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The Scenic Italian Riviera and Picturesque Cinque Terre Villages.
Visit the beautiful Italian Riviera and take a seat at one of the many hillside cafes to admire the breath taking coast-line. Watch pleasure boats sailing on the azure blue Ligurian Sea, enjoy pretty villages and pastel coloured houses clinging to impossible hillsides. The Cinque Terre is a unique area, owing to its inaccessibility, being situated along the rocky coastline where the Maritime Alps and Apennine Mountains meat the sea. Generations of villagers have carved narrow terraces into the hills giving them the unique appearance for which the area is well known.
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Cinque Terre - timelapse from Italy (Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, Riomaggiore)
Cinque Terre which means "Five lands" is a rugged portion of coast on the Italian Riviera between Genoa and La Spezia. The area is part of the Cinque Terre National Park and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Cinque Terre is a very popular tourist destination and comprises of five villages: Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore. These unique villages hide between green, steep hills and the turquoise Ligurian sea. The villages pastel-coloured houses are built on top of rocks in the rugged, steep landscape. Cinque Terre is located in the coastal region Liguria which is popular with tourists for its beaches, towns and cuisine. Travel between the five villages can be done either by train, by boat or by hiking the beautiful trails that connect the villages. Monterosso is the first village we meet on our journey through Cinque Terre. This is in my opinion the least exciting of the five villages. Monterosso has several hotels and a long beach with deck-chairs and umbrellas. The center of Monterosso has a nice atmosphere with pastel-coloured houses, artisan shops and many small streets. Vernazza is simply breathtaking and very popular among tourists. Vernazza was original the only village with a natural harbour so ships departed from here and as a result, Vernazza became the most prosperous village. The first records about Vernazza goes all the way back to 1080. On 25 October 2011, Vernazza was struck by massive flooding, and mudslides that left the town buried in over 4 metres of mud, causing over 100 million euro worth of damage. Today the main source of revenue for Vernazza is tourism. However, as a testimony to the strength of centuries-old tradition, fishing, wine and olive oil production still continue. Corniglia is the smallest and least crowded of the Cinque Terre villages. The population of the village is about 150. It is located 100 meters above sea level and thus not so easily accessesble from it's train station as the other villages and it doesn't have a harbour, so boats don't stop here. The walk from the train station to the village include climbing the Lardarina stairway with 382 steps. But there is also an easy option: the local electronic buses. Corniglia is characterised by narrow roads and is surrounded on three sides by terraces and vineyards, the fourth side descends steeply to the sea. The history of the village goes back to Roman times. According to the legend, Corniglia was founded by a wine producer, who named the village after his mother, Cornelia. Manarola – along with Vernazza – is registered among the most beautiful small villages of Italy. Most of the houses are pastel-coloured and many are built on top of the rugged coast. Colours and lights are best here in the evening hours, before sunset. Manarola's primary industries have traditionally been fishing and wine-making. The village is famous for it's sweet Sciacchetrà wine. Riomaggiore is the most southern village of the Cinque Terre and is known for it's historic character and its wine.The village was built in the valley of the Rivus Maior (river), hence the name. The river is now running under the main street. The main street and the railway station are connected by a long pedestrian tunnel with beautiful mosaics. Riomaggiore is like a labyrinth of alleys and steps. The houses are built close to one another, so not much sun enters the back alleys and they are thus nice and cool during the hot summer months. Riomaggiore is divided into two by the railway line. The area by the sea with the colourful little boats (gozzi), small seafood restaurants, rocky beach and where tourists enjoy the mediterranean sun. The upper part is the agricultural village (borgo dei contadini) surrounded by terraces. Photographer and editor: Casper Rolsted Music: “Terra Mirus” by Jo Blankenburg Sound Effects: www.freesfx.co.uk FOLLOW MY WORK: https://www.YouTube.com/CasperRolsted?sub_confirmation=1 https://www.Facebook.com/CasperRolsted https://www.Instagram.com/CasperRolsted https://www.Twitter.com/CasperRolsted Homepage: http://www.CasperRolsted.com Camera equiptment: 2 x Sony A6300 Mirrorless Digital Camera Body Samyang 12mm f/2.0 NCS CS lens Samyang 21mm F1.4 ED AS UMC CS lens Samyang 100mm F2.8 ED UMC MACRO lens Edelkrone SliderPLUS Medium with Action & Target Module
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How migrants and refugees are being welcomed in one tiny Italian village
Watch more from Making Sen$e: https://bit.ly/2D8w9kc Read more economic news: https://to.pbs.org/2PNUx19 Starting tomorrow, the European Union plans to start sending back some of the 170,000 migrants and refugees who have made the dangerous journey by sea to Europe this year. Along another main migrant sea route from North Africa toward Italy, one small town has adopted a very friendly posture toward migrants and refugees. Special correspondent Christopher Livesay traveled to Riace in Italy and filed this report.
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Alassio devastated like many other Italian towns and villages tonight...
Alassio sea front on the Italian Riviera and the region of Liguria tonight
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Experience the Real Italy: Walking Through the Streets of Naples
Getting lost on the fascinating streets of Naples, Italy (Napoli). PLANNING A BUDGET TRAVELING TRIP? "Gabe's Guide to Budget Travel" is a travel guidebook that's packed with practical travel info. Just $10 on Amazon! For more info, CLICK HERE: http://www.amazon.com/Gabes-Guide-Budget-Travel-Tricks/dp/1470155141/ Or feel like reading something else that's fun, adventurous and inspiring? "Following My Thumb" features 26 exciting travel stories from around the world. Also available on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Following-My-Thumb-Gabriel-Morris/dp/1846948495/ Support Gabriel's videos on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/gabrieltraveler Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gabrieltraveler Join Gabriel's Facebook travel group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/224985807515334/ Gabriel's travel page on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Explore-the-World/226239094115488 Follow on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/gabrieltravel Lots more adventure travel at: http://gabrieltraveler.com Video created by Gabriel Morris, who is the owner of all video or photo content. Filmed with an ICONNTECHS IT Ultra HD 4K Sport Action Camera. Gabriel is a world traveler and travel writer who has been adventuring around the world off and on since his first trip to Europe in the summer of 1990 when he was 18 years old. He is author of "Following My Thumb", a collection of 26 exciting and hilarious autobiographical travel stories from his worldly wanderings during the 1990s; and has written several other books available on Amazon.com and elsewhere. Thanks a lot for watching and safe journeys! Experience the Real Italy: Walking Through the Streets of Naples
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Portofino, Rapallo & Santa Margherita, Italy - The Italian Riviera (Liguria)
Portofino, Rapallo & Santa Margherita - The Italian Riviera (Liguria) #Portofino is a charming sea village on the Italian Riviera circumscribed by the green of the Natural Regional Park and Marine Reserve. This splendid sea resort with its lux, Mediterranean personality, also boasts an ancient marine culture. The area around Portofino is a protected park. The little streets leading up from the harbour can be explored in very little time. As well as expensive boutiques, there are cheaper souvenir shops and also general stores where you could put together a picnic if you're planning on a walk. Via Roma leads upwards from the harbour, and is the busiest street, with a range of shops, the Portofino Tourist Information Office and the Post Office. The pretty Piazzetta by the harbour is lined with cafe and restaurant tables, a lovely place to relax with a drink and watch the boats. Wandering the waterfront and the lanes, you'll find yachting boutiques, jewellers and art galleries....... #Rapallo was originally a traditional harbour town, and is now the largest and most important seaside resort on the Mediterranean coast in north-west Italy. It is not far from Portofino and with its range of hotels, Rapallo makes a good base for exploring the coast. Bigger and busier than its neighbours, and a little less expensive. Rapallo is convenient for travellers as it is also nearer the autostrada and has more 'stopping' train services...... #Santa Margherita Ligure is that wonderfully old-fashioned kind of Riviera resort where palm fronds wave along the esplanade and is also well placed to explore local highlights such as Portofino. The seafront is the main attraction at Santa Margherita Ligure, with its beach, lively harbour and promenade, and is very picturesque with palm trees, grand buildings and brightly coloured houses immediately behind the seafront.There are two quite extensive areas of beach in the centre of the town, hence its popularity as a base for visitors exploring the region..... ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music: Wonki - Whispers https://soundcloud.com/wonkimusic https://play.spotify.com/artist/5RWlSvsywN8xvPAJNdcCzC ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/c/VeryNiceTravel #verynicetravel Please like, share, favorite, comment, and/or subscribe if you enjoyed! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- #portofino #rapallo #santamargherita #italianriviera #liguria #italy #portofinoitaly #rapalloitaly #santamargheritaitaly #portofinoitalia #rapalloitalia #travel
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Italy:  Amalfi Coast Drive from Sorrento to Positano
The Amalfi Drive (formally Strada Statale 163) is the conventional name of a stretch of road which runs along the stretch of the Amalfi Coast between the southern Italian towns of Sorrento and Amalfi. The road was originally built by the Romans. The drive between Salerno, at the southern base of the peninsula, and Positano follows the coast for about 80 km (50 mi). For the greater part of its route, the road is carved out of the side of the coastal cliffs, giving spectacular views down to the Tyrrhenian Sea and on the other side up to the towering cliffs above. The road passes through the village of Positano, which is built on the side of the hill. Both the village and the whole drive are leading tourist attractions in the area. The Amalfi coast is an UNESCO-listed landscape lined with small towns precariously perched between mountains & the sea. RHS Productions.
