BARI: History, talent and entrepreneurial attitude

CASTEL DEL MONTE (UNESCO SITE SINCE 1996) TRULLI OF ALBEROBELLO (UNESCO SITE SINCE 1996) Many paths lead to Bari-it can be reached ...
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BENEVENTO: Longobards in Italy. The places of power (568-774 d.C.)

COMPLEX OF SAINT SOFIA (UNESCO HERITAGE SITE 2011) The Holy Wisdom Church is one of the most beautiful and original ...
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CASERTA: Terra Felix (“Land of Happiness”)

THE 18TH CENTURY ROYAL PALACE IN CASERTA WITH ITS PARK, ITS AQUEDUCT BY VANVITELLI AND S.LEUCIO SITE (UNESCO HERITAGE SINCE ...
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CROTONE: Sila Natural Park

SILA NATIONAL PARK (UNESCO SITE SINCE 2014 ) The lands in the province of Crotone belong to the Sila National ...
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GENOA: The buildings that welcomed guests in the XVI Century

LE STRADE NUOVE AND THE SYSTEM OF PALAZZI DEI ROLLI (UNESCO - WORLD HERITAGE SITE SINCE 2006) Genoa has recently ...
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MATERA: Unexpected architecture in the karst rocks

THE SASSI AND THE PARK OF THE RUPESTRIAN CHURCHES OF MATERA (UNESCO - WORLD HERITAGE SITE SINCE 1993) Out of ...
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MESSINA: The Aeolian Islands: the seven pearls of the Mediterranean

THE AEOLIAN ISLANDS: LIPARI, SALINA, VULCANO, STROMBOLI, FILICUDI, ALICUDI E PANAREA (UNESCO - WORLD HERITAGE SITE SINCE 2000) The Aeolian ...
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MOLISE: From the mountains to the coast through an uncontaminated environment

MAB RESERVE COLLEMELUCCIO – MONTEDIMEZZO ALTO MOLISE (UNESCO SITE SINCE 1997) Although it is one of the smaller regions in ...
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PAVIA: Pavia, the millennial city

THE VIA FRANCIGENA (CANDIDACY UNESCO 2017) The 'Via Francigena', with its villages, waterways and rice paddies appears in the territory ...
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PERUGIA: The treasures of the “Green Umbria Region”

ASSISI, THE BASILICA OF SAN FRANCESCO AND OTHER FRANCISCAN SITES (UNESCO SITE SINCE 2000) THE BASILICA OF SAN SALVATORE IN ...
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PORDENONE – UDINE: Archeology and uncontaminated nature

Source: Archivio Turismo FVG THE ARCHEOLOGICAL AREA AND THE PATRIARCAL BASILICA OF AQUILEA (UNESCO SITE SINCE 1998) THE DOLOMITES (UNESCO ...
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POTENZA: Pollino National Park

THE POLLINO NATIONAL PARK (UNESCO – WORLD HERITAGE SITE SINCE 2016) With its 192,000 hectares, the Pollino National Park is ...
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RIVIERE DI LIGURIA: The Cinque Terre and Portovenere: an environmental heritage

PORTO VENERE, CINQUE TERRE AND THE ISLANDS (PALMARIA, TINO E TINETTO) (UNESCO RECOGNITION SINCE 1997) Sheer hills, fascinating fishing towns, ...
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SASSARI: Ancient regal city, rich of history and art

FEAST OF THE CHADELIERS (IMMATERIAL PATRIMONY OF THE UNESCO FROM 2013) Sardinia is a treasure to be discovered with its ...
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SICILIA ORIENTALE: The marvels of a land waiting to be descovered

THE LATE BAROQUE CITIES OF THE VAL DI NOTO (UNESCO RECOGNITION 2002) Tourism in the province of Ragusa has taken ...
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VENEZIA GIULIA: …siede la Patria mia tra il monte, e ‘l mare quasi theatro c’abbia fatto l’arte, non la natura… (Erasmo da Valvason)

RURAL LANDSCAPE COLLIO-BRDA BETWEEN ISONZIO AND JUDRIO. UNESCO BIOSPHERE RESERVE OF MIRAMARE (CANDIDACY UNESCO) MAB Ancient vineyards, small settlments, natural ...
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VERONA: “The City of Love”

THE CITY OF VERONA (UNESCO RECOGNITION 2002) Situated in the Veneto region in the north of Italy, Verona is a ...
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