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The medieval village of Dozza

Italy is a country rich in charming medieval villages and  The Golden Scope loves them… especially  for that out of time atmosphere that you breath walking through

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The Chelsea Flower Show

England, an European country with a rich history and deep-rooted traditions. Its people is proud of the royal family, a really symbol of continuity above all thanks

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The art of Lady Be at the Palace of Light

Turin is an Italian city rich in monuments and historical buildings… beautiful and fascinating things for those who visit them. Today we talk about the Palace of

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Azzinano, the village where the walls tell…

Abruzzo is a region of central Italy with natural beauties such as the Gran Sasso National Park, one of the most beautiful of Italy. It includes the

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Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park

Frederick Meijer Park, in Michigan USA, has a feature that intrigues The Golden Scope: it is a successful mix of art and nature.
It collects a lot

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Touka no Kyouen show

One of the world’s most fascinating and wonderful festivals—a part from the ice sculptures one happening in China—takes place in Japan during the winter period. This amazing

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San Gavino Monreale and its street art

The Golden Scope often writes for you on Sardinia, a beautiful Italian island. Today’s itinerary is to the Southern Sardinia, to Campidano, the largest island plain. Just

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Kaohsiung city and the coffee art

Kaohsiung is the second largest city in Taiwan, an important naval industry center and also the headquarters of the navy. Its population is about 2.8 million of

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Valparaiso and its colors

Chile is a beautiful South American country. A narrow and long strip of land that, almost crushed between the Andes and the Pacific Ocean, occupies the south/west

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Dazu Rock Carvings

China, the most populous country of our planet with more than 1 billion 300 million people; it is divided into “provinces” that are very populous, too.