饕餮89This is the center of Arezzo, and the Giostra del Saracino event is held here every year during the Medieval Festival. In the past, the wealthy people in Arezzo would build their houses very high to show their wealth and status, so they have the reputation of "the city of a thousand towers". However, most of the towers were destroyed in the war, and now only the main square is left. A few lonely ones.
The big emblems of each town are hung on the buildings of the Grand Plaza. You can imagine the grand occasion of Giostra del Saracino.
nj海虹There is a church of the Virgin Mary in Arezzo. The front of the church is in Roman architectural style and has a beautifully decorated front. It is the best embodiment of the Romanesque style in Tuscany.
一米qThe former residence of Giorgio Vasari, located in the center of Arezzo, was the residence of the famous artist Giorgio. The exterior of the former residence is simple and elegant, and the interior is exquisitely decorated and luxurious. There are many artistic murals on the walls and ceilings.
The thinking tree
The Thinking Tree is a olive tree dating 2,000-year-old. The olive tree is located in Puglia, Italy and local people is called "The Thinking Tree" and it is one of nature beauty. It is very beautiful and attractive tree by tourists, you can take rest or relax under the tree very comfortable, I enjoy my trip and I invite to trip.
Puglia white city
Puglia is not Greece but Italy,the city is build as greece islands the models, the design and architecture are similar you will love it you can walk in the city discover. The city is so attractive and beautiful, I enjoy my trip and I invite you for this trip.
A patchwork of vineyards and olive groves, dotted with whitewashed hill towns and sun-bronzed beaches—Italy’s southern heel has no shortage of photogenic landscapes. There are a few surprises, too, including the baroque city of Lecce and the Itria Valley, with its UNESCO-listed trulli houses. For years, Vieste was just another fishing village… but now it’s a popular Mediterranean beach destination. Swim and sail in deep-blue water (widely renowned for its purity), or explore the town’s fine castle and cathedral. For the ultimate Vieste experience, pack a picnic basket and ask a local to direct you to their favorite hidden cove.
Not many think of Puglia, the region named as Italy’s boot’s heel when they think of Italian vacations. That precisely is the reason why Puglia or Apulia should be on your next travel plan. The white sand beaches and the island hopping possibilities make it an ideal getaway. You will not find tourist populations everywhere you go, like in Venice or Rome but you’ll get to bask in the glory of Italy just the same. The hotels and the little houses that hug the coastline will still not purge you of wanderlust. There are so many coastal towns and fishing villages that spell ‘Love’ in Puglia and they all lay unexplored!
Monopolies represented in the Adriatic, one of the most active ports in the region. Its characteristic historic center of early medieval origin, except that it remains in a fortified mesaphic habitat until the fifth century BC, like its affinity around the high wall.
Monopoly is also, ironically, the city of 99 meters; The phrase refers to a tourist hyperbole, from the moment of the municipal delirium of 1971 and is evident from the current tourist map of the city, which contains 91 contraindications as a means of administrative division of which only the immediately following period, and with which the toponyms evoke ancient disappeared hamlets, the presence of a mass, a chain or other historical-geographical references.