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Photos marked as were added from 18 March 2019.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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Italy
Ravenna
 Via Roma.
Italy
Ravenna
 Vegetables.
Italy
Ravenna
 The Church of Santa Maria in Porto and the City Art Museum.
Italy
Ravenna
City Art Museum
 The City Art Museum is set in a former palace.
Italy
Rimini
Bellaria
 Igea Marina at Bellaria.
Italy
Rimini
 Rimini is an ancient port city.
Italy
Rimini
 Much of Roman city walls remain around the old city.
Italy
Rimini
Piazza Cavour
 Fountain in Piazza Cavour, the traditional centre of the old city.
Italy
Rimini
Piazza Cavour
 The entrance to the old fish market.
Italy
Rimini
 Narrow street in the old city.
Italy
Rimini
Bridge of Tiberius
 The bridge is still in use.
Italy
Rimini
Bridge of Tiberius
 The bridge is the beginning of the Via Emilia, a straight road to Milan.
Italy
Rimini
Bridge of Tiberius
 The Western side of the bridge leads to the village of Borgo San Giuliano.
Italy
Rimini
Borgo San Giuliano
 Borgo San Giuliano is a former fishing village.
Italy
Rimini
Borgo San Giuliano
 Curved street.
Italy
Rimini
Borgo San Giuliano
 View of the village from the canal.
Italy
Rimini
 Balconies in the old city.
Italy
Rimini
 Piazza Ferrari.
Italy
Rimini
 The unusual facade of the Suffragio Church.
Italy
Rimini
 The Kontatto Building .
Italy
Rimini
 View of the independent republic of San Marino from outside of Rimini.
Italy
Bologna
 The old city of Bologna is mainly cobbled streets flanked by elegant buildings.
Italy
Bologna
 Porta Galleria is the Northern gate to the old city.
Italy
Bologna
 The main road to the city centre from the railway station.
Italy
Bologna
 Classical fronted building.
Italy
Bologna
 The city is famous for its covered walkways.
Italy
Bologna
 Scooter park.
Italy
Bologna
 Side street with balconies.
Italy
Bologna
 Stone balconies.
Italy
Bologna
 Shopping street.
Italy
Bologna
 Pizzeria and restaurant.
Italy
Bologna
 Tagliatelli with a Ragu sauce (also known as a Bologaise).
Italy
Bologna
 Seafood salad.
Italy
Bologna
Metropolitana de San Pedro
 The belltower.
Italy
Bologna
Metropolitana de San Pedro
 The interior.
Italy
Bologna
 Shoe shop.
Italy
Bologna
 Bag shop.
Italy
Bologna
 Designer cake.
Italy
Bologna
Palazzo Comunale
 The Palazzo Comunale is the home of the city government.
Italy
Bologna
Palazzo Comunale
 The outer wall displays photographs of people.
Italy
Bologna
Palazzo Comunale
 The clocktower.
Italy
Bologna
Palazzo Comunale
 The main entrance.
Italy
Bologna
Palazzo Comunale
 The courtyard.
Italy
Bologna
Palazzo Comunale
 Corridor on the upper floor.
Italy
Bologna
Palazzo Comunale
 Government office.
Italy
Bologna
Palazzo Comunale
 View over Piazza Maggiore looking North.
Italy
Bologna
Palazzo Comunale
 View of the Palazzo Re Enzo.
Italy
Bologna
Palazzo Comunale
 View over Piazza Maggiore looking West.
Italy
Bologna
Palazzo Comunale
 View of the Petronius Basilica.
Italy
Bologna
Palazzo de Podesta
 Palazzo de Podesta is on the North side of Piazza Maggioire.
Italy
Bologna
Palazzo de Podesta
 Decorated windows.
Italy
Bologna
Palazzo de Podesta
 Covered passage.
Italy
Bologna
Palazzo Re Enzo
 The Palazzo Re Enzo is one of three palaces on Piazza Maggiore.
Italy
Bologna
Palazzo Re Enzo
 Archway leading to Piazza Maggiore.
Italy
Bologna
Palazzo Re Enzo
 View of the palace from Piazza Maggioire.
Italy
Bologna
Palazzo Re Enzo
 The palace is dominated by a square tower.
Italy
Bologna
Palazzo Re Enzo
 Whispering galleries where people can communicate by talking quietly while facing an alcove.
Italy
Bologna
Palazzo Re Enzo
 Whispering gallery alcove.
Italy
Bologna
 Shops in Piazza Maggiore.
Italy
Bologna
Basilica of San Petronius
 In 1561 Pope Pius IV blocked the basilica from becoming larger than St Peter's in Rome.
Italy
Bologna
Basilica of San Petronius
 Carvings above the entrance.
Italy
Bologna
Basilica of San Petronius
 View along the basilica's 132m length.
Italy
Bologna
Basilica of San Petronius
 The cavernous interior.
Italy
Bologna
 Facing the Quadrilatero district in Piazza Maggiore.
Italy
Bologna
 The entrance to the Quadrilatero district.
Italy
Bologna
Quadrilatero
 The Quadrilatero district is a market area of delicatessens and eating places.
Italy
Bologna
Quadrilatero
 Hand made pasta.
Italy
Bologna
Quadrilatero
 Tortelloni.
Italy
Bologna
Quadrilatero
 Hams.
Italy
Bologna
Quadrilatero
 Salami.
Italy
Bologna
Quadrilatero
 The narrow streets of Quadrilatero.
Italy
Bologna
Quadrilatero
 Parmasan cheese.
Italy
Bologna
Quadrilatero
 Fruit and vegetable stall.
Italy
Bologna
Quadrilatero
 Tomatoes.
Italy
Bologna
Quadrilatero
 Grapes.
Italy
Bologna
Quadrilatero
 Fish and seafood stall.
Italy
Bologna
Quadrilatero
 Red mullet.
Italy
Bologna
Quadrilatero
 Squid.
Italy
Bologna
Quadrilatero
 Seafood.
Italy
Bologna
Quadrilatero
 A pile of Chillis.
Italy
Bologna
Quadrilatero
 Vegetables.
Italy
Bologna
Quadrilatero
 Inside a delicatessen.
Italy
Bologna
Quadrilatero
 One of the city's famous food shops.
Italy
Bologna
Quadrilatero
 A delicatessen.
Italy
Bologna
Quadrilatero
 Blocks of parmasan cheese.
Italy
Bologna
Quadrilatero
 Cured meats.
Italy
Bologna
Quadrilatero
 Inky squid.
Italy
Bologna
Quadrilatero
 Wine shop.
Italy
Bologna
Quadrilatero
 Tortellini.
Italy
Bologna
Quadrilatero
 Tagliatelle.
Italy
Bologna
Quadrilatero
 Passatelli.
Italy
Bologna
Quadrilatero
 Meat ravioli.
Italy
Bologna
Quadrilatero
 Snacks.
Italy
Bologna
Quadrilatero
 Large cakes.
Italy
Bologna
Quadrilatero
 Small cakes.
Italy
Bologna
Quadrilatero
 Deserts.
Italy
Bologna
Quadrilatero
 Street cafe.
Italy
Bologna
Palace of Archiginnasio
 The entrance hall of the Palace of Archiginnasio.
Italy
Bologna
Palace of Archiginnasio
 The ceilings are painted.
Italy
Bologna
Palace of Archiginnasio
 The courtyard is decorated with carved plaques.

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