […]

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ITALY – Wonderful Panorama

ITALY – Wonderful Panorama – * Magnificent country with Spectacular Geography. From the Alps to the Vineyards this is just a Wonderful place to visit. This video features a panoramic view. Hope you Enjoy… * Join us on THE NEXT PAGE for this Wonderful Video  

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Florence Travel – Thousand Year Old Bridge (Ponte Vecchio)

Thousand Year Old Bridge (Ponte Vecchio) Ponte Vecchio or “Old Bridge”  spans the Arno in Florence at its narrowest point where it is believed that a bridge was first built in Roman times. It is said that the economic concept of bankruptcy originated here. Join us on the NEXT PAGE for the Video of this Ancient […]

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UNFORGETTABLE – Tuscany

UNFORGETTABLE – Tuscany  Over the last 10 or so years Tuscany has really been in the limelight around the world. I think the movie Under the Tuscan Sun had a hand in generating a lot of the attention.  Now we see homes around the world designed to mimic Tuscan Farm Houses and Palaces. Well, the […]

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