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FUNNY THINGS YOU PROBABLY DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT FLORENCE

Florence, Italy, is a city known for its rich history, stunning art, and beautiful architecture. However, like any place, it also has its quirks and funny aspects. Here are some funny things about Florence: Cafes and Gelato Shops Everywhere: It seems like there’s a cafe or gelato shop on every corner in Florence. You can’t […]

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ESSENTIAL VOCABULARY IF YOU TRAVEL TO ITALY 🤌🏻

Italian gesticulation, or the use of hand gestures while speaking, is a cultural phenomenon deeply ingrained in Italian communication. It’s an integral part of how Italians express themselves and convey meaning beyond words. Italian gesticulation adds a unique and vibrant dimension to communication, making conversations memorable and engaging! Certainly! If you’re traveling to Italy, having

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Travelling: The major rules when moving through Italy

Italy’s transport is quite an issue which leaves often people with mixed feelings, especially tourists. The whole system of Italian infrastructures like train, highways, metros and buses reflects perfectly the huge diversity someone can encounter according to the place where they are visiting or living. Some trains are the best and most efficient you could

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Gucci Garden

It comes with no surprise that the huge luxury conglomerates have been spending the last year under the hypnotic power of rebranding and reedition of any single concept or activity as long as this was carrying a name, or more appropriately, a logo. During the realm of Alessandro Di Michele at Gucci, a very few

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Pantheon Rome

I firmly believe that if there is something on Earth still so grand and breathtaking, regardless how many times you stare at it, this is the Pantheon, (All Gods place in greek) one of the most incredible and monumental gift from the ancient Rome. The building completed 128 A.D under Emperor Hadrian, and still today

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