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Parque
“Pollino National Park (Italian: Parco Nazionale del Pollino) is a national park in southern Italy that straddles the regions of Basilicata and Calabria. It is Italy's largest national park, covering 1,925.65 square kilometers.[1][2] The park includes the Pollino and Orsomarso massifs, which are part of the southern Apennine Mountains. The park's highest point is Serra Dolcedorme, which is 2,267 meters high.[3] The park's symbol is the rare Bosnian pine tree. The common beech is the park's most prevalent tree. The park is also home to a variety of medicinal herbs.[4] The park is home of the oldest Europeen tree, a Heldreich's pine estimated 1,230 years old.”
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Castillo
“Castel del monte, the iconic octagonal castle reproduced on the 1cent €uro. You must pay a visit if spend one day in Andria. Is located about 20km away form Andria reachable by public local bus or taxi. ”
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Parque
“La residenza è sita all'interno del parco | The residence is inside the park”
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Sitio histórico
“Matera is a unique and fascinating town steeped in history. Thought to be one of the world’s oldest towns dating back as far as the Palaeolithic times, Matera is now a popular tourist spot boasting hundreds of ancient caves, rock churches, delicious local cuisine and typical shops. The most famous part of Matera is the Sassi district, now designated UNESCO World Heritage Site and the 2019 European Capital of Culture. Here you can see hundreds of troglodyte dwellings and churches dug out of the rock.The cave dwellings were lived in until the 1950’s and are the most extensive example of their kind in the Mediterranean. ”
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Place of Worship
“Padula Charterhouse, in Italian Certosa di Padula (or Certosa di San Lorenzo di Padula), is a large Carthusian monastery, or charterhouse, located in the town of Padula, in the Cilento National Park (near Salerno) in Southern Italy. It is a World Heritage site.”
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Otros lugares al aire libre
“E un'area molto caratteristica, con paesaggi indimenticabili in cui sono presenti molto grotte con tracce di insediamenti che partono dal neolitico fino al tardo Novecento It is a very characteristic area, with unforgettable landscapes in which there are many caves with traces of settlements that start from the Neolithic to the late twentieth century”
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History Museum
“"the Angel Grotto" very beautiful, an amazing place on the mountains, one hour by car, you can organize excursion with me by car there, on demand.”
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Parque
“Bellissima foresta perfetta per passeggiate, escursioni, percorsi ciclistici in mountain bike, picnic all'aria aperta con aree attrezzate - Beautiful forest perfect for walking, hiking, mountain biking, outdoor picnic with equipped areas”
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Museum
“Un museo di arte contemporanea allestito in una location mozzafiato. L'antico ed il moderno si incontrano. ”
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Iglesia
“La Cattedrale sorge sul promontorio che divide il Sasso Barisano (che guarda ad Est, verso Bari appunto) dal Sasso Caveoso (che guarda a Sud, verso Montescaglioso, l’antica Mons Caveousus); è attualmente chiusa per restauro, ma dal suo piazzale si può godere di un bell’affaccio sul Barisano, e inoltrarsi per uno dei molti bellissimi accessi e scalinate mozzafiato che scendono nei Sassi. Altri affacci panoramici dalla città sono in Piazza Pascoli (sul Caveoso) e dalle arcate di Piazza Vittorio Veneto (ancora sul Barisano).”
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Bar
“Nice bar for drinks and aperitivo at the end of Via Ridola. Quite crowded at night during the weekends, young atmosphere, beautiful vintage pieces of interiors.”
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Castillo
“Il Castello svevo di Bari è un’imponente fortezza risalente al XIII secolo, oggi adibito a sede museale. Ubicato ai margini del centro storico, nei pressi dell’area portuale e della Cattedrale, con la sua mole rappresenta uno dei più importanti e noti monumenti della città. Storicamente attribuito al re normanno Ruggero II, il Castello sorge nel 1131 su preesistenti strutture abitative bizantine e, dopo il duro intervento di Guglielmo I il Malo, viene recuperato da Federico II di Svevia tra il 1233 e il 1240. ”
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Sitio histórico
“Matera is a city and a province in the region of Basilicata. The town lies in a small canyon carved out by the Gravina (small stream and ravine). Coordinates: 40° 40'N 16°36'E. The place to visit is the historical centre called 'Sassi' considered a World Heritage Site by UNESCO since 1993, along with the Park of the Rupestrian Churches. In October 2014 Matera was declared Italian host of European Capital of Culture for 2019. Until the 1980's the Sassi was considered an area of poverty, since its dwellings were, and in most cases still uninhabitable. Now due to tourism this area is now being regenerated. There are many restaurants, cafe bars and hotels. There are many beaches with Lido Bizzarro which is good for children. Torre Canne is a close beach and is safe. ”
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Establishment
“Stunning experience to see the Christ Statue from close and great experience at sunset with breathtaking panorama”
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Natural Feature
“The inexpensive trips offer the possibility to admire the splendid caves and bays. They take you around rocks and caves which you can explore on the boat or by swimming. ”
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Museum
“13 century octagonal castle belonging to Frederick 2nd (Freddy Two Shoes, to his friends). About 45 mins from us.”
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