120***83From the castle, it can be seen that the aristocratic atmosphere of the people came to the face at that time, the luxurious and atmospheric life can be seen everywhere, and the facilities were exquisite enough at that time.
蛙儿子Arriving in Trento (Trentino), Italy, it is very interesting to take a helicopter to overlook the whole mountain range, and experience a completely different view! Although the price is not cheap, compared to the expensive and unsafe helicopter overlooking in some places in China, the money is worth the money!
紛享樂The former residence is on Via Cappello. It was built in the 13th century and is said to be owned by the Capulet family of Verona, and Juliet is the daughter of this nobleman. A door arch leads to the courtyard, and the love walls on both sides are densely covered with graffiti and confession in words from various countries. Going inside, the courtyard of less than 20 square meters is lush and lush, crowded with tourists inside and out.
Whether or not you believe that touching Juliet's bronze sculpture can bring good luck to love, you still want to squeeze in and get close to Juliet, who is always in love in the story, and see what she looks like. Go upstairs to visit her bedroom and see the clothes, life exhibits, and paintings of that era. You will no longer think of her as a fictional character in the story, but feel that she is a real person.
Looking up from the courtyard, you will see a small protruding balcony. This is Shakespeare's private balcony where Romeo and Juliet tryst out for life. So many people took pictures here, either dressed as Juliet looking at the prince waiting for her heart, or the couples looked at each other and complained.
紛享樂This kind of circular arena is also called "Gladiator Arena." It was a place used by slave owners in Roman times to seek excitement and watch slaves and beasts kill each other to gain joy. So the elegant appearance is actually full of blood and violence inside. Later, it became an open-air theater for the appreciation of large-scale operas. More than two thousand years have passed, and it is still used in large-scale opera performances or music concerts. Each performance can be watched by 15,000 people. It is conceivable how magnificent it is, a classic that is both beautiful and practical.
There are neat rows of round arches, layered inside and outside. This is a typical feature of ancient Roman architecture. Just looking at the thick bricks, even if the cracks are already visible, people still have to admire the ancient Romans as a nation with great architectural art and creativity.
紛享樂The first floor is a sculpture hall, and the second floor displays medieval paintings, religious art works, and military weapons. Follow the tour route, and you will always find surprises inadvertently. The designer's cleverly integrated light design, space suspension design, etc., make the entire exhibit visit process not boring. For example, from the first floor to the second floor, when you turn to the aisle of the city wall on the second floor, you can enjoy the open-air sculpture exhibits from multiple angles, overlooking and looking up, and the ancient Roman ruins blended between the old and new buildings, allowing people to travel between modern and ancient times. The tunnel of time. Continue to walk inside and you will come to the half-enclosed walkway on the edge of the castle. Standing here, you can not only admire the gurgling Adige River, but also the Scaligero Bridge, the largest round arch bridge in the world at that time.
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Hotel Maso Col is a Hotel, with a cafè and a great restaurant not open only to the hotel clientele but also with space reserved for anyone who enjoys a great gastronomic experience.
Surrounded by wide meadows and luxuriant woods, at the foot of the imposing Pale di San Martino on the southern side of the Dolomites, is "Maso Col".
The current family that owns it started in 1921 with a glass of freshly milked milk or a little fresh water to refresh the first "travelers" on their Dolomites.
In 1961 their malga cheeses, “el bòtiro”, cream with small fruits, grilled meats, polenta, “Tosela”, mushrooms and homemade desserts such as strudel were discovered; summer at "Caffè Col" became a rendezvous in the sun in the green, in winter a sled race.
In 2006 they fulfilled the dream of a lifetime and added eight new comfortable rooms, warm and enveloping wooden environments, a particular attention to typical cuisine, directly cured and strong of a long experience and peasant tradition.
Their kitchen offers traditional Trentino and Primierotta dishes, with particular attention to genuine and homemade products with love and passion. Truly a pleasure each time
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A classic winter tourist destination, in summer San Martino di Castrozza is also a beloved destination among mountaineers and hikers who travel the trails of the Paneveggio - Pale di San Martino Nature Park.
Splendid position at the feet of the Pala Group.
The ideal destination for excursions on the Dolomites.
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Lessinia Park has been established by Regione del Veneto with the law no. 12 of 30th January 1990. It covers the plateau of Lessini Mountains, behind Verona and at the border with the province of Trento.
The analysis of the main elements forming the landscape of Lessinia leads to the reconstruction of the naturalistic, historical, environmental, and ethnic features leading to the Park establishment and making it a unique case in the context of the regional and national protected areas.
The Park covers over 100 square km including the green pastures of Upper Lessini and the deep valleys, called "vaj" of Marciora, Falconi, and Anguilla, all tributaries of Valpantena, Squaranto, Revolto, and Val Fraselle extensions of Val d'Illasi. The plateau is characterized by a typical prealpine landscape, with large ridges marked by depressions and valleys with meadows and pastures alternating with hornbeam, beech, and spruce fir woods. The stretches of forest, more widespread on the slopes of the vaj, are evidences of the ancient dominance of the woods before man revealed the real silhouettes of the mountains, extending the pastures with a meticulous and widespread cutting activity which probably began in the Neolithic Age.
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