皮蛋This is the military cemetery of the Allied forces killed in the Battle of Cassino in World War II. It is divided into Polish military cemeteries, Canadian military cemeteries, and American and British military cemeteries. They are distributed in many places in the small town of Cassino. The atmosphere is quiet and solemn, the tombstones are arranged neatly and regularly, linking the distant mountains and resting the main roads. In the land of the defeated country in World War II, the military cemetery of the victorious country can be so cared and respected. The national reconciliation and integration of Europe is commendable!
E26***33It's one if the iconic buildings in Rome. It takes yiu back to thousands years if Roman history and heritage. Colosseum tour along with Roman Forum and Platine Hill is good starting point to immerse yourself in the city's heritage. It can get crowded so uts best to take a private tour which are available in plenty. It involves lot of walking so wear comfortable shoes.
IvayloI will recommend pre buying Skip the line tickets so you don't spend a huge amount of time in the queue. What I did was to buy the audio guide. All you need is to either pre buy it or buy the access on the spot. You will need to download the app, put your access code, download the audio guide and bring your own headphones. If you don't bring headphones, that's fine too, you can get a pair for 1 euro from the Basilica.
E35***24The place is impressive and shows the culture of history and it is considered one of the non-traditional churches and the architectural style due to the presence of a large circular opening in the dome that shows the extent of the architecture and around the pantheon restaurants and cafes that you can sit on and enjoy the view from the outside and I recommend it to visit everyone who goes to Rome
Palazzo di Bonifacio VIIIProvince of Frosinone,Italy
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CELEBRATED IN PAINTINGS BY JACOB Philipp Hackert in 1777 and by Bidault in 1790 (a painting currently on display at Paris’ Louvre Museum), the Cascata Grande defines the urban plan of the small town of Isola Liri. The town is just one hour east of Rome in the historical region of Ciociaria.
The Liri river splits in two and drops 88 feet (27 meters) from the travertine cliff, which is dominated by the picturesque Boncompagni-Viscogliosi castle. This forms the main waterfall, known as Cascata Grande, the Great Waterfall.
Today, this is a purely scenic location. However, during the late 16th-century, the residents of Isola Liri harnessed the river’s energy and developed early industrial activities such as paper mills and wool manufacturers. During the 19th-century, hydroelectric plants developed using the power of the waterfalls. They were also very strategic to the kings of Naples.
To learn about the town’s industrial history, visitors can walk from the main bridge overlooking the waterfall to the nearby park constructed around another waterfall.