The World in a Shot

The most beautiful garden

On December 18th, 2018, posted in: The World in a Shot by 0 Comment

One of the most important gardens in Italy is undoubtedly that of Boboli which, besides being a magnificent Italian garden, is a veritable open-air museum. The area measures 45,000 square meters and combines Palazzo Pitti with Forte di Belvedere.

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Magic view!

On December 24th, 2014, posted in: The World in a Shot by 0 Comment

The view on the heart of Florence from Piazzale Michelangelo: Santa Croce, the Lungarni, the bridges of Florence including the Old Bridge. Also Duomo, Palazzo Vecchio, the Bargello the Medici Chapels. Unique view of Florence! Fantastic in every season!

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The Normale, University of Pisa

On March 4th, 2013, posted in: The World in a Shot by 0 Comment

The Scuola Normale di Pisa is one excellence in the world. The historic site is located in Piazza dei Cavalieri a short distance from Piazza dei Miracoli. An excellent student and thinkers who was born in Poppi in 1702 Tommaso Crudeli he frequented the University of Pisa and law studies. After completing his studies Crueli lived..

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Casentino: Photo Competition 2012

On August 22nd, 2012, posted in: The World in a Shot by 0 Comment

Casentino: Photo Competition 2012. The participation in the competition is free and is open to all photographers, experts and / or amateur, whatever their nationality. In order to participate must be filled the format downloaded in www.casentinopiu.it The photos must have as theme the Casentino: The landscape, the characters, the jobs, customs and traditions. Work Deadline: 30 September..

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Villa La Mausolea

On July 31st, 2011, posted in: The World in a Shot by 0 Comment

"Austerity, sober elegance and a bit of surprise… these are the memories ignited by this photo taken during my visiting the actual place: la Mausolea – Monaci di Camaldoli and it’s century-old cellar built in the 16th century. It’s vineyards still yield excellent wine, available for sale on the spot. The magnificence is of this..

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Toscane Photographies di O. Meriel

On May 18th, 2011, posted in: The World in a Shot by 0 Comment

Questa mostra personale raccoglie scatti stupefacenti realizzati in Toscana e richiamano sensazioni uniche. La fotografia di Olivier Mériel come il risultato della ricerca dell’attimo perfetto, dove la luce sugella il perfetto connubio tra il bianco e il nero nell’equilibrio della terra. Il suo sguardo paziente e tenace, sempre pronto a spiare le variazioni atmosferiche della luce, tenta di..

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Il lungarno Vespucci e Firenze

On May 14th, 2011, posted in: The World in a Shot by 0 Comment

"Il lungarno Vespucci mi è caro non solo per i ricordi di bambina che evoca, il Carnevale, la Rificolona e il pigia pigia per i "fochi di san Giovanni" ma per i suoi mille volti panoramici. Da qui si vedono il ponte alla Carraia, il ponte alle Grazie e il ponte più famoso del mondo...

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La Sette Ponti – Chianti

On April 20th, 2011, posted in: The World in a Shot by 0 Comment

 M. Betti: “E’ uno scatto che ricorda tante cose perché mi riporta molte sensazioni: ritrae il paesaggio della strada dei Sette Ponti (per i “sette ponti” che erano costruiti sul fiume Arno), ai piedi del Pratomagno, l'antica "Cassia Vetus". Luoghi dove sono nato e cresciuto…" 

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A Mid-Spring Sunday’s Dream

On March 24th, 2011, posted in: The World in a Shot by 0 Comment

Your vacation in Tuscany told in a snapshot! Send us your favorite photo by e-mail, the photo that better tells the tale of the period spent in our land. Add your comments, memories, funny anecdotes, romantic and lighthearted notes… We shall publish your photos and accompanying frame of words in this section.

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