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The Roman Forum was for centuries the center of Rome’s public life.

A Stroll Along the Roman Forum

A walk along the Roman Forum is a must for anybody visiting Rome.

The Cities That Live Behind Walls  Gradara, Italy

The Cities That Live Behind Walls

La Rocca, castle fortress of Gradara one of the best preserved fortress complexes in Italy.

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One of the most popular attractions in Rome is one of the largest as well. The Roman Forum continues to expand with excavations and new discoveries of the

Turin is the ideal city break, but foodies should also head a short distance to the south, to the Langhe region, home of the Slow Food Movement, truffles and Barolo wines.

Turin and the Langhe: Slow Food - Fast Cars

Historic Charm: Three Italian 'Borghi' Not to Miss | ITALY Magazine - Chiusa (Klausen), South Tyrol. Located 30 km northeast of Bolzano, surrounded by chestnut forests and vineyards, Chiusa is a romantic, medieval village flanked by a river, with picturesque alleys and lovely houses of crenellated facades. Chiusa, which means 'closed' in Italian, takes its name from the narrow natural passage that embraces the little town between the cliff of Sabiona the Isarco river and the Tinne stream.

Historic Charm: Three Italian 'Borghi' Not to Miss

Historic Charm: Three Italian 'Borghi' Not to Miss | ITALY Magazine - Chiusa (Klausen), South Tyrol. Located 30 km northeast of Bolzano, surrounded by chestnut forests and vineyards, Chiusa is a romantic, medieval village flanked by a river, with picturesque alleys and lovely houses of crenellated facades. Chiusa, which means 'closed' in Italian, takes its name from the narrow natural passage that embraces the little town between the cliff of Sabiona the Isarco river and the Tinne stream.

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