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The Pantheon is an extraordinary building and despite its great age (nearly 2.000 years old this view through the open hole in the roof could hold its own against the modern light sculptures of James Turell and yet that is just the light source for its stunning interior. I just sat and stared upwards in awe.
A rifletterci bene, i migliori sono sempre allegri. È molto meglio essere allegri, ed è anche il segno di qualche cosa: è come avere l’immortalità mentre si è ancora vivi. Una cosa complicata. Per chi suona la campana - H. Hemingway
To think of it, the best are always cheerful. It is far better to be happy, and it is also a sign of something is like having immortality while you are still alive. A complicated thing. For Whom the Bell Tolls - Hemingway H.
Photographed well before dawn, this is a long exposure photo of a huge cruise ship making its way along the lagoon in Venice. In the foreground is a row of gondolas moored near St Mark's Square.
It was announced last week in the Italian media that cruise ships like this one that exceed 96,000 tonnes would be banned from passing so close to St Marks Square.
Walking by the riverside in Florence my attention was taken by a solo rower passing by in a skiff. What a joy it must be to be able to take morning exercise in such a rich and historic environment.
Years later it is this image that brings back to me the serenity of the place and the moment.
The tower and the church of Sant'Isidoro in Teulada, south Sardinia.
It's the only square base watching tower found in Sardinia (all the others are round) and the scholars don't agree about the building date. Some says during Byzantine epoch and others in 1600. The small church behind was built in 1600 in honour of Sant'Isidoro the protector of farmers. A feast is held here each year the day of the saint.
All daughters are princesses for their mother. Image taken during the 'Parade of Turks' in remembrance of a legend claiming Turks arrived in Potenza and were defeated with the help of a saint (St. Gerald). This photo was taken before the start of the parade, I liked the mother keeping the train and the royal attitude of her daughter.
Walking along the streets of Catania at night you were wrapped in the orange glow, in the soft, tender breeze and in a mysterious aura of the city, which only a few hours ago at this very location was filled with people and noise and an array of activities.
this view goes across the bacino di san marco towards the island of san giorgio maggiore, with the 16th century benedictine monastery and renaissance church of the same name. this is the second church of andrea palladio in venice, besides "il redentore", shown in number one of this series. palladio is widely considered the most influential individual in the history of western architecture, the stately "palladian" style is named after him. the veneto region in northern italy still boasts a great
During the afternoon of 12 April 2012 a brief but violent eruption with lava fountains (paroxysm) took place at Etna volcano. It was the 24th episode of the series that began on 12 January 2011 (the sixth since the beginning of 2012) from the new cinder cone southeast of the SE crater, called the "New SE crater".
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