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"La Sociedad Literaria Ojos de Liebre", de Pasi Ilmari Jääskeläinen

Título: La Sociedad Literaria Ojos de LiebreTítulo original: Lumikko ja yhdeksän muutaAutor: Pasi Ilmari JääskeläinenAño de publicación: 2014Editorial: Duomo Ediciones ISBN: 9788415945284Páginas: 359Formato: Tapa blandaFicha del libro | Lee...
by El guardián de libros on Feb 14, 2016

New Years, Sicily & Ciauda

I was invited to celebrate New Years with my favorite sicilian group Ciauda, it is an amazing multicultural band singing something that reminds of a mix of sicilian traditional style and french street music,  and they sing in both languages too. Her...
by Living In Sicily on Jan 5, 2016

Tuscany; Florence

We spent less than 2 hours in Pisa, and were on the road again, this time to Florence. Our driver took us up a back road to give us a view of the Tuscany countryside. Again, it was but a taste of what is there for the viewing. Much of this country is...
by LightCentric Photography Blog on Nov 29, 2015

Tuscany; Pisa

Tuscany was another place we missed on the 2013 shortened cruise. Over the years, I have heard and read that two of the most magical places for photographers are Provence and Tuscany. Unfortunately, the motif of a cruise is short glimpses of the port...
by LightCentric Photography Blog on Nov 21, 2015

La Rinascente Duomo, Milan

Images Courtesy and Copyright Arte Vetrina Project Well that made you look didn't it?  We've seen David Beckham in his pants and now Justin Bieber is flashing his 'bits' at the fabulous La Rinascente Duomo in Milan.  Full-sized window...
by Retail Store Windows on Apr 13, 2015

Submarine Crashes Through Streets Of Milan In Creative Publicity Stunt

An inept submarine crew has crashed their high-tech military submarine straight through the underside of Milan’s streets, emerging near the Duomo. Or at least, that’s the elaborate scene that the Europ Assistance Italia insurance company...
by Harga Mania on Apr 9, 2015

Il norcino del re

Anna Lombroso per il Simplicissimus Guai fare indispettire il norcino del re: potrebbe mollare tutto e delocalizzare il brand della ribollita d’arte, trasferendo, armi bagagli, l’Italia della pizza e fichi, del lardo di colonnata e dei pistacchi...
by Il Simplicissimus on Dec 20, 2014

Il norcino del re

Anna Lombroso per il Simplicissimus Guai fare indispettire il norcino del re: potrebbe mollare tutto e delocalizzare il brand della ribollita d’arte, trasferendo, armi bagagli, l’Italia della pizza e fichi, del lardo di colonnata e dei pistacchi...
by Il Simplicissimus on Dec 20, 2014

Things to Do in Sorrento Italy – Attractions and Sights

Sorrento is one of Italy's most famed and sought-after resorts. You will find a variety of things to do in Sorrento Italy. Situated on Italy's southwestern coast, Sorrento is perched on the side of a mountain directly above the Mediterranean Sea.
by Solo Italia on Oct 24, 2014

Things to Do in Sorrento Italy – Attractions and Sights

Sorrento is one of Italy's most famed and sought-after resorts. You will find a variety of things to do in Sorrento Italy. Situated on Italy's southwestern coast, Sorrento is perched on the side of a mountain directly above the Mediterranean Sea.
by Solo Italia on Oct 24, 2014

Sorrento – Excellent Base for Exploring

Sorrento is one of Italy's most famed and sought-after resorts. Situated on Italy's southwestern coast, Sorrento is perched on the side of a mountain directly above the Mediterranean Sea, which gives this town some of the most breathtaking views in a...
by Solo Italia on Oct 24, 2014

Sorrento

Sorrento is one of Italy's most famed and sought-after resorts. Situated on Italy's southwestern coast, Sorrento is perched on the side of a mountain directly above the Mediterranean Sea, which gives this town some of the most breathtaking views in a...
by Solo Italia on Oct 24, 2014

Pic of The Week: Piazza Duomo Catania

The post Pic of The Week: Piazza Duomo Catania appeared first on Living In Sicily - Vardag På Sicilien.
by Living In Sicily on Oct 22, 2014

Florence: Highlights of a Haute Couture city

Florence is a haute couture city. The art, buildings and food are all made from an incredible level of good taste and craftsmanship. Read our post and be amazed! Haute Couture in the morning AM: From our B&B we were drawn to the beating heart o...
by BonBagage on Sep 10, 2014

4 Reasons You Need to See Milan

Milan is a city on the top of many people’s must-see travel lists - why? Because it’s a unique historical city full of stunning sights and experiences that can’t be replicated anywhere else in the world. But if you’re still on the fence about...
by Solo Italia on Aug 21, 2014

Duomo Leaning Tower Pisa Italy Skyline Wallpaper

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by meihoren.com on Jul 19, 2014

Duomo Leaning Tower Pisa Italy Skyline Wallpaper

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by meihoren.com on Jul 18, 2014

Duomo Leaning Tower Pisa Italy Skyline Wallpaper

duomo leaning tower pisa italy skyline wallpaper By meihoren.com with Resolution (px) and size (KB) : 1600 x 1200 · 325 kB · jpeg | duomo leaning tower pisa italy skyline wallpaper wallpaper pitures and HD Wallpapers Desktop for background...
by meihoren.com on Jul 18, 2014

The Fashion Capital – Milan Italy

When it comes to the city of Milan, there are always too much to say as in people’s mind, this is a city full of natural glamour and mystery. Milan has been given several nicknames such as ‘The Fashion Capital of the World’, ‘City with heart...
by eTravelTrips on Jun 19, 2014

Duomo di Orvieto, A medieval architectural splendor!

Massive structure with gothic facade, walls depicting the stories from testaments, decoration by glittering mosaics and massive bronze doors, is the Duomo di Orvieto, construction which continued for three centuries! The cathedral dedicated to Assump...
by Scrapbook- A Travel Blog on Jun 7, 2014


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