Overseas Retirement: Retirement Abroad Made Easy
Italian market on a bike delivering fresh baked bread door-to-door
Verona, Veneto, Italy - photo taken by Carol Japp and featured on http://www.venice-italy-veneto.com/venice-verona-pictures.html . Used without permission on newwonderphotos blog - please credit tthe real source of this photo and photographer and the same for the many others this blog uses without permission.
Verona, Veneto, Italy - photo taken by Carol Japp
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#Labyrinth - Labirinto di Villa Pisani -
Lemon Stand, Sorrento, Italy It's all about the lemons in Sorrento. Are you a fan of limonchello?
ANGHIARI (Toscana) - by Guido Tosatto
Lake Como, Italy
Lake Como Tour Packages
Lake Como - in Lombardy, northern Italy - Lago di Como in Italian, also known as Lario, after the Latin name of the lake; is a lake of glacial origin in Lombardy, Italy. - It has an area of 56 sq miles, making it the third largest lake in Italy, after Lake Garda and Lake Maggiore. At over 1,300 feet deep, it is one of the deepest lakes in Europe, and the bottom of the lake is more than 660 feet below sea-level. - Wikipedia
Varenna, Lake Como, Italy
Bridge of Sighs, Venice, Italy
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Lake Como in Lombardy, northern Italy • photo: P&D&S on Flickr
Tivoli Gardens - this place was really cool! Step outside and be prepared to be wowed by the splendour of the gardens, the abundance of magnificent fountains, water features and waterfalls, along with statues and sculptures. Originally commissioned by Cardinal D’Este to impress his visitors, today, it lives up to its reputation and still manages to do just that.
Cerca de Pienza, province of Siena Tuscany
Monteverdi Tuscany, Italy.
Hotel Splendido, Portofino, Liguria (Génova), Italy
Positano, Italy - Colorful palette throughout this joyful town - panoramic views of Amalfi Coast
Menaggio, Lago di Como, Italy
Bellevue, Sorrento, Italy
Varenna, Lake Como, Italy (by bautisterias)
Villa Borghese is a large public park in modern Rome. Built in 1605 to be a private park of the Borghese family it became a government property in 1901 and was open to the public. The park houses several museums, a zoo, an artificial lake, a riding school, an amphitheater, and numerous fountains and statues including those of Byron, Victor Hugo and Goethe.
Villa Borghese gardens, Rome
Aragonese Castle in Gaeta, Province of Latina, Lazio region Italy.
Villa Monastero garden Varenna, Lake Maggiore, Italy
"Ponte della Maddalena (Italian: "Bridge of Mary Magdalene") is a bridge crossing the Serchio river near the town of Borgo a Mozzano in the Italian province of Lucca
Villa Erba on Lake Como
Bellagio, Lake Como, Italy
Villa Monastero, Varenna, Lake Como
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