Venice And His Beautiful Lagoon - Journey In Italy - Travel & Discover

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Venice, Island Treasure - Documentary

Canals, gondolas and sumptuous palaces... the legendary clichés will always be there when you set out to explore Venice. But behind the splendour of a unique artistic and cultural heritage there lies hidden a real city, with its inhabitants and lifestyle organized to meet the site’s geographical limitations. In going out to meet real Venetians while unveiling the incredible riches of the “La Serenissima”, Pierre Brouwers has produced an exceptional documentary film to help you discover a host of unsuspected treasures. Collection creator and director: Pierre BROUWERS Production: Media 9

In viaggio con Sara: Venezia | ALMA Edizioni

Venezia è la città dove l’arte è di casa, in tutti i sensi. Quando poi è il periodo della Biennale, questo connubio è ancora più evidente e vivo. Su trovi le attività didattiche gratuite! è una web tv a carattere tematico dedicata alla lingua e alla cultura italiana che si rivolge a tutti quelli che, nel mondo, per ragioni professionali o anche solo per semplice passione, si interessano alla lingua e alla cultura del nostro Paese: - insegnanti di lingua italiana per stranieri - studenti stranieri che imparano l’italiano - appassionati di lingua e cultura italiana Sei uno di loro? Allora seguici sui social! facebook: twitter: pinterest:

Top travel guide to Venice on a budget - How to Holiday Better - BBC One

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Driving Through Alps From Vipiteno / Sterzing Italy To Sindelsdorf Germany

PATREON To Help Create More Videos Driving Through Alps From Vipiteno Italy To Sindelsdorf Germany Sterzing (German pronunciation: [ˈʃtɛrtsɪŋ]; Italian: Vipiteno [vipiˈtɛːno]) is a comune in South Tyrol in northern Italy. It is the main village of the southern Wipptal, and the Eisack River flows through the medieval town. The town traces its roots to 14 B.C., when Nero Claudius Drusus founded a military camp called "Vipitenum" along the road between what are now Italy and Germany. Ancient ruins found nearby include a sepulchral monument dedicated to Postumia Vittorina, a milestone of the Imperator Septimius Severus period and a stone altar dedicated to Lord Mithras. In 550, following an invasion of Bavarii, the town of Sterzing take place, the first mention of a town called Wibitina dates back to the years between 985 and 990. That name, which is still memorized in Wipptal, is traced back to the nearby Celto-Roman settlement *Vibidina. In 1180, the name Sterzengum appears in a document. In 1280, Duke Meinhard of Carinthia, promoted the village to the rank of city. As the region's proximity to the Brenner Pass made it a frequent trade route, the Fugger of Augsburg opened a branch to sort the products of the nearby silver mines in Ridnaun Valley and Pfleres Valley. Sterzing knew its magnificence in the 15th and 16th centuries after the 1443 fire which destroyed part of the town. New embattled houses were built, some late gothic style, in Neustadt (New Town) as: Town and Regional Trial House (1450), Hotel "Goldenes Kreuz" (1446), Fugger's Branch (1553), Rafenstein House (former Köchl, 1472), the Town Hall (1473), Geizkofler House (1600) and the Mining District House (1500) all still in use. In the course of the Italianization of South Tyrol, the modern Italian name of the town Vipiteno - created from the old Roman settlement of Vipitenum was made official. Throughout the late 1940s and early 1950s, a number of wanted Nazis stayed in Sterzing at the Hotel Goldenes Kreuz which still exists today. At different times, people like Erich Priebke, Adolf Eichmann, and Josef Mengele were in transit here as they waited for forged passports for their journey out of Europe and by ship to South America. More Info On Sterzing Here: More Alps Info Here: Google Map Here:,+Germany/Vipiteno+BZ,+Italy/@47.1822364,11.0595028,136377m/data=!3m1!1e3!4m13!4m12!1m5!1m1!1s0x479dbb08227f0621:0x41e48add78baec0!2m2!1d11.3327108!2d47.7245731!1m5!1m1!1s0x479d5340912b4fed:0xeccf91de29d6fcf9!2m2!1d11.4336186!2d46.8926725 Robert Myrick Photography GoPro Hero 3 Black Edition

The MOST INSTAGRAMMABLE SPOT in Venice, Italy | Exploring Burano

We went on a mission to check out what might be the best Instagram spot in Venice! 😃 SUBSCRIBE! 🔥 & Scroll down 👇 Burano is an island in the Venetian Lagoon, northern Italy; like Venice itself, it could more correctly be called an archipelago of four islands linked by bridges. It is situated near Torcello at the northern end of the Lagoon, and is known for its lace work and brightly coloured homes. The primary economy today is tourism as visitors arrive for sightseeing and to purchase lace goods. 🤙 Social Media: ◾Instagram: ◾Facebook: ◾Snapchat: wilkesryan 📹 For inquiries, please contact

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