San Pietro in Spoleto (Umbria) - this church from V-th century is outside the city. It was cathedral of Spoleto until half of XI-th century. Interior was remodelled at the end of XVII-th century and now main attraction is the faced from XII-th century which ilustrate biblical stories and medieval themes. 

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Spoleto. Mountain. Rooftops.

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Spoleto. Góra. Dachy.

Basilica di Santa Sabina & Giardino degli Aranci in Rome

Santa Sabina is a church from V-th century after Christ built on Aventine Hill. It is the oldest extant Roman basilica in Rome which preserved original plan and architectural style. It was built on the site of house of Sabina, who was beheaded when she converted to Christianity by her servant. In basilica are her relics.

From one side of church is placed an oranges’ garden from where you have view on Rome, especially on Trastevere and Gianicolo Hill.

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Moje zamiłowanie do Włoch się pogłębia. Szczególnie pod kątem krajoznawczo-historycznym. Nie znam wszystkich typów makaronów i nie pamiętam wszystkich rodzajów kawy. Za to uwielbiam wraz z moim chłopakiem podróżować i zwiedzać. Odkrywać nowe miejsca i ich historie. Te nowe nabytki mi w tym na pewno pomogą. :)

A będzie tego więcej…

spóźniona gwiazdka :)
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Civita di Bagnoregio (Lazio)

Bagnoregio is an etruscan city from VI-th century before Christ. It’s all made in tuff like many etruscan cities. Now to enter inside you have to pay 1,50 euro and all these money are for preservation this city. 

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streetalia:

500. Spoleto.

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500. Spoleto.

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(via italiacaramia)

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Casa Buonarroti in Florence

This is not house where lived Michelangelo Buonarroti but if I remember good it was house bought by him for his nephew. We were a little disappointed with my friend because we expected to see home of this great artist - they shoud write it clear on a ticket. Anyway, you can see there some of his original works (3 last pics).

Entrance to this museum is included in the ticket to Chiesa Santa Croce.