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San Biagio: Renaissance Jewel in Montepulciano, Tuscany

San Biagio Montepulciano

The church of San Biagio in Montepulciano, Tuscany, is considered one of prime examples of Renaissance architecture.

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Paris Through the Eyes of a Roman [Video]

I love Paris. But, Rome will forever be the Caput Mundi. La Città Eterna. La Città Più Bella del Mondo. This video, from the guys from the Ritals web series, does a humorous job of breaking down what makes Rome great even in the face of Paris’s beauty and comparative orderliness.

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Palazzo Colonna: A Hidden Palace in the Heart of Rome

The Palazzo Colonna is a luxurious house museum, noble residence, and oasis tucked into one of the busiest areas of central Rome.

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The Milano Duomo, Inside and Out

Taking a break near the Milano Duomo

Milan's famed Duomo, also known as Santa Maria Nascente (Saint Mary of the Nativity), is that jagged, Gothic behemoth that defines the city's traditional skyline. The Duomo is also the second largest church in Italy.

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Ancient Rome Rebuilt and Reborn

Rome Reborn, a digital model of the Rome within the Aurelian Walls, is one of the most comprehensive representations of the ancient city ever assembled.

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