Tag Archives: Italy

Sci-fi Room in Malpensa Airport

When I was in the Malpensa Airport for Milan, I passed through this room. It’s hard to see how big the space is in the picture, but it’s very wide, kind of like a giant box of open space. The … Continue reading

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Ancient Roman Historical Reenactment, with Whip and Hand to Hand

In Rome, historical reenactments are sometimes carried out in the Circus Maximus. There’s tons of videos available for this. Here’s one I liked: To throw in a tidbit of historical information, thumbs up did not mean the defeated warrior was … Continue reading

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Florence, City of the Renaissance

I don’t even have to mention that the history of this city is massively interesting. It’s housed big names like Michelangelo, Dante, Botticelli, Da Vinci, Machiavelli. Many of them at the same time, some of them working under the famous … Continue reading

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Venice

I tend to think of Venice as a city of atmosphere. Yes, there are interesting sites, but when I go to Venice, I never seem to focus most of my time on them. Instead, it’s the walking around and finding … Continue reading

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Verona

A lot of people know Verona as the setting of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, and indeed, Juliet’s house is situated in the city (despite the small detail that she didn’t exist.) There are also an assortment of souvenirs available related … Continue reading

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Milan

Milan is one of the cities that I went to on my trip to Italy over the past week. The other cities that I dropped by were Verona, Venice, and Florence. I’d been to only Venice and Florence before, and … Continue reading

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