Rabarama Comes to Lucca

An unexpected treat when we visited Lucca in Tuscany was the sculptures scattered around the town. Celebrating the 500th anniversary of the building of Lucca's town walls, the sculptures are the creations of the celebrated contemporary Italian sculptor Rabarama. Her...

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Byzantine Mosaics of Ravenna

Ravenna in northern Italy played a crucial part in western civilisation during the 5th and 6th centuries, first as the capital of the Western Roman Empire (from 402 until the fall of the empire in 476) and then as a centre of the Ostrogoth empire under King Theodoric....

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Searching for Romeo in Verona

As everyone knows, Romeo and Juliet lived in Verona. Or did they? In fact, the evidence is slim, but this does not deter the Veronese, whose city is home to a thriving "Juliet industry".It was common for writers in 16th century England to set their tales in Italy, and...

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A Visit to Capri

We hadn't been planning to visit Capri, but there was a boat preparing to go, so we thought, why not? I'd only ever thought of the island as a vast rock rising up from the Bay of Naples but, I reasoned, there must be something of interest to have attracted so many...

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