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Italy - part one


Besides thousands of places to discover, amazing Italian cuisine and the famous Italian sun, there are three main reasons to go to Italy:
1. The best coffee in the world
2. The unique atmosphere of siesta time
3. The taste of the italian grapes from vineyards and figs picked by yourself during a bicycle ride in the countryside.
This year I went to Emilia Romagna and here are some of my favourite places and pictures.
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Piazza Cavour is an important place for all Fellini's fans, here the famous movie "Amarcord" was made.
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But Rimini is not only a popular seaside resort, it's also full of signs of the great and long history of the Appennine Penisula. Here the bridge of Tiberius (a roman emperor I century a.C.)
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And here the arch of triumph of August
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And this is Caesar, he came to Rimini after crossing the Rubicon.
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Tempio Malatestiano is a masterpiece of renaissance architecture
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Tempio Malatestiano inside.

15 kms only from Rimini is Cesena - a lovely little Italian town, during siesta time complitely empty. You are alone and the city is yours:)
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A part of the Cathedral's gate
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The fountain
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The fortress and the fountain
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Little street
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A closed laundry in the siesta time

A bicycle ride is a fantastic way to discover the peacfull, wonderfull and sometimes breathtaking Italian countryside, with it's delicious grapes and figs.
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A vineyard
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The "Blue Lake"
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"Blue Lake" again
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San Arcangelo di Romagna - a typical, little Italian town, just gorgeous
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Art studio
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Little street
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A window
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Back to the countryside
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Little sanctuary on rocks
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The same sanctuary seen from it's left sight
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Classical Italian landscape
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San Marino seen from the sanctuary - is it possible to go to Italy and not fall in love with it?

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