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Bologna, A UNESCO Creative City Of Music

This post is by Marica Gatti. Since 2006, Bologna has been a UNESCO Creative City of Music. This important acknowledgment celebrates the city’s long history of musical creation, from classical music to contemporary musical experimentation. As soon as you set foot in Bologna, you will understand why it is a city of music: talented musicians …

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Day Walks In The Dolomites: Book Review

The Dolomites are a breathtaking and unspoilt corner of Italy, ideal for walkers of all abilities. A new guide from Cicerone – Day walks in the Dolomites by Gillian Price – is an essential companion for anyone considering hiking in the region. Why Walk In The Dolomites? A part of the Alpine range, the Dolomites …

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UNESCO World Heritage Sites In Italy: A Complete Guide

Italy has more UNESCO World Heritage Sites than anywhere else in the world (currently 58 in total). They cover archaeological sites, places of historic or architectural importance, and natural spaces, but how many of them have you visited? I have put together a complete list of World Heritage Sites in Italy: some of the entries …

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UNESCO World Heritage Sites In Tuscany

9 of Italy’s 58 UNESCO World Heritage Sites are located wholly or partly within Tuscany, including some of the best known historic places in the country. The region also has one example of UNESCO intangible heritage. Here is a complete list of the World Heritage Sites in Tuscany, including one creative city and the region’s …

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