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Italy's Riviera: Cinque Terre
Rick Steves' Europe Travel Guide | Exploring Italy’s most remote and romantic stretch of Riviera, we visit five tiny port towns: dramatic Vernazza, surrounded by vineyards; reclusive Corniglia, high on its bluff; pastel Manarola; hardscrabble Riomaggiore; and the pint-sized resort of Monterosso. Fishing for anchovies, sipping wine out of rustic barrels, and savoring twinkling Mediterranean vistas, we enjoy the ultimate Riviera adventure. | © 2014 Rick Steves' Europe Visit http://www.ricksteves.com for more information about this destination and other destinations in Europe. Check out more Rick Steves’ Europe travel resources: “Rick Steves’ Europe” public television series: https://www.ricksteves.com/watch-read-listen/video/tv-show “Travel with Rick Steves” public radio program: https://www.ricksteves.com/watch-read-listen/audio/radio European Tours: https://www.ricksteves.com/tours Guidebooks: https://store.ricksteves.com/shop/guidebooks Travel Gear: https://store.ricksteves.com/shop/ Trip Consulting: https://www.ricksteves.com/travel-help/plan-your-trip-with-our-expert-consultants Travel Classes: https://www.ricksteves.com/watch-read-listen/video/travel-talks Rick Steves Audio Europe App: https://www.ricksteves.com/watch-read-listen/audio/audio-europe Rick Steves, America's most respected authority on European travel, writes European travel guidebooks and hosts travel shows on public television and public radio.
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Amalfi Coast in Italy: Iconic Medieval Cliffside Fishing Villages
The Amalfi Coast lies in the southwestern region of Campania, Italy. For its extraordinary beauty and its iconic medieval cliffside Mediterranean fishing villages, it is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Amalfi Coast is a stunning beauty with its steep sloped lemon tree gardens and coloured terrace houses and stunning views and azure sea. It is south east of Naples starting from Sorrento stretching almost to Salerno. Along the coast line you will find places like Amalfi or Ravello, each of them stunning beauties with their own flair. The Amalfi Coast is a well known secret to German and American tourists and prices are high compared to nearby Naples. During the 10th-11th centuries, the Duchy of Amalfi existed on the territory of the Amalfi Coast, centered in the town of Amalfi. The Amalfi coast was later controlled by the Principality of Salerno, until Amalfi was sacked by the Republic of Pisa in 1137. Since then the Amalfi coast has experienced a crisis. But after the unification of Italy the Amalfi coast has enjoyed a huge economic revival, prompted even by the international tourism. Like the rest of the region, the Amalfi Coast lies in a Mediterranean climate, featuring warm summers and mild winters. It is located on the relatively steep southern shore of the Sorrentine Peninsula, leaving little room for rural and agricultural territories. The Amalfi Coast is known for its production of limoncello liqueur as the area is a known cultivator of lemons which are grown in terraced gardens along the entire coast between February and October. Amalfi is also a known maker of a hand-made thick paper which is called bambagina. Other renowned local products are a particular kind of anchovies from Cetara, and the colorful handmade ceramics from Vietri. QUESTIONS? We would like to hear from you! If you have any comments or questions about this destination or just need some general travel advice, feel free to leave a comment below! ABOUT VideoVoyage.TV is a travel channel specializing in informative videos about various travel destinations around the world. We are publishing a short video every day starting with places around Southeast Asia, but planning to extend our coverage to Europe and the Caribbean in the upcoming months. SUBSCRIBE http://www.youtube.com/videovoyagetv?sub_confirmation=1 CONNECT Website: http://videovoyage.tv Google+: http://google.com/+videovoyagetv Twitter: http://twitter.com/videovoyagetv Instagram: http://instagram.com/videovoyagetv Tumblr: http://videovoyagetv.tumblr.com Facebook: http://facebook.com/videovoyagetv YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/videovoyagetv
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Cinque Terre Italy centuries-old seaside villages on the rugged Italian Riviera coastline.(5)
Cinque Terre is a string of centuries-old seaside villages on the rugged Italian Riviera coastline. In each of the 5 towns, colorful houses and vineyards cling to steep terraces, harbors are filled with fishing boats and trattorias turn out seafood specialties along with the Liguria region’s famous sauce, pesto. The Sentiero Azzurro cliffside hiking trail links the villages and offers sweeping sea vistas.
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Liguria (Italy) Vacation Travel Video Guide
Travel video about destination Liguria in Italy. Extending south to Tuscany, Italy’s mountainous western coast on the Gulf of Genoa is called, Liguria, a picture book country with paradisiacal cliffs, remote villages, bucket loads of sunshine and a region known as, Cinque Terre, that comprises five villages. Our journey begins in Genoa, the fifth largest city in Italy. A guided tour of the harbour is a good way to gain an understanding of this city which became a powerful economic force in the sixteenth century. The Palazzo Reale was once the residence of the Savoy-Piedmont royal family, with bel-etage, gallery and hanging garden. Monterosso Al Mare is the first and largest of the five villages that comprise Cinque Terre, on the route south. It extends across two bays and two districts, separated by a rock. The modern district of Fegina has a long waterfront promenade, a well-kept sandy beach and a good range of accommodation. Vernazza is considered to be the most beautiful of the five villages mainly because of its location within a splendid bay. Corniglia has no direct access to the sea, but extends along a massive rocky plateau about a hundred metres above the sea. On the hilly outskirts is the San Pietro Church, built in 1334, with an elegant, decorated facade and a rose window of Carrara marble. Portovenere is situated on a long promontory in a remarkable location on the Ligurian coast. Just outside the famous Old Town are some splendid exclusive apartments, each with their own character. It was here that the Romans founded Veneris Portus, the ‘Port Of Venus’. The magic of Liguria is based on the contrast between a narrow Mediterranean coastal strip and steep, barren mountains. Whether you walk this scenic landscape or explore it by train or ship, Liguria is a special dream of romance and beauty. -------------- Watch more travel videos ► https://goo.gl/MXPgSs Join us. Subscribe now! ► https://goo.gl/awdDrh Arcadia Television Live TV: https://www.arcadiatelevision.com Be our fan on Facebook ► http://goo.gl/0xmbQk Follow us on Twitter ► http://goo.gl/334ln5 -------------- Thanks for all your support, rating the video and leaving a comment is always appreciated! Please: respect each other in the comments. Expoza Travel is taking you on a journey to the earth's most beautiful and fascinating places. Get inspiration and essentials with our travel guide videos and documentaries for your next trip, holiday, vacation or simply enjoy and get tips about all the beauty in the world... It is yours to discover!
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Cinque Terre || Travel Italy
Sailing, hiking, and exploring the fishing villages of Cinque Terre, Italy. Cinque Terre is a string of centuries-old seaside villages on the rugged Italian Riviera coastline. In each of the 5 towns, colorful houses and vineyards cling to steep terraces, harbors are filled with fishing boats and trattorias turn out seafood specialties along with the Liguria region’s famous sauce, pesto. The Sentiero Azzurro cliffside hiking trail links the villages and offers sweeping sea vistas.
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Cinque Terre Italy centuries-old seaside villages on the rugged Italian Riviera coastline.(4)
Cinque Terre is a string of centuries-old seaside villages on the rugged Italian Riviera coastline. In each of the 5 towns, colorful houses and vineyards cling to steep terraces, harbors are filled with fishing boats and trattorias turn out seafood specialties along with the Liguria region’s famous sauce, pesto. The Sentiero Azzurro cliffside hiking trail links the villages and offers sweeping sea vistas.
