Byzantine Empire

on March 12th, 2014 by - Comments Off on Byzantine Empire

There are numerous bridges sail over your head while walking on a boat or vaporetto, a graceful gondola. Florence – city of flowers and the best works of the Renaissance. Here were born and created by Leonardo da Vinci Dante, Machiavelli and Michelangelo, is in the Uffizi Gallery is the oldest of the great masters. On the area of Senior, decorated with statues, you can learn about major historical events in the life of the city. Legendary eternal city of Rome will reveal the grandeur of its scenery and charm of the cathedrals. Here you can spend hours wandering the narrow streets, enjoying the beautiful views and listening to the ringing of church bells. Whatever you say, and saying "All roads lead to Rome "is probably correct.

After all miss such a miracle, traveling to Italy, did not! A day in Tuscany will give you a lot of impressions from visiting the beautiful Chianti region – the home of a well-known around the world grape wine. You can visit the cozy villages and small towns, including built on three hills, Siena. This city still has retained its medieval appearance, and therefore of particular interest history buffs and monuments architecture. If this is not your first trip to Italy and you've already seen all these cities, you might be interested in a completely different route. Ancient Ravenna, the western capital of the Byzantine Empire, where he loved to visit Byron is buried and where Dante, no doubt like you. Churches and cathedrals, statues and mosaics, beautiful scenery and cozy cafes will remain one of the best memories from the trip.

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