WTI Magazine #83    2016 September 16Author : italia.it      Translation by:   Naples is one of the largest and most captivating art cities on the Mediterranean Sea. Capital of the Region of Campania, it is the third-largest commune in Italy after Rome and Milan. The city dominates the Gulf of Naples, expanding from the Sorrentine Peninsula to...

  WTI Magazine #62    2015 June, 12Author : italia.it      Translation by:   Situated in southeastern Sicily, Val di Noto (the Noto Valley) – with its eight gorgeous late-Baroque cities – became one of the Italian UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 2002. The eight cities are: Caltagirone, Militello Val di Catania, Catania, Modica, Noto, Palazzolo, R...

  WTI Magazine #11    2014 Jan, 3Author : italia.it      Translation by:   Naples is one of the largest and most captivating art cities on the Mediterranean Sea. Capital of the Region of Campania, it is the third-largest commune in Italy after Rome and Milan. The city dominates the Gulf of Naples, expanding fro...

  WTI Magazine #57    2015 April, 3Author : Italia.it      Translation by:   A treasure chest of history and beauty in Friuli Venezia Giulia, it lies in the Province of Udine. Traces of the magnificent Roman Empire rest here in Aquileia - a bulwark against the Barbarian Invasions, launching point for expeditions and military conquests, and large...

  WTI Magazine #33    2014 June, 4Author : italia.it      Translation by:   The Nuragic complex of Barumini rises in an area known as the Marmilla, located in south-central Sardinia (in the Province of Medio Campidano). The complex at Barumini is one of the 49 UNESCO World Heritage Sites that can be found in Italy.    

  WTI Magazine #68    2015 September, 18Author : italia.it      Translation by:   The "Road of Pilgrims" that runs to the Arcangelo Michele Grotto in San Giovanni Rotondo (Apulia) was created in the late 1800s. San Giovanni Rotondo is now famous all over the world as the native city of St. Pio (meaning Pius, and known in Italian as Padre Pio) of...