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Via Fieschi - the main street of Corniglia in Ligurian Cinque Terre. 
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Via Fieschi - the main street of Corniglia in Ligurian Cinque Terre.
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Shop window in CornigliaShop window in Corniglia
On the beach :-) in Vernazza, Cinque Terre, Italy. 
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On the beach :-) in Vernazza, Cinque Terre, Italy.
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Cinque Terre: VernazzaCinque Terre: Vernazza
The church of Saint Lawrence (San Lorenzo) in Manarola, Cinque Terre, Italy. 
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The church of Saint Lawrence (San Lorenzo) in Manarola, Cinque Terre, Italy.

The church was built in 1338; the date is indicated on a stone in the façade. The inside has three barrel vault aisles. In the main altar there is a 14th century triptych depicting Madonna with Child, Saint Lawrence and Saint Catherine, and in the left nave you can see a second triptych (coming from the church in Volastra) with Saint Lawrence, Saint Dominic and Saint John the Baptist.
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Piazza San Michele in Lucca (Tuscany, Italy) with the white facade of the 11th-century church of San Michele in Foro. 
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Piazza San Michele in Lucca (Tuscany, Italy) with the white facade of the 11th-century church of San Michele in Foro.
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Piazza dell' Anfiteatro in Lucca (Tuscany, Italy). 
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Piazza dell' Anfiteatro in Lucca (Tuscany, Italy).

"Passages beneath the houses lead into this unusual enclosed oval space, which occupies the site of an amphitheatre built by the Romans in the 2C, The amphitheatre fell into ruin during the Barbarian invasions and provided a large part of the building materials used during the Middle Ages to reconstruct the town's churches, particularly the marble used for the façades. It was not until 1830 that this space was laid out with the medieval quarter." (Michelin Green Guide Tuscany, 2010).
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A receipt from a pizzeria in Lucca
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