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San Bartolomeo al Mare and Cervo , Italy (Liguria)
#San Bartolomeo al Mare is a small town in the western part of Liguria with historical finds from the Roman era. San Bartolomeo al Mare is also an ideal holiday destination for all those who love sunshine and beaches. Both public and paying gravel beaches in San Bartolomeo als Mare stretch across almost the whole town. San Bartolomeo al Mare is a famous holiday resort. Its infrastructures are considered among the best ones of the whole Riviera. It is formed by two medieval villages named San Bartolomeo and Rovere and it is a popular place for summer holidays.It is a lively place in the summer thanks to the array of hotels and accommodation available, including apartments and campsites. San Bartolomeo al Mare is the perfect starting point for excursions into the mountainous hinterland. The first thing that strikes you when entering this town to the west of the River Steria are the bougainvillea hedges, the geraniums and orange trees lining the avenues and the aroma of aromatic herbs. Summer visitors can go for a swim in the sea or the swimming pool, and among the many amusements are numerous water sports, excursions on horseback, tennis and archery. As well as the simple country dishes of the inland areas, you can try the fish and sea-food dishes served in the seaside restaurants. #Cervo is a pretty village on the Italian Riviera coast of Liguria in north-west Italy , near San Bartolomeo al Mare. The village at Cervo is a very picturesque cluster of houses on a hill behind a small stony beach. Most of your time will be spent strolling along the steep and winding cobbled streets, a pedestrianised region lined with ancient stone houses and various small shops and galleries. You can also see part of the original defensive walls, built in the 16th century to protect Cervo. Continue climbing the steep streets and you will reach the elegant church of San Giovanni Battista that stands above Cervo and has a facade that is a good example of the local baroque architecture. The village also plays host to the prestigious Annual International Festival of Chamber Music, with its prestigious outdoor performances attracting many enthusiasts each summer. Music: Erik Lund – Summertime https://soundcloud.com/erik-lund-18 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdOBMwPGtvMIWBakJua25KA https://twitter.com/eriklund91 https://www.mixcloud.com/ErikLund/ https://www.instagram.com/lundblad016/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/c/VeryNiceTravel #verynicetravel Please like, share, favorite, comment, and/or subscribe if you enjoyed! #sanbarolomeoalmare #cervo #italianriviera #liguria #italy
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Reviving Italy's ghost towns with an unusual hotel - BBC News
An unusual hotel, scattered throughout the community, is breathing life back into Italy's deserted villages. A film by Amelia Martyn-Hemphill for BBC World Hacks. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog
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Five Land - The Cinque Terre - Italy - Travel & Discover
The Cinque Terre is a rugged portion of coast on the Italian Riviera. It is in the Liguria region of Italy, to the west of the city of La Spezia. "The Five Lands" comprises five villages: Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and Riomaggiore. The coastline, the five villages, and the surrounding hillsides are all part of the Cinque Terre National Park and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=TravelAndDiscover1 ------------------------------------------------ Over the centuries, people have carefully built terraces on the rugged, steep landscape right up to the cliffs that overlook the sea. Part of its charm is the lack of visible corporate development. Paths, trains and boats connect the villages, and cars cannot reach them from the outside. The Cinque Terre area is a very popular tourist destination. Follow on Telegram: https://t.me/travel_discover Twitter: https://twitter.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Travel-Discover-296764730525734/ The villages of the Cinque Terre were severely affected by torrential rains which caused floods and mudslides on October 25, 2011. Nine people were confirmed killed by the floods, and damage to the villages, particularly Vernazza and Monterosso al Mare, was extensive. (from Wikipedia)
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Exploring Emilia Romagna, Northern Italy
Read more: https://www.danflyingsolo.com/emilia-romagna-d…ips-things-to-do/ Emilia Romagna is a stunning region of Italy where tiny villages of colourful houses, amazing foods, supercars and buzzing cities come together. Places: Brisighella, Cesenatico, Bologna, Ferrara, Modena, Rimini, Ravenna
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Italian mayor offers £1,700 and cheap rent to move to picturesque village
PLEASE LEAVE A LIKE AND SUBSCRIBE LIKE US ON FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/redfraxnews ******************************************************************* a remote village in northern Italy is offering to pay €2,000 (£1,700) to anyone moving there to stop it becoming deserted. People moving to the mountain village of Bormida, which sits 420 metres (1,380 feet) above sea level in the north-west Liguria region and is home to 394 people, can pay as little as €50 a month in rent. The incentive is an attempt to prevent the small village from becoming a ghost town as young people move to the nearby city of Savona or beyond.Mayor Daniele Galliano announced that on top of low rents, the village is planning to offer a €2,000 "bonus" to anyone willing to move there. Under the low rent scheme a small property will cost just €50 a month while a more spacious one will be no more than €120.As properties remained empty and the village kept losing people, the mayor said he had decided to "take action". "We couldn't rent them at market value, so we chose a symbolic number and the requests abounded: the important thing was to repopulate the village," Mr Galliano told local media. Since 2014 the scheme has helped keep the population growing, from 390 to 394 people, despite a loss of 54 people. During its heyday in the 1950s, the village had more than a thousand residents. A third of Italy's villages are at risk of depopulation and even extinction, the report by Legambiente, a national environmental association, found in 2016. Among the innovative means to try to attract fresh blood, Italian dwindling villages have been selling off empty houses for negligible sums and asking migrants and refugees to regenerate aging centres. if you like this video please leave a like and subscribe ******************************************************************* CREATED BY RED FRAX NEWS COMMUNITY
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Cinque Terre Tour (Italy) Vacation Travel Video Guide
Travel video about destination Cinque Terre Tour in Italy Extending south to Tuscany, Italy’s mountainous western coast on the Gulf of Genoa is Liguria, a splendid area with paradisiacal cliffs, remote villages, bucket loads of sunshine and a region known as, Cinque Terre, that comprises five villages. Monterosso Al Mare is the first and largest of the five villages that comprise Cinque Terre, on the route south. It extends across two bays and two districts, separated by a rock. The modern district of Fegina has a long waterfront promenade, a well-kept sandy beach and a good range of accommodation. Vernazza is considered to be the most beautiful of the five villages mainly because of its location within a splendid bay. Corniglia has no direct access to the sea, but extends along a massive rocky plateau about a hundred metres above the sea. On the hilly outskirts is the San Pietro Church, built in 1334, with an elegant, decorated facade and a rose window of Carrara marble. The beauty of Manarola is not obvious at first glance. From the station, a narrow street leads down towards the village. Fishermen continue to earn their living here, and there are holiday apartments as well as several souvenir shops that satisfy the demands of the many tourists who visit. In Riomaggiore, a mighty ledge separates the station from the village and watchtowers still bear witness to its chequered past. According to legend, it was founded in the eigth century by Greeks who escaped to Italy from persecution by Byzantine Emperor, Leo The Third. Travelling by train from village to village is a relaxing way in which to enjoy the sights and provides exceptional views from the cliffs to the sea and villages. In just a few minutes it is possible to visit these colourful coastal villages that were formerly difficult to access from the outside world. -------------- Watch more travel videos ► https://goo.gl/MXPgSs Join us. Subscribe now! ► https://goo.gl/awdDrh Arcadia Television Live TV: https://www.arcadiatelevision.com Be our fan on Facebook ► http://goo.gl/0xmbQk Follow us on Twitter ► http://goo.gl/334ln5 -------------- Thanks for all your support, rating the video and leaving a comment is always appreciated! Please: respect each other in the comments. Expoza Travel is taking you on a journey to the earth's most beautiful and fascinating places. Get inspiration and essentials with our travel guide videos and documentaries for your next trip, holiday, vacation or simply enjoy and get tips about all the beauty in the world... It is yours to discover!
