An unconventional view of “torricini” of the Palazzo Ducale of Urbino; a masterpiece of Italian Renaissance building. The first noble palace, of the Montefeltro family, open to the city and not fortified.
The small village of Geroliménas is located on the peninsula of Mani, the central finger of the Peloponnese, Greece.
Its bay, which encloses a small harbor, has crystal clear waters and excellent fish.
Along the road 3 bis, on the top of a hill, the Cotogna Tower has been watching for a number of centuries the valley of the Foglia River, a border between the families Montefeltro of Urbino and Malatesta of Rimini, perpetually in battle between them.
This is the country of Sassocorvaro, in the Marche. In the undergrounds of its Ubaldinesque Fortress, during the Second World War, 10,000 masterpieces of Italian art by the greatest artists, were hidden and saved, including Giorgione’s “La Tempesta”
Kiparissòs is a village on the road leading to Cape Tenaro. A few houses overlooking a beautiful sea, tranquility and good food.
An ideal place for a restful holiday.
There are still many solitary oaks in the Montefeltro countryside. In this area of the northern Marche region, nature offers the best of it on many occasions, all seasons of the year.
This is Capo Tenaro’s water, at the very tip of the Mani peninsula, Peloponnese, Greece.
Along with Tarifa is the most southern point of continental Europe.
The landscape is sunny and arid, the climate is dry and hot; you can get there comfortably with your car.
Monte Titano emerges from the sea of fog covering the Romagna plain. This mountain is the highest part of the small Republic of San Marino, a small piece of territory, set between Romagna and the Marche. The photo was taken from the top of Mount San Giovanni, where in the clear days you can see a territory that goes from Ravenna to the Sibillini Mountains.