Three Italian mountaintop villages

Italian mountaintop villages

Tourists are usually attracted by big famous Italian cities such as Pisa, Rome, Milan, Venice, and so on. However, if you are staying in Italy for a while, I suggest you to visit also little towns and villages. Indeed, in Italy there are many villages, unknown to tourists, with personality and breathtaking views. In today’s article you’ll discover three Italian mountaintop villages that are definitely worth a visit. 1. BAGNOLI DEL TRIGNO Bagnoli del Trigno is an Italian village in Molise with 700 inhabitants. It’s one of the most fascinating Italian mountaintop villages around Italy. You can go there just…

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One of the craziest Roman emperors – Caligula

One the craziest Roman emperors - Caligula

The Roman Empire was one of the biggest empires ever existed. But how were Roman Emperors? Were they good, or were they bad? In this article you’re going to discover one of the craziest Roman emperors ever existed, Caligula. CALIGULA Caligula was surely one of the craziest Roman Emperors. Let’s see his history. Caligula was born in Antium in 12 AD from Germanicus and Agrippina the Elder. Caligula was the third of six children – three males and three females – and was related to Giulius Cesar. Caligula’s father died when he was 7 years old, probably murdered by an…

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Traditional wear in Trentino Alto Adige

Traditional wear in Trentino Alto Adige

Trentino Alto Adige is one of the most touristic northern Italian regions. In Trentino you can ski in winter, and do some trekking, ride a bike, or relax in front of a lake in summer, spring and autumn. Trentino Alto Adige is also one of those Italian regions that still cares about traditional wear. In Trentino you can usually see people dressed in traditional clothes during special holidays. Trentino’s traditional wear is very similar to German traditional clothes since South Tirol was part of the Austro-Hungarian County of Tirol until 1918, and afterwards it was annexed to Italy. Up to…

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Four archeological Italian sites to visit

One of the best periods to visit Italy is during spring and summer. In Italy there is a wide range of things that you can do and see, for example there are many archeological Italian sites you can visit. So, in this article I’m going to list four beautiful archeological Italian sites that you can see during your holidays in Italy. 1. VALLEY OF THE TEMPLES If you’re in Sicily, Valley of the temples – La valle dei templi – is a must to see. It’s one of the best examples of Greek architecture in Italy and is also a…

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Four inspiring Italian women who made history

Inspiring Italian women

There are many men in history who’s become famous for their achievements. However, there are many women too who were able to change the world. In this article, I’m going to talk about four Italian women who made history. I’ll list them in chronological order. TROTA OF SALERNO Trota was a woman who lived in Salerno between the 11th and the 12th century. She was a physician and she’s considered to be the first gynecologist in the world. She wrote at least three works about women’s health. Some of them included chapters about childbirth, menstruation, contraception, ways to kill the…

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