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Viareggio Italy
©http://www.VakantieBegint.nl - Watch the boulevard, beach and sea of Viareggio, Toscane, Italy. It's very quiet because it's the midle of June 2011 and the season of Italy is just starting. It is close to Pisa, Lucca. Florence is a 2 hour train journey away (See other video's)
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Day Trip to Sorrento, Italy Travel Guide
Join us for a day trip to Sorrento, Italy in this this travel guide as we visit for the day from Pompei. Highlights of our trip to Sorrento, Italy include wandering around the streets, popping into cafes, visiting fishing villages, eating seafood pizza at a pizzeria and drinking local limoncello. GEAR WE USE Panasonic GH5: http://amzn.to/2yqTUyi Canon G7X ii: http://amzn.to/2yqtM6B Rode Video Micro: http://amzn.to/2wTguTM Joby Gorilla Pod: http://amzn.to/1PgoY5F SanDisk 16GB Extreme Pro: http://amzn.to/25KEErs SOCIAL MEDIA & TRAVEL BLOGS AUDREY: blog: http://thatbackpacker.com/ instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thatbackpacker/ facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thatbackpacker twitter: https://twitter.com/ThatBackpacker SAMUEL: blog: http://nomadicsamuel.com/ facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nomadicsamuel twitter: https://twitter.com/NomadicSamuel instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nomadicsamuel/ Day Trip to Sorrento, Italy Travel Guide Video Transcript: Considered the official start of the Amalfi Coast, the cliff-perched town of Sorrento makes for a quick and easy day trip. We caught the train in Pompei at Villa dei Misteri and took the Circumvesuviana line all the way down the coast. Our plan for the day? To eat and wander around without much of an itinerary. Since we were visiting just before the holidays, the streets were decked out with all sorts of Christmas decorations. We befriended a few dogs along the way, and then we found a spot to indulge in coffees and pastries. After walking through the town, we started making our way down to the waterfront, more specifically, to Marina Grande. This harbour is line with pastel-coloured buildings, boats bobbing in the water, and lots of seafood restaurants. After walking the length of the marina and browsing through menus, we finally settled on a restaurant for lunch: Zi’Ntonio Mare. Making our way back to town, we also attempted to visit Sorrento Cathedral, but we arrived outside of opening hours so here’s a quick look from the exterior. From there, we continued down some of Sorrento’s pedestrian-friendly side streets, which were lined with small shops and outdoor produce stalls. Limoncello seemed to be by far the most popular souvenir, so if you’re looking for a taste of the famed lemon liqueur, this is a good place to stock up! Our last stop of the day were the Cloisters of San Francis, where there was a small art exhibition taking place. These cloisters are also located in small park with great views of the coastline and the Mediterranean Sea, so we enjoyed the views one last time and then it was time to head back. This is part of our Travel in Italy video series showcasing Italian food, Italian culture and Italian cuisine. Music by Mic-Keys via SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/mic_keys
Italy by drone - Sirolo - Italia, Marche (Ancona)
Capturing this beautiful Italian village, Sirolo by drone. Very close to Ancona. Sirolo is one of the only villages that is on top of a mountain that is near the sea. For more awesome drone videos and all the info about drones visite: http://www.dronevlieger.nl
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LUCCA, the most beautiful and historic city in TUSCANY (ITALY), top attractions
SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/c/VicStefanu - Let's visit beautiful Lucca which is a city and comune in Tuscany, Central Italy, on the Serchio, in a fertile plain near the Tyrrhenian Sea. It is the capital of the Province of Lucca. It is famous for its intact Renaissance-era city walls. Lucca was founded by the Etruscans (there are traces of an earlier Ligurian settlement) and became a Roman colony in 180 BC. The rectangular grid of its historical centre preserves the Roman street plan, and the Piazza San Michele occupies the site of the ancient forum. Traces of the amphitheatre still may be seen in the Piazza dell'Anfiteatro. Vic Stefanu, [email protected] To subscribe to this channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/VicStefanu To subscribe to my other channel featuring 60 second clips from around the world: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDLaeswPmMKk-she6ixOZ7w To send me an email: [email protected] My facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100010586615859 My facebook page for my travel short clips only: https://www.facebook.com/Vic-Stefanu-World-Travels-and-Adventures-1305825586144396 My Google+ channel: https://plus.google.com/+VicStefanu
Cinque Terre, ITALY
The Italian Riviera is not short of rugged coastline or romantic towns and villages, but the five fishing communities of the Cinque Terre are its most iconic highlight. The five villages are no longer the isolated hamlets they once were, but there’s still a feeling of remote authenticity, with few roads, perfectly preserved architecture and a network of stunning coastal and mountain trails. The five villages, from east to west - RIOMAGGIORE: Easternmost Riomaggiore is the largest of all five villages and acts as the Cinque Terre’s unofficial capital. Peeling buildings line up down a steep ravine to a tiny harbor. Their pastel glow at sunset, best appreciated from the sea, is one of the Cinque Terre’s most romantic sights. A botanical garden and bird watching centre sits on a rocky promontory up the hill from its pebbly beach. - MANAROLA The grapevines that surround Manarola produce the Cinque Terre wine, Sciacchetrà. The bustling main street and waterfront promenade are still lined with fishing boats and other such reminders of everyday village life. Punta Bonfiglio, a short uphill hike, has fabulous views and a playground with a bar (or a bar with a playground, depending on your priorities). - CORNIGLIA Sitting atop a 100m-high rocky promontory surrounded by vineyards, Corniglia is the only village that lacks direct access to the sea, although steep steps wind from a rocky cove and its waterfront train station far below. Its tranquil, tangled streets lead to a broad and breezy sea-facing terrace, the only vantage point from where you can clock (and photograph) all five villages at once. - VERNAZZA Vernazza’s small harbour – the Cinque Terre’s only secure landing place – has long been its raison d’etre, but it is Piazza Marconi with its sea-facing amphitheater of pastel houses that brings on the sighs. The village’s trademark caruggi (narrow lanes) rise almost vertically from here, a maze of stairs and tiny terraces, with big blue sea views popping at every turn. - MONTEROSSO Monterosso only rates as ‘swoon-worthy’ until you catch sight of the competition around the corner, but it’s the only village that has a proper strip of beach. Known for its lemon trees and plump anchovies served right off the boat, it’s the furthest west of the villages and the most easily accessible by car. Music: Take It Easy by MBB https://soundcloud.com/mbbofficial Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported— CC BY-SA 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/8DAL4muQUC8
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Monterosso Village, Cinque Terre, Italy
Monterosso is one of the villages of Cinque Terre, in Italy. Travelling northward, Monterosso is the fifth village and the most touristed, since it boasts a proper beach and is home to several larger, fancier hotels. Like the other villages, it is a shining gem along the sea. Kevin Misso Leigh Misso swimming in the Tyrrhenian Sea in Monterosso Village, Cinque Terre, Italy
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Along the Tuscan Riviera - Viareggio, Italy
www.clubgeographic.com - Viareggio is a classic seaside resort with its architectural roots in the early1900's. From its wide promenade Passeggiata Margherita, its sprawling sidewalk cafés, ice-cream parlours and private beach clubs, this is the Tuscan Riviera's most popular beach resort.
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Cinque terre, Italy,  travel, tours & trips along the coast
Nice scenary along the coast of Italy, Cinque terre. Travel to this destination boarded by the sea and admire the little traditional villages on the coast. Don't forget the sunset...:)
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Explore a Ghost Town in Southern Italy | National Geographic
In southern Italy's Calabria region, the ghost town of Roghudi Vecchio is not far from its former inhabitants' new homes, but the area's mountainous terrain makes the old village remote. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta The abandoned hillside village of Roghudi Vecchio, in Italy’s Aspromonte mountains was founded in the eleventh century. And the roots of its former residents may extend to ancient times. This region, Calabria, is the toe at the tip of Italy's boot. And when the Greeks started colonizing the area in the eighth century BC, Calabria was a toehold. Over the centuries, southern Italy again received Hellenic immigrants, displaced from the eastern Mediterranean. Newcomers either revived a flagging Greek-speaking minority, or reintroduced a language that had died out locally. Incredibly, even today there are a few thousand Greek speakers in Calabria. One village where you might hear the local dialect of Greko, or Italian Greek, is Roghudi Nuovo—New Roghudi—part of a cluster of Ionian seacoast towns on the outskirts of the city of Reggio. Today’s Roghudi was founded by people from Old Roghudi—Roghudi Vecchio, when floods forced virtually everyone out. Read more in "Tour an Abandoned Village in the Hills of Southern Italy" https://on.natgeo.com/2rxCy13 http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/photographer-of-the-year-2018/ Enter the Travel Photographer of the Year Contest. Do you have what it takes? Explore a Ghost Town in Southern Italy | National Geographic https://youtu.be/jtOPyI7w3Go National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
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Cinque Terre & Tuscany Walking & Hiking Tour Video | Backroads
Two of Italy’s premier destinations await. From the craggy cliffs, crystalline sea and pastel-colored fishing villages of the famous and charming Cinque Terre to the Renaissance hill towns and Chianti Classico vineyards of Tuscany, these beloved regions are sure to enchant you. https://www.backroads.com/trips/WQTQ/cinque-terre-tuscany-italy-hiking-tour?p=D475
