I am very fortunate right now to be living next to Bath, a World Heritage city situated in the southwest portion of the UK. Bath is part of a select group of cities around the world that Unesco [...]
Posts Tagged ‘Italian history’
Your mission: to see northeastern Italy. Your dilemma: you don’t know where else to go besides Venice. Your solution is below. Castello Di Roncade As a permanent tourist in northeastern Italy, I [...]
Here’s a quick quiz: which Italian city, lying at the centre of one of the world’s most celebrated coastlines, was Venice’s great medieval superpower rival, brought the Black Death to Europe, [...]
The Rialto Bridge is arguably one of the most recognisable landmarks in the entire city of Venice. It stands proud over the Grand Canal linking the city with its commanding stone steps. This year [...]
The Museum Paolo Cresci in Lucca details the stories of Italians who left their country.
The history of Western Civilization is conveniently displayed for your strolling pleasure in the Eternal City.