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  • Ischia nights 🌸
  • Ischia nights 🌸
  • 194 9 2 hours ago
  • What do you think of this view? 😍
Superb shot by @drones_addiction
  • What do you think of this view? 😍
    Superb shot by @drones_addiction
  • 461 4 13 minutes ago

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  • уже почти как дома тут 🦔 c @anton_kiseljus
  • уже почти как дома тут 🦔 c @anton_kiseljus
  • 11 2 10 minutes ago
  • What do you think of this view? 😍
Superb shot by @drones_addiction
  • What do you think of this view? 😍
    Superb shot by @drones_addiction
  • 461 4 13 minutes ago
  • Milano Part two
  • Milano Part two
  • 54 1 16 minutes ago
  • Sunset 🌅
  • Sunset 🌅
  • 8 2 34 minutes ago
  • Stanchezza post mare🌊😴
  • Stanchezza post mare🌊😴
  • 11 1 35 minutes ago
  • Я долго не хотела афишировать, но переезд из Итальянской ривьеры в сторону Лазурного берега окончательно меня обессилил и понизил градус b-day mood.
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Друзья, «Мне нужна зарядка. Я должен танцевать!»
Новое десятилетие, как ни крути! Поэтому поздравляйте меня полностью 😄🥳
  • Я долго не хотела афишировать, но переезд из Итальянской ривьеры в сторону Лазурного берега окончательно меня обессилил и понизил градус b-day mood.

    Друзья, «Мне нужна зарядка. Я должен танцевать!»
    Новое десятилетие, как ни крути! Поэтому поздравляйте меня полностью 😄🥳
  • 38 10 54 minutes ago
  • Piazza San Marco, the most renowned square in the heart of Venice, Italy
Photo credit:  @renata_ena
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Piazza San Marco, often known in English as St Mark's Square, is the largest public square of Venice, Italy, where it is generally known just as la Piazza (the Square). All other urban spaces in the city are called campi (fields)

The impressive square is 180 m (590 ft) long and 70 m (230 ft) wide, and was established during the 9th century in front of Saint Mark's Basilica and the adjacent Doge's Palace, but adopted its current size and form in 1177, and was paved one hundred years later.

Called "the drawing room of Europe" ("le salon de l'Europe", a quote attributed to Napoleon), Saint Mark's Square was named after the unusual and stunning Basilica of the same name that dominates the east end of the square.

Basilica San Marco (St. Mark's Basilica), the grand, multi-domed church is one of the most stunningly beautiful and intricately designed cathedrals in the world. Exhibiting influences from Byzantine, Western European, and Islamic architecture all related to Venice's past as a major seafaring power, the Basilica is truly an embodiment of the Venetian aesthetic.

The slender Campanile di San Marco, the 98.6 m (323 ft) tall Basilica's bell tower crowned by a pyramidal spire that was once a lighthouse for shipping, is one of the square's most recognizable landmarks.

In the Middle Ages, the campanile was also used as a pillory. Wrongdoers — including adulterers and renegade priests — were confined in a cage and hoisted halfway up the tower. This breezy punishment could last for several weeks.
It has more benign uses today. An elevator will whisk you up to the platform at the top for spectacular views across the city and the lagoon. Fun Fact: in 1609, Galileo used the tower for an observatory and to demonstrate his telescope.
  • Piazza San Marco, the most renowned square in the heart of Venice, Italy
    Photo credit: @renata_ena
    .

    Piazza San Marco, often known in English as St Mark's Square, is the largest public square of Venice, Italy, where it is generally known just as la Piazza (the Square). All other urban spaces in the city are called campi (fields)

    The impressive square is 180 m (590 ft) long and 70 m (230 ft) wide, and was established during the 9th century in front of Saint Mark's Basilica and the adjacent Doge's Palace, but adopted its current size and form in 1177, and was paved one hundred years later.

    Called "the drawing room of Europe" ("le salon de l'Europe", a quote attributed to Napoleon), Saint Mark's Square was named after the unusual and stunning Basilica of the same name that dominates the east end of the square.

    Basilica San Marco (St. Mark's Basilica), the grand, multi-domed church is one of the most stunningly beautiful and intricately designed cathedrals in the world. Exhibiting influences from Byzantine, Western European, and Islamic architecture all related to Venice's past as a major seafaring power, the Basilica is truly an embodiment of the Venetian aesthetic.

    The slender Campanile di San Marco, the 98.6 m (323 ft) tall Basilica's bell tower crowned by a pyramidal spire that was once a lighthouse for shipping, is one of the square's most recognizable landmarks.

    In the Middle Ages, the campanile was also used as a pillory. Wrongdoers — including adulterers and renegade priests — were confined in a cage and hoisted halfway up the tower. This breezy punishment could last for several weeks.
    It has more benign uses today. An elevator will whisk you up to the platform at the top for spectacular views across the city and the lagoon. Fun Fact: in 1609, Galileo used the tower for an observatory and to demonstrate his telescope.
  • 82 3 1 hour ago
  • Taormina je poznata kao mjesto gdje je Elizabeth Taylor gitarom razbila glavu Richardu Burtonu. Ja sam se samo naslikavala, baš kao Elizabeth, ali moj Richard nije dobio po glavi 🥰
  • Taormina je poznata kao mjesto gdje je Elizabeth Taylor gitarom razbila glavu Richardu Burtonu. Ja sam se samo naslikavala, baš kao Elizabeth, ali moj Richard nije dobio po glavi 🥰
  • 85 12 1 hour ago
  • In Umbria siamo colmi di preziose location che racchiudono meravigliosi racconti di arte e cultura 🎭 
Foligno è una comoda cittadina in pianura situata al centro della maggior parte di questi tesori nascosti da scoprire ⛪

Oggi vi presentiamo la #Scarzuola ... Una località rurale dell'Umbria che nasconde un tesoro: è la Scarzuola, il luogo dove Tomaso Buzzi costruì la sua Città Ideale. Questa surreale ed eccentrica costruzione si trova nel comune di Montegabbione nascosta tra le colline umbre, fu famosa per essere stato dimora di San Francesco d'Assisi.

Ma non solo, questo posto vi sorprenderà per una meravigliosa costruzione, la città ideale di Tomaso Buzzi. La Scarzuola si trova ben nascosta nella località di Montegiovane, in provincia di Terni, nelle vicinanze di un antico convento francescano.
  • In Umbria siamo colmi di preziose location che racchiudono meravigliosi racconti di arte e cultura 🎭
    Foligno è una comoda cittadina in pianura situata al centro della maggior parte di questi tesori nascosti da scoprire ⛪

    Oggi vi presentiamo la #Scarzuola ... Una località rurale dell'Umbria che nasconde un tesoro: è la Scarzuola, il luogo dove Tomaso Buzzi costruì la sua Città Ideale. Questa surreale ed eccentrica costruzione si trova nel comune di Montegabbione nascosta tra le colline umbre, fu famosa per essere stato dimora di San Francesco d'Assisi.

    Ma non solo, questo posto vi sorprenderà per una meravigliosa costruzione, la città ideale di Tomaso Buzzi. La Scarzuola si trova ben nascosta nella località di Montegiovane, in provincia di Terni, nelle vicinanze di un antico convento francescano.
  • 11 1 1 hour ago
  • Ischia nights 🌸
  • Ischia nights 🌸
  • 194 9 2 hours ago