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1.Rome
Rome - is the capital of Italy and the Italian region of Lazio. Rome is known for its museums and attractions, and has become a popular tourist destination and UNESCO site. Important buildings: Trevi Fountain, Castel Sant'Angelo, Spanish Steps, Piazza Navona, the column of Marcus Aurelius, the Trajan's Column, the Colosseum, the Temple of Antony and Faustina (141 AD), the Julius Caesar Temple (29 BC. ), The Temple of Venus and Rome (135 CE), the Circus Maximus, the Termas of Caracalla (212-216 AD), the pantheon.
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2.Milan
Milan - a city in northern Italy. Cultural sites: Opera House La Scala, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, Ospedale Maggiore, XV in, Castello Sforzesco, the Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan Cathedral (XIV - XIX centuries.), Basilica of San Lorenzo (IV c.), The Basilica of Sant Ambrogio (IV - XII century), Basilica of Saint Lawrence. The city has a wide variety of parks and gardens. In Milan there are also three major botanical gardens: the Orto Botanico Didattico Sperimentale di Milano University Garden, Orto Botanico di Brera and Botanical Garden Cascina Rosa. The city is the capital of the world of fashion and is home to most of the major brands of Italian fashion: Valentino, Gucci, Versace, Prada, Armani, Krizia and Dolce & Gabbana. The city is one of the most visited cities in the world.
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3.Venice
Venice is a city and municipality in the north-east of Italy, the capital of the Veneto region. Venice is known as a significant tourist center. According to a survey conducted by Forbes magazine among specialists in 2010, Venice was in twelve most beautiful cities in the world. The architectural appearance of the city was formed during the heyday of the Venetian Republic in the 14th-16th centuries. Together with the Venice lagoon it is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Worth visiting: St. Mark's Square, San Michele, Grand Canal, Collection of Pegu Guggenheim.
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4.Naples
Naples - is the largest and most prosperous city in Mezzogiorno d'Italia. In 1995, the old city of Naples is included in the UNESCO list. Attractions: Castel del Ovo, Castel Capuano, Maschio Angioino orfCastel Nuovo (new castle), Certosa di San Martino, Museo Nazionale di Capodimonte, Palazzo Reale (Royal Palace), Museo Nazionale Archaeologo (National Archaeological Museum), Theater San Carlo, Piazza Plebiscite, Porta Capuan, Parco Virgilian, Galleria Umberto, Spaccanapoli, Piazza Dante.
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5.Turin
Turin - is the capital of the administrative region of Piedmont and the cultural center of northern Italy. Turin is a cultural center with a university, polytechnic libraries, various academies, a conservatory, museums, galleries, theaters. In 1997, UNESCO decided to include in the World Heritage List the residences of the Savoy House in and around Turin, of which the most significant are the Palazzo Reale with the Sabauda Picture Gallery, the Palazzo Madama, the Palazzo Carignano, the Valentino Castle, the Racconigi Castle, the Stupiniji Castle. The Egyptian Museum of Turin is the first specialized museum in Europe dedicated to the ancient Egyptian civilization.
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6.Florence
Florence - a city in Italy, the capital of the Tuscany region and province of Florence. The city gave the world such giants as Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Dante and Galileo. According to the survey, who spent Forbes magazine among professionals in 2010 Florence got twelve most beautiful cities in the world. The city has more than 10 bridges and beautiful religious buildings. The city has several palaces: Palazzo Vecchio, Palazzo Pitti, Palazzo Medici-Riccardi, Palazzo Rucellai, Palazzo Strozzi, Palazzo Bargello. Cultural attractions: Uffizi Gallery with a collection of self-portraits by famous artists of the past, still lifes museum porcelain . Gardens Boboli Museum, National Archaeological Museum of Florence, San Marco National Museum, the Church of San Lorenzo, Stibbert. Museum of Musical Instruments, Contemporary Art Gallery, the Museum of Michelangelo.
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7.Verona
Verona - the city and commune in the north-east of Italy, in the Veneto region. Known as the scene of the tragedy "Romeo and Juliet", Verona heritage recognized by UNESCO because of its urban structure and architecture: the city is an example of a consistent and continuous development for over two millennia. Preserved Roman arena, theater, remains of the fortress (Porta Borsari, Porta Leone), the ancient bridge Ponte Pietra, the old bridge Old Castle Scaligero era. View of the old part of Verona, with its narrow, straight streets define the many medieval buildings: the Gothic castle Castelvecchio (1354-75), Romanesque church of San Zeno Maggiore (1120-38); bronze doors of the portal - (11-12 cc.).
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8.Genoa
Genoa is a city in the north of Italy. The Palazzi dei Rolli - palaces that once belonged to the leading surnames of the republic - were preserved in the city; in 2006 they were declared World Heritage sites and are protected by UNESCO. The palace of the Sardinian kings belongs to a later era, being designed in the Baroque style. The main city theater Carlo Felice (1828) completely burned out during the Second World War, but was subsequently restored. An interesting ethnographic collection is represented in the museum of cultures of the world. On the bottom of the bay of San Frutuozo near Genoa is a statue of Christ, known as Christ from the abyss. Near the city are the Aquarium of Genoa and the cemetery Staleno, buried in the greenery, glorified all over the world with its marble statues.
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9.Colosseum
Colosseum - the largest amphitheater of ancient Rome (Italy), a symbol of imperial power. It can accommodate about 50,000 spectators. The Coliseum has lost two thirds of its original mass. Under the arena, in the basement of the inner wall, placed cages for predators, but closer to the middle of the arena found, as mentioned above, a plurality of walls, pillars and arches that supported the arena or served for instant emergence from under it people, animals, vehicles and scenery. It is known only that the Colosseum was the factory kills in the empire.
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10.Tower of Pisa
Tower of Pisa - part of the ensemble of the city's cathedral Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta in Pisa (Italy). The tower is the bell tower of the cathedral and adjoins its northeast corner. The famous cathedral ensemble in Pisa is a masterpiece of medieval Italian architecture. The tower is known for being heavily inclined. The height of the tower is 56 meters, the diameter is 15 meters, the diameter of the foundation is 19.6 meters. At the top of the tower is a staircase in 294 steps, which is raised to the very top you can see the whole district. The world-famous scientist Galileo used the Leaning Tower for his experiments. From the last floor, he threw various objects to prove that the rate of fall does not depend on the weight of the falling body.
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