TOP 10 MUST VISIT PLACES IN ITALY FOR NATURE LOVERS Whenever somebody talks about Italy, it’s always about Rome, Milan, Cinque Terre, Florence… The list can go on and on and it’s mostly cities included. However, Italy is a country that can fascinate its tourists with its natural landscape, just as much as with its vibrant city life. A huge number of lakes, mountains, woodlands and beaches is something you can see all throughout Italy. But, no matter in which region you are, you will find a natural wonder that will charm you completely! We’ve picked our ten favorite – which one you would put on your bucket list? 1. Val di Mello Val di Mello is the largest natural reserve located in Northern Italy’s region of Lombardy, near the border with Switzerland. The whole place is consisting of three groups of valleys – Val di Mello, Val Masino and Valle dei Bagni. The whole place is known for its amazing mountain sports conditions, especially climbing and hiking. Val di Mello got really famous within the past decade, when the Melloblocco bouldering festival started to take place here every May. 2. Val d’Orcia Val d’Orcia, or also known as Valdorcia, is a place in the well – known Italian region of Tuscany. Green hills surround the picturesque towns and villages in the region, which is known for the high – quality wine production. From 2004, Val d’Orcia is considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site thanks to its breathtaking agricultural landscape and place in Italian’s art history. 3. Marmore Falls The Marmore’s falls, or as they’re called Cascata delle Marmore in Italian, are a man – made waterfalls near Terni, the capital of the region of Umbria. The waterfalls are created 2.000 years ago by the ancient Romans and their source is the river Velino. Besides enjoying the view of the Marmore waterfalls, you can explore the area and enjoy the gorgeous nature surrounding you! 4. Monti Sibillini Monti Sibillini is a national park located in the regions of Umbria and Marche. It was established in 1993 and ever since it represents one of the most beautiful parks in whole Italy. Monti Sibillini represent a mountain chain with wonderful green valleys and plenty of flowers during spring and summer. 5. Lago di Scanno Lago di Scanno, or lake Scanno in English, is a wonderful lake located in the province of L’Aquila in the region of Abruzzo, Southern Italy. It is also the largest lake in the region with amazing emerald – colored crystal water. Right above the lake is the small town of Scanno, which is a charming place with cobble streets and medieval architecture. 6. Gran Paradiso National Park This national park got its name after the same called mountain – Gran Paradiso, located in the Graian Alps, between the regions of Piedmont and Aosta Valley. It is also the oldest national park in Italy and it used to be a hunting ground for the King Vittorio Emmanuel II. There are mesmerizing woodlands and alpine grassland that will take your breath away, so make sure to include the Gran Paradiso national park on your bucket list. 7. Lake Maggiore Here’s another lake on the list and this time it is one of the three big prealpine lakes – Lago di Maggiore. It is the second biggest Italian lake and it is located between the regions of Lombardy and Piedmont, as well the Swiss canton of Ticino. The lake, as well as the towns along its coastline are known for their flower gardens, where you can find rare and exotic plants. The climate is mild all year round, which makes this place so dreamy. 8. Val di Funes The Dolomites are a complete must visit for every tourist, no matter what! We’re talking about a mountain range located in northeastern Italy that since 2009 it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can find small towns and villages in the mountains that will charm you absolutely with their alpine grasslands all around and the tall Dolomites in the background. 9. Giardini di Ninfa Giardini di Ninfa or Gardens of Ninfa in English, are a lanscape garden in central Italy that will make you feel as if you stepped into a fairy tale – you will know right away why the New York Times declared these gardens as one of the most romantic in the world. They are built on the ruins of the medieval town of Ninfa and are declared as natural monument by the region of Lazio. 10. Costa degli Dei The southern Tyrrhenian coast has the name Costa degli Dei or Coast of the Gods. The reason why this coastline has such name is simple – there are bays, capes, white sand beaches and crystal clear blue water of the Tyrrhenian Sea. It is really impressive, just take a look at the sunset! The Coast of the Gods is located in the province of Calabria in Southwestern Italy. Support Us Here : Tourism World : http://bit.ly/2g56g8i
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Cinque Terre walking tour in Italy with UTracks
The Cinque Terre in northern Italy are a series of five small fishing villages dug into the cliffs where the Apennine mountains meet the Mediterranean coast line. Each village is set between the beach and the hills and has its own special characteristics. There are almost no cars and being hard to access has helped to protect their unique heritage. It is on 15th century foot paths high above the sea, that you will explore the Liguria National Park. The extensive network of trails connecting the villages pass through olive groves and terraced vineyards, with sweeping views of the vast expanse of the Mediterranean below. There are few walks in Europe which capture so many highlights in such a compact area.
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Livorno Beach Italy - Beaches Near Livorno
Beautiful beaches in Livorno , Italy Save Up to 80% on Accommodation‎ - http://best-hotel-deals.info
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Cinque Terre - Corniglia (Italy)
Cinque Terre Part 4. Corniglia Part 1. Monterosso al Mare http://youtu.be/XH7kzfQ-7rc Part 2. Footpath Monterosso - Vernazza (Hiking the Cinque Terre) http://youtu.be/-djX7ttAQk8 Part 3. Vernazza http://youtu.be/OuMGkoSAHR4 Part 5. Manarola http://youtu.be/MeWIHY80vuY Part 6. Riomaggiore http://youtu.be/pS6rH1FjNKo Corniglia is a frazione ("fraction") of the commune of Vernazza in the province of La Spezia, Liguria, northern Italy. Unlike the other localities of the Cinque Terre, Corniglia is not directly adjacent to the sea. Instead, it is on the top of a promontory about 100 metres high, surrounded on three sides by vineyards and terraces and the fourth side descends steeply to the sea. To reach Corniglia, it is necessary to climb the Lardarina, a long brick flight of steps composed of 33 flights with 382 steps or, otherwise follow a vehicular road that, from the station, leads to the village. Sometimes a small bus runs up and down here. The village stretches along the main road, Fieschi Road, and the houses have one side facing this road and the other facing the sea. Corniglia is characterised by narrow roads and a terrace obtained in the rock from which all other four Cinque Terre's villages, two on one side and two on the other, can be seen. The town planning structure presents also original characteristics compared to those of the other villages: the houses are lower set, and only more recently higher, similar to those of the villages of the hinterland. Thank you for watching! Please subscribe to my channel for more video... http://www.youtube.com/skyjay01
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Porto Venere, La Spezia, Liguria, Italy, Europe
Porto Venere is a town and comune (municipality) located on the Ligurian coast of Italy in the province of La Spezia. It comprises the three villages of Fezzano, Le Grazie and Porto Venere, and the three islands of Palmaria, Tino and Tinetto. In 1997 Porto Venere and the villages of Cinque Terre were designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. In the municipality of PortoVenere, in Panigaglia, into the Gulf of Spezia, there is a regasification plant, thanks to which it can import by sea, in the liquid state, natural hydrocarbon gas such as liquified natural gas. Portovenere is a town that lives mainly tourist trade, catering and activities related to tourist accommodation. In recent years have become very important activities such as hotels, Bed and Breakfast, guest houses and residences. Very popular shopping promenade in the Doria quay and picturesque Alley and panoramic views to the church of St. Peter and the Doria Castle. The harbor of Portovenere, although the smallest of Liguria, in the summer season is always sold out and also host many celebrities. The ancient Portus Veneris is believed to date back to at least the middle of the 1st century BC. It has been said that the name refers to a temple to the goddess Venus which was sited on the promontory where the church of Peter the Apostle now stands. The name has also been linked to that of the hermit Saint Venerius. In Roman times the city was essentially a fishing community. After the fall of the Western Roman Empire, Porto Venere became the base of the Byzantine fleet in the northern Tyrrhenian Sea, but was destroyed by the Lombards in 643 AD. Later, it was a frequent target of Saracen raids. First indications of the existence of a castle date from 1113, and in 1161 the walls were erected. Porto Venere became a fiefdom of a family from Vezzano before passing to Genoa in the early 12th century. In 1494, it suffered a devastating bombardment from the Aragonese fleet during their war with Genoa: subsequently the old part of the town declined in importance, giving way to the development of the Borgo Nuovo ("New District"), which had existed from 1139 and is centred on the church of St. Peter. In 1797, with the French domination of Napoleon Bonaparte on 2 December the town became part of the Department of the Gulf of Venus, with a capital of La Spezia, in the Ligurian Republic annexed to the First French Empire. From 28 April 1798 with the new French law, the territory of Portovenere fell in the seventh canton, as the capital, the Jurisdiction of the Gulf of Venus since 1803 and the main center of the third State of the Gulf of Venus in the jurisdiction of the Gulf of Venus. From 13 June 1805 to 1814 it was included in the Department of the Apennines. It was at this point which, in 1812, it became part of the coastal route called "Route Napoleon" in honor of the French general and now known as localized road 530, which still connects the marine center with La Spezia via the Fezzano countries, Le Grazie and Terizzo. In 1815 it was incorporated in the Kingdom of Sardinia, according to the decisions of the Congress of Wien of 1814, and subsequently in the Kingdom of Italy from 1861. From 1859 to 1927 the territory was included in the First district of La Spezia, part of the Eastern District of the Province of Genoa before and, with the establishment in 1923, the Province of La Spezia then. In 1998 it obtained for its architectural heritage and natural entry in the list of protected World Heritage Site, with the Rolli in Genoa's historic center and the only two goods entered for Liguria, and in 2001 established eponymous Regional Natural Park. The village lies at the southern end of a peninsula, which, breaking away from the jagged coastline of the Riviera di Levante, forms the western shore of the Gulf of La Spezia Gulf, or also known as the Poets. At the end of this peninsula are three small islands: Palmaria, Tino and Tinetto; only Palmaria Island, which lies directly opposite the village of Porto Venere beyond a narrow strait, is a small part inhabited. Bordered to the north by the municipality of La Spezia and south, west and east is washed by the Mediterranean Sea. Is about 14 kilometres (9 mi) north of La Spezia and 117 kilometres (73 mi) east of Genoa. In addition to the town, there are the two fractions of Fezzano and Le Grazie, and the archipelago of islands Palmaria, Tino and Tinetto for a total of 7.7 square kilometres (3.0 sq mi). There is a conveyor system with the sewer grates and pumps that push the waste into a subsea pipeline that comes out to about 200 metres (660 ft) beyond the toe of St. Peter. The strong current and high depth of discharge, about 35 metres (115 ft), contribute to the rapid dispersion of the fluid.
