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Today The Golden Scope will go together you on the Amalfi Coast, a wonderful Italian stretch of coast…
In ancient times it was part of the Roman
UNESCO is an organization of the United Nations, founded November 16, 1945. It became operational on 4th November 1946; its patronage protects and preserves our planet through