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Start of Autumn in Cefalù

Autumn has just begun. This is the time for weekends and trips, in particular in Northern Italy, to historic cities, lakeside resorts, hillside, and especially to the

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Hallerbos, a fairytale destination

For a unique experience in an enchanted environment, head to Belgium and go visit Hallerbos forest.
Hallerbos is known everywhere in the world for its incredible landscape featuring

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The “Artistic Lights” in Salerno

Salerno, a pretty town of the Italian region named Campania. This town is facing over the homonymous beautiful bay bathed by the Tyrrhenian Sea. This territory includes

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A vacation in the magical Iceland

Written by Valentina Romano
Photos by Carolina Grisorio & Hotel Rangà

I will be honest with you. I have been sitting at my desk staring

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Chamois, the “Pearl of the Alps”

Italians that love skiing know that winter season is the period where you can ski enjoying the contact with the nature of the mountains, especially the Alps,

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Christmas in Copenhagen

This week is not like any other, because next Monday, 25th December, around the world will happen Christmas day…children are waiting with trepidation, hoping to receive nice

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Christmas around Europe

Since this week is close to Christmas, we—at The Golden Scope—decided to prepare articles themed for the Winter Holiday.
We purposely chose to publish this article on

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Christmas nativity cribs on the Adriatic coast

Italy is the Country of the Christmas nativity cribs… from north to south and the islands; families, craftsmen, private and public organizations;  all are committed to create

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The Painted Churches of Cyprus

Cyprus, the third largest island in the Mediterranean Sea after the Italian islands of Sicily and Sardinia; due to the geographical location, straddling East and West it

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The charming Hoot Owls

Rome, the Italian capital, in recent centuries this ancient city has been the cradle of noble families that inherited their houses improperly called “Villa”, such as Villa