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Travelers Choice: Cinque Terre, Rio Maggiore, || Places To Travel In Italy
Travelers Choice: Cinque Terre, Rio Maggiore, || Places To Travel In Italy . . Cinque Terre Italy, Cinque Terre travel, Corniglia (Listed Site), Europe travel advice, Europe travel guide, Europe travel tips, Italian Riviera (Location), Italy (Country), Italy travel tips, Manarola (City\/Town\/Village), Monterosso Al Mare (City\/Town\/Village), Rick Steeves, Rick Steves (Author), Rick Steves Cinque Terre, Rick Steves Europe, Rick Steves Italy, Rick Steves travel tips, Riomaggiore (City\/Town\/Village), Steve Rick, Vernazza (City\/Town\/Village), travel TV show, Cinque Terre, Corniglia, Ferry boat, Hiking (Hobby), Hiking in Italy, Italian Riviera, Italian fishing villages, Italy (Country), Lover's Walk, Manarola, Monterosso, Movie, Riomaggiore, Vernazza, Via dell'Amore, ferry boat ride, pedestrian villages, Cinque Terre, Italy, Riomaggiore, Riomaggiore Village in Italy Riomaggiore is a village and comune in the province of La Spezia, situated in a small valley in the Liguria region of Italy. It is the first of the Cinque Terre one meets when travelling north from La Spezia. Wikipedia Area: 10 km² Weather: 9°C, Wind NE at 13 km/h, 72% Humidity Local time: Wednesday 5:38 AM Province: Province of La Spezia Postal code: 19017 Region: Liguria Dialling codes: 0187 Patron saint: John the Baptist https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Riomaggiore Location of Riomaggiore in Italy ... Riomaggiore, the first village of the Cinque Terre. Houses ... Riomaggiore is the most southern village of the five Cinque Terre, ... Riomaggiore Cinque Terre Italy www.cinqueterreriomaggiore.com/en/guides/riomaggiore Web Cam Riomaggiore Cinque Terre: live images from Riomaggiore. Cinqueterre Residence (Riomaggiore, Cinque Terre, Italy ... www.tripadvisor.com › ... › Riomaggiore › Riomaggiore B&Bs / Inns Rating: 5 - ‎300 reviews - ‎Price range: $159 - $187 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room) Book Cinqueterre Residence, Riomaggiore on TripAdvisor: See 300 traveler reviews, 156 candid photos, and great deals for Cinqueterre Residence, ranked #2 ... Cinque Terre, Riomaggiore, Italy - YouTube Video for cinque terre riomaggiore italy▶ 9:14 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6psXxzCXLek Mar 6, 2014 - Uploaded by denniscallan http://tourvideos.com/ Enchanting, charming Riomaggiore in Cinque Terre, Italy, that stretch of ... Cinque Terre, Italy - Lonely Planet www.lonelyplanet.com › ... › Liguria Cinque Terre's easternmost village, Riomaggiore is the largest of the five and acts as its unofficial HQ (the main park office is based here). Its peeling pastel ... Cinque Terre Online - the villages, Monterosso, Vernazza ... www.cinqueterreonline.com/villages.htm The Cinque Terre, are five small villages on the "Costa Ligure of Levante". ... south are: Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and Riomaggiore. .... the Ligurian Sea maintain the charm and character of Italian villages of the past. Riomaggiore, Italy Is The Most Beautiful Place In The World ... www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/11/30/riomaggiore_n_4326129.html Nov 30, 2013 - You've heard of the Cinque Terre, those five Italian fishing villages ... The one that starts the chain is called Riomaggiore, and if it were up to us, ... Riomaggiore, Cinque Terre, Italy | 360° Aerial Panoramas ... www.airpano.com/360Degree-VirtualTour.php?...Cinque-Terre-Riomag... Mar 24, 2015 - Riomaggiore. Today we represent the second of the five virtual tours of wonderful place of Italy — Cinque Terre. During this week we will ...
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Civita di Bagnoregio
As a monument on a pedestal, Civita sits on the top of a hill at the height of 443 meters above sea level, in the municipality of Bagnoregio. Considered among the most beautiful villages in Italy for its picturesque location, Civita looks like an island suspended because of its beauty and its atmosphere really surreal and unforgettable. Often called " the town that is dying" ", Civita di Bagnoregio owes its name to the progressive erosion of the hill and the surrounding valley, which gave rise to the typical forms of gullies and that continues even today, threatening to wipe out the village. It was founded 2500 years ago by the Etruscans on one of the oldest streets of Italy that connected the Tiber to Lake Bolsena. Originally the entrance to the medieval town was represented by two gates: Majesty Gate and Santa Maria Gate, the latter erected near a little church dedicated to the Virgin Mary that now remained the only Etruscan gate that welcomes Civita, also known as Porta Cava inasmuch it was cut in the tuff to be adapted in the Middle ages with a Gothic arch. Arrived in the historic center, you can admire Saint Donato square with the old town hall and the Church which bears his name, pole of aggregation around which develops the whole village. The origins of Saint Donato church date back to the VII century, when it was founded on a pre-existing roman temple; was a bishopric until 1699 when, following the earthquake of 1695, the location was moved to Bagnoregio. Among the other objectives of great historical importance we have the Bonaventura House in which St. Bonaventura spent his adolescence and where is now placed a kiosk; the Bucaione ", a deep tunnel that affects the lower part of the town, and that allows the access, directly from the village, at the Valley of the Gullies, MUSEUM OF LANDSLIDES, four rooms dedicated to illustrate the geology of Civita di Bagnoregio and of the Valley of the Gullies Valley, finally the Ancient Civitas, small museum built in an Etruscan cave in which they are displayed the classic tools of country life. The progressive collapse of the perimeter walls and the subsequent abandonment by the population over the centuries has led to an almost total desolation, currently the number of the inhabitants is reduced to only seven people and the town is accessible only by a footbridge approximately 300 meters long, made of reinforced concrete built in 1965 and accessible only on foot.
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Appassionata - Le Marche.....Italy's best kept secret.
Situated in the delightful, undiscovered region of Le Marche, Appassionata’s properties nestle gently in the rolling hills and charming medieval villages. The Italian region of Le Marche is a truly special place, a hidden gem that most people dont know about. The region prides itself on being quintessentially Italian, and offers visitors and locals alike everything you would imagine, but unlike some of its more renowned adjacent regions, it still remains one of Italy’s best-kept secrets. As you become acquainted with this delightful area, you will see its contrasts and get to know what makes it a little bit different from its neighbours. Picture a place where the mountains roll gently down to stunning coastline, with vistas that tease your eyes towards another beautiful, enticing hilltop town. Le Marche is a working region, where generations of families have farmed the land for hundreds of years.
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Italian Riviera
(https://www.ahitravel.com) An area known for its sparkling turquoise sea, sun-kissed beaches and charming towns, the Italian Riviera has been captivating visitors for centuries. Experience the enchantment of this famous region on a seven-night program that takes you to key landmarks and historic villages. Your home base is Sestri Levante, with its historic town center and brightly colored buildings framing the coastline. Venture to Santa Margherita, a town of colorful flowers, swaying palm trees and hillside villas, then cruise to Portofino, playground of the rich and famous. Visit the walled city of Lucca, and explore Genoa, the maritime republic believed to be the birthplace of Christopher Columbus. Visit the picturesque villages of the Cinque Terre, the famous Five Lands. Journey to Carrara and discover the origin of the beautiful white marble that sculptors have turned into works of art for centuries. This Alumni Campus Abroad program includes excursions, educational programs, deluxe accommodations and an extensive meal plan with wine at dinner. There is no single supplement for solo travelers.
