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Rome is the capital of Italy, an ancient city and the center of churches, making it the largest museum without ceiling in the world. The people of Rome are very warm and hospitable. This city is full of beautiful and strange statues that you will never see anywhere else. Rome is the center of world pasta and pizza. However, you will have to pay a relatively high cost in order to use the restaurants and attractions.
Fountain of Love (Fontana di Trevi)
There is a fountain in the Trevi area in Rome, Italy, the largest baroque fountain in Rome and one of the most famous waterfronts in the world. This fountain is one of the ancient aqueducts of Rome on which the Trevi waterfront was built in 1762 by Josiah, and now the waterfront is equipped with circulating water pumps. According to a traditional story, if a visitor throws a coin into the fountain, he will one day return to Rome. It is estimated that € 5 a day is poured into the fountain and that money is spent on the poor people in Rome.
The Vatican is the smallest European sovereign state established on February 11, 1929, by the patients of Latrine. The first person in the city administration is the Supreme Pope, who is in the highest office and has the right to legislate, judge and administration of the government. The Vatican has no airport and has only one helicopter. It is the least populous country in the world and has a population of about 800 people. In year 1984, the UNESCO listed the Vatican City in its list of historic sites and is the only example in which an entire country is recorded as a monument.
It is one of the most famous temples in the second century AD and considered as one of the world’s largest domes, and one of the wonders of the architectural world. The Pantheon was first built as a temple to all the Gods. This building was converted into a church in the year 609 AD and was not damaged over time and maintained its splendor. The Temple’s dome was known as the largest dome in the world for 1300 years. Opposite the Pantheon is a beautiful waterfront of the same name, which is a tourist attraction.
This place is a watching house in Rome, Italy. The Colosseum was the largest auditorium in the Roman Empire, and today the Colosseum is known for its bloody battle with gladiators fighting with each other or with wild animals and providing entertainment for their spectators, often from the aristocracy, some executions such as releasing wild animals has also been done in the Colosseum. There are three rows of dome-shaped arches cross columns and column heads, which are the Dorica and Ionic architecture style.
Florence Tourist Attractions
Florence is a beautiful, historic and pleasant city in northern Italy. When it comes to traveling to Italy, Florence is one of the places to visit that should be in your plan, and this city has many features: It is more beautiful than Milan, its sights are more than Rome and its food is tastier than what we’ve experienced in Venice. Although Milan is famous for its vibrant nights, spectacular culture and stunning architecture, but Milan’s famous buildings, like many other Italian cities, cannot compete with Florence’s architecture.
The Dome Monastery
Tourists in Florence can watch one of Europe’s most magnificent architectures, the famous Dome Monastery was built by renowned Italian architect Filippo Brunelleschi in the 15th century, and was Italy’s largest mansion at the time of construction. Tourists flock to the Arno River with its beautiful scenery and the many bridges on which it is built.
Leaning Tower of Pisa
The tower is located in Pisa city, Italy, though it is not the only leaning tower in the world, but is the most famous in the whole world. The tower is 70.56 meters high and was completed during the Renaissance in year 1173. A few years after it was begun, when only three down floors was built, it was bent before the tower reached a height of 12 meters, but its architect created the rest of the floors like bending over. The tower has seven bells, which, due to the danger of the tower falling, were not ringing. The tower has become a major symbol of the Pisa city and was registered as a cultural heritage by UNESCO in the year 1987.
Florence’s Bobolian Garden
The historical name of the garden is Giardinood Baboli, dating back to the 1550 and 1558, and designed and commissioned by Ms. Eleonara. This garden is one of the masterpieces of garden architecture and environment in the world and one of the most beautiful gardens in the world.
Venice Tourist Attractions
An island in northern Italy that is separated by canals and they use boat to transport in the city. It is one of the most visited tourist cities in the world and millions of tourists visit it every year. Attractions in the city include San Marco Square. The city is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List for its strange shape as well as a number of monuments, art and architecture that have made millions of people visit it annually. Venice is also home to festivals and carnivals, one of which is the Carnival of the Musk. Venice is famous for its narrow alleys and the main door of each building opens to a canal. Another attraction is the San Marco Cathedral.
San Marco Square
The square consists of two spaces (Square and little Square), which are the social, religious and political center of Venice and are generally considered to be integrated. Inside this square is the Cathedral of San Marco, which is the burial ground of Marcopolo. This outdoor area is always full of tourists who feed doves. The square with its church, with its bell towers and Florian’s café, holds the memories of people of that time, such as Jean Jacques Rousseau.
This bridge is one of the best examples of bridge architecture in the world. It is 11 meters wide and has windows with stone bars and sculptures, attracting the attention of every tourist. Each of these statues depicts human states such as anger – laughter – discomfort – which is why this bridge is called the Bridge of Alas.
The main waterfront of the Venice is called Grand Canal, which uses various vehicles such as boats and gondolas (a kind of special boat) to visit large sections of Venice. The blue corridor is 3 meters long.
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