Isola Bella (Bella Island) is located on Lake Maggiore in Piedmont, Northern Italy, approximately 400 metres off the shore of Stresa and is one of the Borromean Islands [which also includes Isola Madre (Madre Island) and Isola dei Pescatori (Pescatori Island)]. It is the second largest (320 metres long by 180 metres wide) and is almost entirely occupied by Palazzo Borromeo and its luxuriant park.
The Schnalstal (Italian: Val Senales) is a valley in the Italian South Tyrol. It is a side valley of the Vinschgau, from which it expands northwesterly. After a narrow entrance to the valley, it soon goes steeply uphill. At the head of the valley is the Schloss Juval, privately owned by the famous mountaineer Reinhold Messner.
Italy-based Musical Singer Francesco Mami felt pleasured and excited and shared his experience of his recent trip to Germany and Spain, which took him across the lively vibes of Barcelona and the vibrant energy of Berlin.
Meran, Italy: The Tappeinerweg is a promenade about six kilometres long in the South Tyrolean town of Meran and the elevated municipality of Tirol in Italy. The path of Tappeinerweg runs along the slope of the Küchelberg (380 m above sea level) from Gratsch in the west eastwards to the Zenoberg, where it ends at the powder tower. It is 100 meters above the valley basin and has only a few inclines. For long stretches, the path offers a view of the Burggrafenamt.
Italy: Campitello di Fassa (Ladin Ciampedèl, German obsolete Kampidel im Fassatal) is an Italian commune with 707 inhabitants (as of December 31, 2019) in the province of Trento (Trentino-Alto Adige region). It belongs to the Comun General de Fascia Valley community.
Italy: The Val San Nicolò (Val de Sèn Nicolò in Ladin) is a valley in the Dolomites, located in the largest hydrographic basin of the Val di Fassa, entirely in San Giovanni di Fassa in Italy. The highest point of the valley is the Cima dell'Uomo, to the east (3010 meters above sea level), belonging to the Marmolada mountain group. The Rio di San Nicolò flows through it, originating from the locality of Jonta, famous for its waterfalls.
Vipiteno - Sterzing, Trentino, South Tyrol, Italy. Also known as Sterzing, The Vipiteno is a town in the Italian province of South Tyrol. Sterling is located in the Italian part of the Wipptal and has approximately 6,950 inhabitants. The history of Vipiteno dates back to the Bronze Age. In Roman times the town was called "Vipitenum". In a document from the early Middle Ages (the year 1108), the name "Stercengum" is found. Later "Sterzing" is derived from this.
Italy-based Mimi Thorrison, mesmerised by the beauty of France, felt so good to be back in her country and comforted and excited to be a guest in her country. She also shared her experience from her recent visit to the country.
The Bulgarian pavilion at the Venice Architectural Biennial 2023 presented a parallel event recently in Sofia and Venice, Italy. The event took place At 11.30 in the Titiciano Hall in Venice and at the Regional Center for Contemporary Arts in Sofia; the event took place at the Bulgarian Pavilion in the meantime for an essential discussion over organizing the International Exhibition.
The British Pavilion Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia is one of the best global architectural events in Venice, Italy, led by the Biennale Foundation, which demonstrates the contemporary visual arts in the world; the Exhibition of 2023 exhibition is 'A space for rethinking the role people play in shaping the built environment to look beyond buildings and economic structures and towards everyday social practices, customs and traditions to reflect how people use and occupy space meaningfully'.
The Basilicata, located in the southern region of Italy, on the outlines of Campania at the west and Calabria to the south, is the world's most famous and well-known place around the globe. The Beaty of Basilicata, also known as Luciana by its ancient name, will never cease to amaze us; alongside the world's most well-known and famous places, it holds many secret and little-known places worth discovering.
Despite being reduced to 10 men, PSG demonstrated their offensive prowess, opening the scoring with a goal from Kylian Mbappe, who notched his 15th goal of the season by firing the ball in off the post
France's Interior Minister, Gerald Darmanin, addressed reporters at the scene, revealing that the assailant, born in France in 1997, had previously been sentenced to four years in prison in 2016 for planning "violent action."
Valerie Pecresse, the president of the Île-de-France region encompassing Paris, announced in a video posted on social media that single metro journeys would cost 4 euros, nearly double the current fare of 2.10 euros