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Guide to the villages and the italian City of Art

Useful information to get to know and visit the Italian Municipalities, from the smallest of the villages to the largest and most famous city of art.

Places and attractions to visit - What to see

Casa Cavassa
House Cavassa
Saluzzo - CN
House Cavassa is a significant example of stately Renaissance. Dating back to the fifteenth century, was the residence of the Marquis of Saluzzo to 1464 when the Marquis Ludovico II gives it to the Vicar General Galeazzo Cavassa, member of a noble family of Carmagnola. The facade ...
Arena di Verona
Arena di Verona
The Arena of Verona is a Roman amphitheater in the center of Verona, symbol of the city together with the figures of Romeo and Juliet. This is the third Roman amphitheater in size in Italy, after that of Rome, the Colosseum, and the amphitheater Capuano, and is ...

Pont d'Aël
Pont d'Aël
Aymavilles - AO
The pont d'Aël is a Roman aqueduct bridge that rises near the village of the same name in the municipality of Aymavilles, in Valle d'Aosta. It was built in 3 BC for the irrigation and supply of a mineral wash for the colony of "Augusta Prætoria Salassorum", ...
Fontana del Colle
Fontana del Colle
Valmontone - Roma
The "Fountain of the Hill" is one of the most important emblems of the City of Valmontone, situated upon the highest point of the historical center, in the square named "Giusto de 'Conti." According to the inscription on the side oriented towards the ...

Torre di San Cristoforo
Tower of St. Christopher
In Rome square, it stands the medieval tower of San Cristoforo (or Mariano). Maximum Emergency monumental ancient city wall, it retains the fifteenth-century bronze bell that marked the events of the community.
Teatro Municipale Valli
Teatro Municipale Valli
Reggio nell'Emilia - RE
In the urban space occupied by the ancient citadel, it was built from the 1852 1857 was Modena architect Cesare Costa. The realization was entrusted to reggiani artists and craftsmen. The facade is divided into two levels according to an architectural diagram of inspiration ...

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