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The Michigan Lake

Lake Michigan is amazing for several reasons…
It’s the largest lake in the United States and the fifth in the world. Its area is 57,760 km square,

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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

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A weekend in the Belluna Valley

Mid seasons, like the present autumn, are perfect for weekend, trips and excursions … in Italy you can choose among several destinations: lake, hill, plain, mountain or

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The village of Grazzano Visconti

The Golden Scope has already spoken some times about the Italian region named Emilia Romagna, showing historical places like Mattei Rocchetta or natural attractions like the Salina

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Photo Collection of Fuerteventura

Photos taken by Valentina Romano
Although I am not a professional photographer, neither I am a talented one, when I went to Fuerteventura—I think—I managed to take

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The old village of Corinaldo

Marche is a region in central Italy, overlooking the Adriatic Sea. The Umbrian-Marchigian Apennine marks the border with other regions: Tuscany, Umbria, Lazio, and also Emilia -Romagna

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The Venaria Reale Royal Palace

Italy has the honor of having 58 sites on the World Heritage List by UNESCO; it’s the country with the largest number of sites! This is more

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Discovering Harper’s Ferry

The United States of America is certainly an interesting destination for tourists from all over the world because of the many faces of this continent … from

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The Flower Festival in Monte Isola

Monte Isola is an isle located on Iseo Lake, in northern Italy. It includes very characteristic medieval villages that attract both national and international tourists.
The Flower

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On holiday at the Coppo Park in Gubbio

After a year of intense work we were looking for a quiet place where to spend a regenerating  holiday in total relax, away from the crazy crowd…