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The cathedral is a world known pilgrimage church that fits about 6,000 people. In addition, there is a Campanile, an independent bell tower, next to the basilica which offers a...
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The mausoleum was constructed in the style of Etruscan architecture and completed in the year 139 AD. Apart from emperor Hadrian and his wife, both...
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Gardaland is Italy's biggest fun park . Located directly at Lake Garda , Italy's biggest lake, it attracts plentiful visitors each year. The park offers...
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The Galleria Borghese accommodates one of the most precious private art collections in the world. It is located in the most famous park in Rome, the...
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The cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta, as Orvieto Cathedral is officially known as, is the most important building of the Roman Catholic cultural...
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The academy of art in Florence (Galleria dell' Accademia), which was founded by prince Cosimo I. in 1562 as the first academy for painting in Europe,...
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The San Miniato al Monte (St. Minias on the Mountain) is a basilica that is located on a hill above the city of Florence. The basilica is often to be mentioned as one of the most...
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The Pantheon in Rome was built on the Mars field and remains to be one of the best preserved buildings from ancient Rome. The main reason for it to be so well-maintained is that it...
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The Museum Gherdëina accommodates artefacts depicting the Grödner culture derived from various areas and eras. The little and lovely (partially)...
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In ancient Rome, the Forum Romanum was, without a doubt, the centre for cultural, political, economic, and religious life. It is located in the valley...
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Located in Cassino, Italy, the Ladin Ursus Ladinicus Museum takes you back in time to a prehistoric era. Hence the Latin term “ursus”, meaning “bear” in...
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The Milan Cathedral is the seat of the archdiocese of Milan and bears the Italian name “Duomo di Santa Maria Nascente” as Saint Mary is its patron. It...
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The South Tyrol Planetarium is also the only one of its kind in South Tyrol. Unlike the observatory, the planetarium reveals the secrets of our universe and...
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The famous Vatican Museums, which are located on the territory of the Vatican City, are home to the pontifical art collections and are known to be one...
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Within the mediterrane area the Sea Museum Galata is the biggest of its kind, moreover it is the most progressive museum in Italy. Overall the...
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The most famous art gallery in Italy is  the so-called Uffizi (offices). Together, these offices are merged into a single building complex. The...
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The compound of the archeological park in Baratti and Populonia is home of many sights, which can be explored on a guided tour or all by yourself via...
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The Tower of Pisa is actually a campanile, a free-standing bell tower, originally planned for the adjacent cathedral. In 1173 the foundation stone was...
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Towering high above the deep Eggental Canyon is the impressive Cornedo Castle. The symbol of the local municipality, it was built around 1200 by the Greifenstein family and is considered...
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The Colosseum (Latin: Amphitheatrum Flavium, Italian: Anfiteatro Flavio or Colosseo)), is the largest amphitheater built in ancient Rome and the...
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Ancient Pompeji was located in Campania close to Naples and became famous on august 24th, 79 A.D. when the vulcano Vesuvius broke out and buried the...
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The 5 most popular Tourist Attractions in Italy

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1.The Pontifical Shrine of the Blessed Virgin of the Rosary of Pompei
2.Museo Nazionale di Castel Sant' Angelo
3.Gardaland
4.Art Museum Galleria Borghese
5.Orvieto Cathedral
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Italy's cultural heritage

Almost no other country has more historic sights than Italy. The scenery in the alpine regions, especially in South Tyrol and Trentino is defined by fortresses and castles. Traces of the Middle Ages dominate the northern Italian cities Venice and Milan. The Milan cathedral and St. Mark's Square in Venice are, not without reason, amongst the most beautiful sights worldwide.

 

One of the main destinations for culture lovers is Tuscany. Florence, Pisa and Siena have an enormous number of artifacts and buildings from the Middle Ages. A little further south, at the Gulf of Baratti and Populonia, rock tombs and settlement sites still show traces of the Etruscans, who were the first to live in this country.

 

Of a very special importance in Italy is its capital Rome. It is just about impossible to walk through the city without bumping into ancient Roman high culture, not to mention Rome's importance for Christianity. The Vatican City as the center of the roman-catholic belief, with St. Peter's Cathedral and the Vatican Museums, is not only a highlight for the faithful.

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