5 towns in total(Monterosso、Vernazza、Corniglia、Manarola、Riomaggiore), all displaying colorful houses and centuries-old vineyards along the terraces, fishing boats in harbors and much seafood! Many specialties through the Liguria region’s most famous dish, pesto.
A twisting row of seaside villages on the Italian Riviera coast.
That sinister name made very few people dare to walk there, but those who did find some of the most beautiful secret lakes and waterfalls in the world! In 1949, Croatia baptized the forest as its first national park and, in 1979, UNESCO declared it a World Heritage site. The park’s fountain has nearly 770 square kilometers (74000 acres) and …Continue reading
Founded more than 2,500 years ago, Civita di Bagnoregio, in the province of Viterbo, central Italy, became a threatened city of extinction. During the 20th century, the local population was dwindling, and few residents remained, thus transforming it into a real ghost town. Despite the beautiful landscapes and medieval buildings, the location of the city proved a disaster. Earthquakes and …Continue reading
When you think of Holland, the first images that come up in your mind are the typical windmills, wooden clogs and many flowers, mostly tulips. But the Dutch photographer Albert Dross, specializing in landscapes, goes beyond. It captures spectacular natural sceneries that show both the Dutch architecture, the rivers, and flowers, but also images of the interior of the country, …Continue reading