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When you live a wonderful and satisfying experience your first wish is to repeat it. Imagine then the one that satisfies your soul, heart, sight, and belly: you can count on a hand fingers the ones that fulfill all your senses
St Peter's Basilica
The Basilica of St. Peter is in the heart of the Vatican City, an independent sovereign state on the right bank of the Tiber river, in the centre of Rome
The Vatican State is the smallest State in the world, and what remains of temporal dominions of the Church, which were annexed to Italy at the end of 1800's with the unification of the country
The Basilica as we see it today, with its ribbed dome stands impressively in its square which seems to welcome all the pilgrims of the world in the embrace of the Mother Church. It was designed by the most famous architects and geniuses of the Renaissance and Baroque time
Sardinia - The Nuraghi
The origins and development of the Nuragic civilisation are shrouded in mystery and myth
However, unique traces of these peoples have been uncovered all over the island dating back to between the XVI and V centuries BC. These fascinating remains bear witness to a civilisation which did not disappear with the arrival of foreign invaders but instead survived, and was absorbed into their cultures and re-elaborated
The Colosseum, Rome, Italy
The Roman Colosseum offers three or four points of view totally different from each other. The most beautiful is perhaps what comes to the curious when he is on the arena where the gladiators fought, and sees the immense ruins that arise around before. What mostly impresses me is the blue sky so pure as it appears through the windows of the upper part of the building.
Stendhal "Roman Walks - Colosseum"