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Historic Italy: A Must Visit Place in Europe

BY: Mano Johnson | Category: Travel | Submitted: 2010-08-25 02:09:52
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Article Summary: "Italy is not only a place that is the religious capital of the World, but it also has various beautiful art and architecture. It is a must visit place in Europe..."

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Italy is one of the most famous holiday destinations for tourists and travelers. This country is so famous for its pasta, wine, roman ruins and resurgence places and of course the mafia and sunshine, that probably almost everyone has some kin of preconception about this country.

There are so many attractive places to visit in this country.


This capital city is situated on the River Tiber and among the Apennine Mountains and Tyrrhenian Sea. The famous places of Rome cover The Vatican Museums, Pantheon, Porta Portese Flea Market, the Church of Sant'Ignazo, Giolitti and many more.
The Vatican Museums is a serie of museums which is the richest and extensive museum collection in the world. Ralph Stanze and Sistine Chapel are the two most important museums and worth the entrance fee. Pantheon is an ancient Roman structure which was done around 124AD. Giolitti is the heart of this old, where you can taste over seventy flavors of Italy's best ice cream.


Venice is the shiny dreamy city on the water. A city of serene churches and painted palaces, Venice has so many wonderful places to visit such as The Basilica di San Marco, The Gondola, Do Mori and so on. The Basilica di San Marco is a monument which is unique for its history, fa├žade and interior. The Venetian rowing boat Gondola was the major means of travel within Venice for centuries. For the alcohol lovers Do Mori offers good wine along with delicious food and friendly environment. Pareadise Perduto, Island of San Pietro, San Giorgio Maggoire and so many other places demand your visit during your stay in Venice.


Florence is one of the most magnificent cities of not only Italy but also the whole world. This city is the birth place the famous people like Leonardo Da Vinci, Dante Alighieri, Fra Angelo, Machiavelli and Michelangelo. The famous chapels and museum made this city even more gorgeous and give the recognition of the "art capital of Italy". Uffizi, Vasari Corridor, Galleria dell Accademia are some of the famous galleries of Florence. During your stay in Florence do not forget to visit the little hill town Fiesole from where you can survey the whole city. .


Pisa is situated in Tuscany Central Italy and the capital of the province of Pisa. This city has a great history but it is famous for its leaning tower- the bell tower of city's cathedral. You can reach the top of this famous tower by mounting the 294 steps of the spiral inner side of the tower walls. You should also visit the museums, cathedrals and pizza places of Pisa to make your trip memorable.


This city is one of the principal artistic centers of north Italy and one of the most visited cities of the world. Duomos, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, Santa Maria delle Grazie are the most prominent places of Milan.

As a whole, the country is so historic and so beautiful that you would wish to visit it again for sure.

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If you want to visit the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel for free on September 27 it'll be free entrance. Franco Franco 2010-09-22 10:08:13 336

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