Beautiful Island of Capri

If you are planning to visit the beautiful island of Capri, near the city of Naples, in the region of Campania, you have come to the right place. It is one of the most popular islands for those visiting the archipelago of Campania. In fact, Capri,...

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The botanical garden of Padua

The botanical garden of Padua

The botanical garden of Padua, founded in 1545, is the oldest botanical garden in the world and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997. The botanical garden was born as a medicinal garden of the University of Padua, not only for the cultivation of medicinal plants, but also to facilitate the learning and recognition of plants by students. Medicinal plants constituted the majority of the "simple" medicines from nature. For this reason...

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50 x World Heritage Sites & 5 x World Natural Heritage Sites

UNESCO World Heritage in Italy includes some 55 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, of which 50 are World Cultural Heritage Sites and five are World Natural Heritage Sites.

Five of these UNESCO World Heritage Sites are transboundary or transnational. The first World Heritage Site to be inscribed on the World Heritage List Italy was the rock paintings in Valcamonica in 1979, followed by the historic centre of Rome, the church of Santa Maria della Grazia in Milan with the world-famous painting “The Last Supper”, the historic centre of Florence, the city of Venice with its lagoon, the historic centres of Naples, Turin and Palermo, the mountains of the Dolomites and many other special sights. The Prosecco hills between Conegliano and Valdobbiadene were inscribed in 2019 as the last World Heritage Site to date.

 

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The botanical garden of Padua

The botanical garden of Padua

The botanical garden of Padua, founded in 1545, is the oldest botanical garden in the world and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997. The botanical garden was born as a medicinal garden of the University of Padua, not only for the cultivation of medicinal plants, but also to facilitate the learning and recognition of plants by students. Medicinal plants constituted the majority of the "simple" medicines from nature. For this reason the original name of the garden was "Giardino dei Semplici". Due to the rarity of the plants contained and the high price of the medicines that were obtained from them, the Garden was the object of frequent night thefts, despite the severe penalties imposed by law. For this reason a circular...

The botanical garden of Padua

The botanical garden of Padua

The botanical garden of Padua, founded in 1545, is the oldest botanical garden in the world and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997. The botanical garden was born as a medicinal garden of the University of Padua, not only for the cultivation of medicinal plants, but also to facilitate the learning and recognition of plants by students. Medicinal plants constituted the majority of the "simple" medicines from nature. For this reason the original name of the garden was "Giardino dei Semplici". Due to the rarity of the plants contained and the high price of the medicines that were obtained from them, the Garden was the object of frequent night thefts, despite the severe penalties imposed by law. For this reason a circular...

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Carnival, Easter and Christmas in Italy

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La Befana

The Italian Christmas Witch

At Christmas time in Italy, children are often given presents. It starts with St. Nicholas on 5 and 6 December, on Christmas Day, 25 December, Babbo Natale (Father Christmas) or the Bambino Gesù (Baby Jesus) brings the presents and on 6 January the Befana comes and presents the children with sweets, presents and sweet coal in memory of the three holy kings.

 

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