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Photos marked as were added from 18 March 2019.


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Province
State
Place
Location
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Italy
Cremona
 Decorated doorway.
Italy
Cremona
 Newspaper stand.
Italy
Cremona
 Stanga Palace.
Italy
Cremona
 The town centre.
Italy
Cremona
 The house where Antonio Stradavari lived between 1667 and 1680.
Italy
Cremona
 House with violin decoration.
Italy
Cremona
 Cittanova Palace dates from 1265 was once used as a seat of government.
Italy
Cremona
 Water pump.
Italy
Cremona
Trecchi Palace
 Trecchi Palace was built in 1496.
Italy
Cremona
Trecchi Palace
 The palace was the home of the dukes of Milan.
Italy
Cremona
Trecchi Palace
 The entrance to the palace.
Italy
Cremona
Trecchi Palace
 The courtyard.
Italy
Cremona
 Elegant houses.
Italy
Cremona
 Shopping district.
Italy
Cremona
Piazza Stradavari
 Piazza Stradavari is the centre of town.
Italy
Cremona
Piazza Stradavari
 A Sunday market.
Italy
Cremona
Piazza Stradavari
 Market stall.
Italy
Cremona
Piazza Stradavari
 Painting stall.
Italy
Cremona
Piazza Stradavari
 Statue of Antonio Stradavari, who was born in Cremona.
Italy
Cremona
Piazza Stradavari
 Detail of the statue of Antonio Stradavari.
Italy
Cremona
Piazza Stradavari
 Street sign.
Italy
Cremona
Piazza del Comune
 The Piazza del Comune.
Italy
Cremona
Piazza del Comune
Cathedral
 The Cathedral dates from 1190.
Italy
Cremona
Piazza del Comune
Cathedral
 The decorated facade.
Italy
Cremona
Piazza del Comune
Cathedral
 The tower is 112m high and dates from 1305.
Italy
Cremona
Piazza del Comune
Cathedral
 The tower features an astronomical clock.
Italy
Cremona
Piazza del Comune
Cathedral
 The octagonal Baptistry was built in 1167.
Italy
Cremona
Piazza del Comune
Cathedral
 The rear of the Cathedral.
Italy
Cremona
Piazza del Comune
Cathedral
 The baptistry and cathedral complex.
Italy
Cremona
Piazza del Comune
 Street by the Town Hall.
Italy
Cremona
Piazza del Comune
 Market behind the Town Hall.
Italy
Cremona
Piazza del Comune
 Wooden puppet.
Italy
Cremona
Piazza del Comune
 Dolls.
Italy
Cremona
Piazza del Comune
 Brica brac.
Italy
Cremona
Piazza del Comune
 Metal objects.
Italy
Cremona
Piazza del Comune
 Piazza del Comune is one of the best preserved Medieval squares in Italy.
Italy
Cremona
Piazza del Comune
 Kiosk in front of the Town Hall.
Italy
Cremona
 The narrow streets of the old city.
Italy
Cremona
 Curved street.
Italy
Cremona
Violin Museum
 Statue outside the Violin Museum.
Italy
Cremona
 The commercial centre.
Italy
Busseto
 Busseto is small village in the province of Emilia Romagna.
Italy
Busseto
 Small chapel.
Italy
Busseto
 Government building.
Italy
Busseto
 Pastel coloured buildings.
Italy
Busseto
 Busseto is famous as the residence of composer, Giuseppe Verde.
Italy
Busseto
 Narrow street.
Italy
Busseto
 Street cafe.
Italy
Busseto
 Covered pavement.
Italy
Busseto
 Sweets on sale with music notated box.
Italy
Busseto
 Balsamic vinegar.
Italy
Busseto
Piazza Verdi
 Cars in Piazza Verdi, the town centre.
Italy
Busseto
Piazza Verdi
 Statue of Verdi.
Italy
Busseto
Piazza Verdi
 Rocca Pallavicino was built as a fortress.
Italy
Busseto
Piazza Verdi
 Rocca Pallavicino dates from the 13th century and is now the town hall.
Italy
Busseto
Piazza Verdi
 The Northern end of the fortress contains the Teatro Verdi.
Italy
Busseto
Piazza Verdi
 Elegant car in the square.
Italy
Busseto
Piazza Verdi
 Building with wall sundial.
Italy
Busseto
 Street scene in the centre.
Italy
Busseto
Casa Barezzi
 Casa Barezzi.
Italy
Busseto
Casa Barezzi
 Casa Barezzi is the house of Antonio Barezzi, Verdi's patron and father-in-law.
Italy
Busseto
Casa Barezzi
 The interior.
Italy
Busseto
Casa Barezzi
 The courtyard.
Italy
Busseto
 Street scene in the centre.
Italy
Busseto
 The church of Santa Maria Degli Angeli behind a high wall.
Italy
Busseto
 Watchtower.
Italy
Busseto
Verdi Museum
 Villa Pallavicino is at the edge of the village.
Italy
Busseto
Verdi Museum
 Villa Pallavicino is surrounded by a moat.
Italy
Busseto
Verdi Museum
 Villa Pallavicino dates from the 16th century.
Italy
Parma
 Parma is a small town in Emilia Romagna.
Italy
Parma
 Parma is famous for its hams, on sale in many delicatessens.
Italy
Parma
 Parmasan cheese, ham and salami.
Italy
Parma
 Santa Teresa Church.
Italy
Parma
 Shops in the city centre.
Italy
Parma
 Cake shop.
Italy
Parma
 Shops and appartments.
Italy
Parma
 The Regio Theatre.
Italy
Parma
 Narrow street in the old city.
Italy
Parma
 Poster for the annual Verdi festival.
Italy
Parma
 Pedestrian area.
Italy
Parma
 Ice cream parlour.
Italy
Parma
 View of the Vescoville Seminary.
Italy
Parma
 The facade of the Vescoville Seminary.
Italy
Parma
 The Vescoville Seminary clock.
Italy
Parma
Piazza del Duomo
 The Piazza del Duomo is the centre of Parma.
Italy
Parma
Piazza del Duomo
 The Town Hall is on the western side of the square.
Italy
Parma
Piazza del Duomo
Cathedral
 Stone guardian.
Italy
Parma
Piazza del Duomo
Cathedral
 The interior.
Italy
Parma
Piazza del Duomo
Cathedral
 The organ.
Italy
Parma
Piazza del Duomo
Cathedral
 Frescos from the life of St Andrew.
Italy
Parma
Piazza del Duomo
Cathedral
 Every part of the interior is covered with paintings.
Italy
Parma
Piazza del Duomo
Cathedral
 Nuns praying.
Italy
Parma
Piazza del Duomo
Cathedral
 Chapel of the Fallen.
Italy
Parma
Piazza del Duomo
Cathedral
 The rear of the cathedral.
Italy
Parma
Piazza del Duomo
Baptistry
 The octagonal Baptistry is made from pink marble.
Italy
Parma
Piazza del Duomo
Baptistry
 The main entrance.
Italy
Parma
Piazza del Duomo
Baptistry
 Stone decoration by the main entrance.
Italy
Parma
Piazza del Duomo
Baptistry
 The spectacular interior.
Italy
Parma
Piazza del Duomo
Baptistry
 The central font.
Italy
Parma
Piazza del Duomo
Baptistry
 The interior statues were overseen by Antelami.

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