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  • Wendy Villalobos

    Beautiful places... This one makes the bucket list for places to collect sunsets at!!

  • Donna Mollica-Mazzonna

    Sorrento, Italy, the roads are actually that narrow

  • Don Von Ebers

    Sorrento, Italy is a small town in Campania, southern Italy, with some 16,500 inhabitants. It is a popular tourist destination which can be reached easily from Naples and Pompeii. It's also famous for the production of limoncello, a drink made from lemon rinds, alcohol, water and sugar.


    This sunset view in #Sorrento, #Italy is stunning. #travel

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