小东西1023This is a famous holiday destination in Italy and one of the 50 must-visit tourist destinations recommended by National Geographic magazine. The coastline strung together many resort seaside cities in southern Italy. We just went to the classic ones, not very high mountains, which are very suitable for hiking. Almost all the hiking routes are along the coastline. Lived in Amalfi for three days, hiked to the small town of Ravello on the top of the mountain, and then hiked a famous "path of the gods" to Positano. I feel that every city is suitable for leisure and vacation. Mediterranean, beautiful! Amalfi, beautiful! The Amalfi coastline is very beautiful!
sculptorPompeii was an ancient city in Rome, and when the eruption of Vesuvius in 79, it was buried 4-6m deep under volcanic ash and pumice. As a result, most of the city is preserved under ash, providing a unique snapshot of life in Rome, frozen when buried by volcanic ash, and providing a very detailed insight into the daily lives of its inhabitants. Once a wealthy city, it was filled with fine public buildings and luxurious private houses decorated with fine furniture and art.
燃烧生命的小胖妞Sorrento, a small town in southern Italy, a hometown of folk songs that is well-known in the world, one was selected by National Geographic magazine as: "One of the 50 Most Worth Visiting Places in Life in the World". She, like a beautiful pearl, is quietly embedded in the promontory of the Gulf of Naples, emitting a dazzling light; she is also like a beautiful Italian girl, showing her all kinds of customs, making people think about it...
渭南松赞干布The Basilica of Sant’Andrea, also known as the Cathedral of Amalfi, is located in the town of Amalfi in Campania, Italy. It was built in the 10th century and later merged from the original two churches to form a six-corridor five-hall style Rome The church has been rebuilt many times. Visitors can reach the bronze gate at the entrance of the church by climbing 62 steps. The gate was transported and installed from Constantinople in the eleventh century. The gable on the top of the church is covered with glittering mosaics, and the facade and colonnade describe the life of the Moors Details of the picture. The exterior architectural style of the church is Sicilian Arabic, and the interior decoration is Baroque. The ceiling of the church hall is full of paintings, and the high altar is guarded by four beautiful pillars. In the center is a picture of the apostle St. Andrew’s suffering on the cross.