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Cinque Terre Italy centuries-old seaside villages on the rugged Italian Riviera coastline.(3)
Cinque Terre is a string of centuries-old seaside villages on the rugged Italian Riviera coastline. In each of the 5 towns, colorful houses and vineyards cling to steep terraces, harbors are filled with fishing boats and trattorias turn out seafood specialties along with the Liguria region’s famous sauce, pesto. The Sentiero Azzurro cliffside hiking trail links the villages and offers sweeping sea vistas.
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Puglia and Salento: sea, fun and food
To read our detailed article about the best beaces, places to eat or to hang out in Puglia (Apulia), head over to our blog: http://www.travellingdany.com/2017/07/puglia-italy-off-the-beaten-track/ We love our Country, Italy. You could easily say that there's a surprise behind every corner. While there are tons of videos that show the most iconic cities and the most popular things to do, we firmly believe that also the smaller villages and the lesser known areas deserve some attention. Because people kept on asking us information about the off the beaten paths in Puglia, the places where you can avoid the huge crowds in the Summer time, a video that didn't show the "usual" (and still truly beautiful) Alberobello, Matera or Polignano al mare... here's our input. We hope you'll like it! Featured here: Torre dell'Orso Torre Sant'Andrea Grotta della Poesia San Foca Typical food Torre di Roca Scoglio della sfinge Otranto Laghi Alimini Lago di Bauxite Guitalele's Happy Place by Stefan Kartenberg (c) copyright 2017 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/JeffSpeed68/56194 Ft: Kara Square (mindmapthat) Follow our channel and socials to keep updated and let us know what you think of our videos!
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Cinque Terre Italy centuries-old seaside villages on the rugged Italian Riviera coastline.(1)
Cinque Terre is a string of centuries-old seaside villages on the rugged Italian Riviera coastline. In each of the 5 towns, colorful houses and vineyards cling to steep terraces, harbors are filled with fishing boats and trattorias turn out seafood specialties along with the Liguria region’s famous sauce, pesto. The Sentiero Azzurro cliffside hiking trail links the villages and offers sweeping sea vistas.
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Portofino 2018 // Italy Travel Vlog
🇮🇹BEAUTIFUL PORTOFINO - ITALIAN RIVIERA 🇮🇹 We traveled to northern Italy for 4 nights between May 26th - 30th 2018. We booked an apartment in La Spezia as our base, called 'La Dame' - very quirky, clean and had absolutely everything we needed, well worth looking up especially as it was minutes away from the train station too. We flew into Pisa and caught a taxi that took us to the leaning tower. We had a wonder around then walked 20 minutes back to the train station to board a train to La Spezia (it took an hour). We had a chilled evening, drank lots of Prosecco and went in search of a few bars. On our first full day in Italy, we decided to visit the 5 UNESCO world heritage villages collectively called 'Cinque Terre' or 5Terre. We were anticipating huge crowds of people visiting Cinque Terre so planned a bit ahead. We decided to get up early and visit Vernazza first as this village seemed to be the most popular one to visit. We bought a Cinque Terre day pass which entitled us to hop on and off the train going between these villages all throughout the day and it cost us around 15.60 Euros. Next, we bought a train ticket which cost us around 13 Euros return to Santa Margherita Ligure and we were to stay there for one night so we can visit nearby Portofino the following day. In this vlog - We spent the morning at our hotel in Santa Margherita Ligure swimming in the sea and rooftop pool. Just before lunch, we caught a bus from outside our hotel - Best Western Regina Elena which cost us 3 euros for a single and took around 8-10 minutes to arrive at Portofino. When we arrived, it didn't seem that busy which was lovely to wander around and take photos without crowds of people in your way however, after we had lunch around 1pm, Portofino soon started to get busier. I had seen amazing arial / panoramic views of the bay of Portofino and noticed a path leading up to Castello Brown. After a bit of googling, we decided to venture up. It took us around 10-15 minutes, steep in parts but a really lovely walk up. Entry into the castle costs 5 euros and the views were absolutely amazing. The castle is very small but had some lovely art exhibitions inside as well as beautiful gardens. We absolutely loved Portofino, such a pretty part of the Italian Riviera and we spent nearly all day there, eventually leaving early evening on the boat back to Santa Margherita which costs us 7 euros and took around 20 minutes....well worth doing as the views leaving Portofino are stunning including watching the huge yachts coming into dock. Our 4 days in Italy went really fast but we also packed in so many brilliant experiences. Cinque Terre has been on my top 'to do' list for many years and it did not disappoint, i would love to go back one day and spend a bit more time around this area including doing the hikes between the Cinque Terre villages. I hope you enjoyed watching my Italian Riviera travel diary series, speak soon. Claire x Our Trip and what my vlogs will entail: Day 1 - Arrive in Pisa - train to La Spezia to our first accomodation Day 2 - Visit the Cinque Terre villages using a Cinque Terre train day pass Day 3 - Train up the coast to Santa Margherita Ligure for one night and spend time wondering around the harbour town Day 4 - Spend the day in Portofino by catching a bus on the way and a boat return to Santa Margherita. Travel back to La Spezia for out final evening. Day 5 - We leave to go home Previous Travel Vlog Santorini & Venices: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1Z1UZTFOfX3tSvZceSJH8gcQlL6-XQ20 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1Z1UZTFOfX2Q_PLfYsj0FAmh794SLKSo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rl-0rQaNCic&t=0s&index=2&list=PL1Z1UZTFOfX1tVCgPtdaHjG3YsSKQz5rl Music: Mumford & Sons Inspired by Hyde - Free Instrumentals https://soundcloud.com/davidhydemusic Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Music provided by Music for Creators https://youtu.be/5shSBRjyeiI Song: IIkson - Early Hours (Vlog No Copyright Music) Music promoted by Vlog No Copyright Music. Video Link: https://youtu.be/9aoCm97hpeM Song: Simon Moore - Somewhere In Nature (VLOG MUSIC - No Copyright) Music provided by VLOG MUSIC - No Copyright. Video Link: https://youtu.be/T8i8TnLIA7g Song: Chaël - Sparks (Vlog No Copyright Music) Music promoted by Vlog No Copyright Music. Video Link: https://youtu.be/7kyQWkxsnt8 -To Contact Me- [email protected] -To Follow Me- https://www.instagram.com/diaryof40something/ https://twitter.com/diary40somethin https://uk.pinterest.com/diaryofa40something/ https://www.facebook.com/diaryofa40something/ Diaryofa40something - Italian Riviera - Portofino #diaryofa40something #italy #portofino
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Amazing property in Filicudi, Aeolian Islands - ITALY
https://www.pierolorenzorealtor.com/filicudi.html Filicudi (Aeolian Island), among the prettiest and least developed of the Aeolian Islands (UNESCO World Heritage Centre), Filicudi is also one of the oldest, dating back to tectonic activity 700,000 years ago. Shaped like a snail when seen from some angles, the island entices visitors with its rugged coastline lapped by crystal clear waters and pitted by deep grottoes. The island has just a few small villages. This is a wonderful villa, entirely restored, overlooking the sea in Filicudi island. It can be reached from the provincial road and via a staircase at the harbor. The exclusive location makes it a unique property. The villa, perched over the sea, occupies a peaceful corner, with stunning views on the Aeolian paradise. It’s a furnished 3 bed / 3 bath, 2,000 sqft property made in the Aeolian style and composed of two separated structures that are connected by an amazing 2,200 sqft terrace with breathtaking views. The main house has 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a wide kitchen, a mezzanine, and a large terrace. The other unit, is 1 bed / 1 bath, with a wide wall of windows that overlook the sea, an outdoor kitchen, and a solarium area. In addition, the property boasts huge terraces, a second outdoor kitchen, and several gardens. Air conditioning in every room. There is an approved permit to build a fourth bedroom with another bathroom, and the option to buy a huge and useful garage, very close to the villa. Filicudi is known as one of the ultimate vacations by the sea and is an excellent destinations for summer holidays, with pristine waters, great weather, sun, ancient history, and exquisite environment. But if you really want to appreciate the uniqueness, you should visit the interior, especially between the months of April and June and from September to November, when the crowds have left. It is a wonderful feeling to walk along the pathways in complete silence, accompanied only by the wind. It is striking to walk below or above the impressive sea walls, which seem to have been erected by miracle. You will be moved by the kindness of the local people when they greet you, and they are always ready to help you in any situation. The sky on Filicudi is marvelous, unspoilt by street light, making the stars stand out brightly and creating a magical experience for you when walking under a full moon. The property has you living in contemporary comfort, while linking you with ancient times, with jaw-dropping views of paradise, unspoiled by the passing thousands of years. It is a truly rare find. FOR SALE: Euro 1,200,000 !! Listing agent: Piero Lorenzo Calbre: 01975799 +1.831.428.1413 [email protected] Voice over by Elizabeth Baron Video by Andrea Lorenzo ([email protected])
