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UNESCO World Heritage sites are, in principle, on the list forever, but failure to comply with conservation protocols can result in being “delisted.”
Source: Being named a UNESCO World Heritage site is a big deal — so is losing it
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Italy’s southern region of Campania is home to both blockbuster sights like the Amalfi Coast and Capri and little-known architectural and archaeological gems. Here’s how to make this region your second home.
Source: Visit Campania – Italy’s Famous Food and Wine Destination
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Following World Earth Day, Luxury Lifestyle Magazine shines a spotlight on Italy’s Trentino region – the eco-conscious area that is paving the way to care for its natural resources.
Source: Explore Trentino, Italy’s eco-conscious region | Luxury Lifestyle Magazine
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Dreaming of your next getaway? Here are some of the trending global travel destinations reported by Tripadvisor to add to your bucket list!
Source: 7 Trending Travel Destinations – Where do you wish you were?
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A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2004, Montalcino hosts ideal conditions for producing the highest quality wines and the most authentically luxurious cultural experiences.
Source: Wine And Wanderlust: Four Must-See Wineries In Montalcino, Italy
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Dozens of the world’s most famous attractions have been added to Google Arts & Culture.
Source: Not Ready to Travel Yet? You Can Now Tour UNESCO World Heritage Sites From Your Laptop
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Scratch the surface of the world and you find math. In that light, Nathanial Craig’s dual major in art history and mathematical sciences makes sense.
Source: The science of art: Nate Craig combines his interests in art history and STEM – Binghamton News
Stanley Tucci’s popular “Searching for Italy” series has fueled an interest in the city of Naples and its exceptional cuisine. Credited with being the birthplace of pizza, Naples has achieved renown as both a World Heritage site and an exceptional culinary destination.
Source: Get a virtual taste of the history and cuisine of Naples, Italy
Discover the only example of industrial archeology in Lombardy region.
Source: Discover the UNESCO site of Crespi d’Adda
A rocky coastline, small bays, fishing boats and colorful houses: welcome to the Cinque Terre.
Source: Wonders of Italy: The Cinque Terre
Are you thinking about booking your next holiday?
Source: Autumn escape: 8 wonderful places to visit in Italy
With the Roman empire’s best-preserved frescoes, Oplontis offers a glimpse into the lives of the era’s rich and famous.
Source: Buried by Vesuvius, this ancient villa is an overlooked alternative to Pompeii
Venice, the capital of northern Italys Veneto region, has completed 1,600 years since it was traditionally founded in March 25, 421, by the Western Roman Empire.
Source: Venice marks 1,600 yrs since its founding | english.lokmat.com
Have you ever heard of Atrani? Well, if you haven’t, you are in for a pleasant surprise. Located a mere 1/2 mile from Amalfi (I am sure you are familiar with this one!), Atrani is one of Italy’sBorghi più Belli d’Italia and, in name of its characteristic medieval architecture, is also part of the UNESCO World Heritage List, along with other sites of the Costiera Amalfitana of which it is part.
Source: Atrani, the smallest village in Italy | L’Italo-Americano – Italian American bilingual news source
In a ranking of the largest royal palaces in the world, Buckingham Palace doesn’t even make the top five.
Source: The biggest royal palaces, ranked
Piazza del Campo in Siena is famous all over the world for its beauty, architectural integrity and unique shell shape.
Source: Wonders of Italy: Siena’s Piazza del Campo