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Campania (Italy) Vacation Travel Video Guide
Travel video about destination Campania in Italy. Campania was once a centre of the ancient world in the Mediterranean and features gorgeous coastlines, romantic villages, paradisiacal islands and is a true cradle of European culture. Napoli is the capital of Campania. The Centro Storico Monumentale is located around the harbour. The Piazza Del Plebiscito embodies both grandeur and vastness and on one side of the square is the Chiesa San Francesco Di Paola, a church of triumph that was built by Ferdinand in 1815 following the return of the Bourbons and was modelled on the Pantheon of Rome. Measuring four square kilometres, Procida is the smallest island off Naples and is densely populated, with a long history. The sight of the picturesque Marina Grande at the Cattolico Ferry Port typifies relaxed island life and is where religious seamen built churches and houses up steep slopes to the Old Town of Terra Murata, the ‘walled land’. Ischia, the island of Titan Tiphoios, is the largest of the three islands in the Gulf Of Naples, each one now being a popular tourist destination. Both Ischia Porto and Ischia Ponte appear to have developed together and contain the palazzi of the rich and fine Baroque churches. The village of Ponte is still home to fishermen who offer their tasty daily catch on the pier. Vesuvius is a place of ancient myth and catastrophe. A bizarre landscape of craters, breathing out mysterious wisps of smoke and since early times, an active volcano that last erupted in 1944. Its highly explosive potential, and nearby large population, make it the most dangerous volcanic threat in Europe. Amalfi, beating heart of the coast, is today a world famous resort squeezed into the mouth of a valley of paper mills. A land where lemon trees blossom and in which both past and present merge into a unique cultural landscape, Campania is a paradise of gods and nature! -------------- Watch more travel videos ► https://goo.gl/MXPgSs Join us. Subscribe now! ► https://goo.gl/awdDrh Arcadia Television Live TV: https://www.arcadiatelevision.com Be our fan on Facebook ► http://goo.gl/0xmbQk Follow us on Twitter ► http://goo.gl/334ln5 -------------- Thanks for all your support, rating the video and leaving a comment is always appreciated! Please: respect each other in the comments. Expoza Travel is taking you on a journey to the earth's most beautiful and fascinating places. Get inspiration and essentials with our travel guide videos and documentaries for your next trip, holiday, vacation or simply enjoy and get tips about all the beauty in the world... It is yours to discover!
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Italian Village of Caltabellotta, (Italy) - Travel Guide
Take a tour of Italian Village of Caltabellotta in Caltabellotta, Italy - part of the World's Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats. On the Italian island of Sicily is the small village of Caltabellotta. This lovely place rises up a small stony mountain, the very top of which rises in a large precipice above the town. The town carries the heritage of the Romans, the Byzantines, the Arabs, and the Normans, all of whom lived here at one time or another. Near the peak of Caltabellotta is a red-roofed stone cathedral, in the older section of town. This church and the remains of the old Arab castle here are the town's most important buildings. The view from the top of Caltabellotta's rocky peak is an unparalleled one of the town, the surrounding countryside, and the sea.
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Passo Gavia - Best Roads of Italy (11) - On an Africa Twin
Gavia Pass is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 2.621 m (8,599 ft) above the sea level, located in the Lombardy region, Italy. The pass is traversed by the SP29 road, and it’s often used on the route of the Giro d'Italia road bicycle race. The Passo di Gavia is one of the highest and even most beautiful passes of the Alps and divides the province of Sondrio to the north and the province of Brescia to the south. The surface of the road is asphalted, and chains or snow tyres can be required throughout the year. The road over the pass connects Bormio to the northwest with Ponte di Legno to the south and is single track most on its southern section. The uphill starts in the Valfurva in the north or in Ponte di Legno (BS) in the south. The side facing the Valtellina is less steep than the other one, even if it is a longer way up to the pass. Don’t forget your camera! On top of the Gavia Pass you find the pittoresque lake "Lago Bianco", surrounded by the mountain "Corno dei Tre Signori", 3.359 m. Even more beautiful is the lake "Lago Nero" on 2.386 m, which is situated just underneath the pass on the south side. The drive is definitely worth it. The road is only open during the summer season, from late May to October. It includes tight curves, switchbacks, steep slopes, and at some points, it’s a very narrow road down to one lane wide. In most places the drop off is extraordinarily steep and no trees or guardrails to stop the descent of a tumbling car. A car the slips off the edge has virtually no chance of survival. The road can be closed anytime when the access is not cleared of snow. Before the top of the Gavia you will cross a bridge over the "Rezzalasco", then you arrive at the alpine lodge "Berni" on a level of 2545 m, where a war memorial reminds us of the First World War. The road gets a little less steep now and after a couple of kilometres you reach the pass. On the south side of the pass there’s a legendary tunnel. Located 3 kms from top is truly terrifying. Dark, steep, gravelly, scary. The tunnel is long and very dark. The tunnel is unlit and essentially pitch black inside. The darkness is disorienting, and the tunnel is pitched at a 9% grade. Both combine to make the thru passage a memorable experience. On the left side of the tunnel, it's possible to follow for 500m the Old Gavia Road. The road is difficult and it’s a nightmare in the wet or dark (or both). Starting in Bormio, take the road SS 300 which leads through the Valfurva: you pass by its little villages Uzza, San Nicolò, S.Antonio und San Gottardo and will arrive, after 13 km and 600 metres in altitude, to Santa Caterina. After Santa Caterina the "real" road up to the Gaviapass begins with its first switchback. From here one, the gradient is most of the time at about over 7 %, it reaches, however, quite often the 10 % mark for short stretches. The tight road brings you constantly higher in altitude.
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Beautiful sunset on the sea. ITALY, 5 Terre
EN : Just a beautiful sunset in Italy , 5 Terre [ Five Lands ]. ( Manarola , Riomaggiore, Corniglia, Vernazza, Monterosso). Cinque Terre is a beautiful place and if you going to visit Italy make sure this is on the list. It comprises of 5 villages hidden away to fast life. The villages are all beautiful and have some sort of differentiation and uniqueness than the other. IT : Un bellissimo tramonto presso le 5 terre, Italia. RU : прекрасный закат солнца в Италию . RO : Un apus de soare foarte frumos si colorat in Italia. Vizionare placuta tuturor. Sunset or sundown is the daily disappearance of the Sun below the western horizon, as a result of Earth's rotation. The time of sunset is defined in astronomy as the moment when the trailing edge of the Sun's disk disappears below the horizon. The ray path of light from the setting Sun is highly distorted near the horizon because of atmospheric refraction, making the sunset appear to occur when the Sun’s disk is already about one diameter below the horizon. Sunset is distinct from dusk, which is the time at which the sky becomes completely dark, which occurs when the Sun is approximately eighteen degrees below the horizon. The period between sunset and dusk is called twilight. Locations north of the Arctic Circle and south of the Antarctic Circle experience no sunset or sunrise at least one day of the year, when the polar day or the polar night persists continuously for 24 hours. Sunset creates unique atmospheric conditions such as the often intense orange and red colors of the Sun and the surrounding sky. 01 CMA - Beautiful Sunset 02 Beautiful Sunset 6 With Relaxing Waves (HD) 03 The Most Beautiful Sunset and Red Sky in The World Ever - Isles of Scilly 04 TIME LAPSE :: Beautiful Ocean Sunrises & Sunsets (1080p FULL HD) 05 BEAUTIFUL SUNSET | MoreTDM 07 World's Most Beautiful Sunrises and Sunsets 08 Sunset Time Lapse HD 09 A perfect Green Flash Sunset 10 Beautiful Sunset in Tobago: Pigeon Point aurora
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Italy 2017 - Beach & Golf in Tirrenia, sightseeing Pisa & Florence
Our recap video of our Italy week this summer! After spending a day in Cinque Terre we stayed a week in Tirrenia at the beach. Shini played some Golf as well and on one day we visited Pisa and Florence with the car. About ShiniDaniTV: Join Shinifer and Daniel as they recently moved to Switzerland to start a new chapter in their life. YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/shinidanitv Steemit: https://steemit.com/@shinidanitv Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/shinidanitv Instagram: https://instagram.com/shinifer https://instagram.com/l3dani
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