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20+ Best Things To Do In Italy, Europe

A country that has a big hand in the contribution of art to the world let it be architecture, fashion, opera, literature, design, and film. Everyone in the world would love to binge over Italian food.
The ARK Infrastructure Apr 11, 2021
The Colosseum, Rome

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The Colosseum
The Colosseum is the oval shaped amphitheater located at the center of the city of Rome. It is also known as Flavian Amphitheater.
Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, Florence.

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Florence's cathedral
Florence's cathedral, simply known as the 'Duomo' is a Gothic structure. The cathedral is here since the ancient days and its magnificent Renaissance dome is the largest brick dome.

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The best preserved Roman building is the Pantheon, former Roman temple and now a Church. The Pantheon has a tremendous influence on the western architecture.
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The Pantheon

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Trevi Fountain
Trevi Fountain is one of the most famous places to visit in Rome. The gigantic statue and  fountain is an magnificent art work.
Night View of  Trevi Fountain
Uffizi Gallery, Florence
Uffizi is a magnificent art museum. The exhibits in the museum take us on a tour to different cultural periods of Florence. The museum hold a priceless collection particularly from the period of the Italian Renaissance.

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The Leaning Tower of Pisa
The Tower of Pisa is nothing but freestanding bell tower, of the cathedral of Pisa. The structure is tilted for about 5.5 degrees due to the soft ground.
Cinque Terre
Cinque Terre is Italy's famous  seaside villages. The Cinque Terre was listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are various terraces built on the steep landscape that over looks the sea
Roman Forum was originally the market place of the ancient city, and is surrounded by the ruins of several important ancient government buildings. The place is big and the original architecture is still intact.
Roman Forum

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Saint Mark's Basilica is a grand cathedral church. It is multi-domed church with mosaic work on the exterior is a great example of Italo-Byzantine architecture.
Saint Mark's Basilica

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Dumoo di Milano
Duomo di Milano (Milan Cathedral) is dedicated to Santa Maria Nascente. This is third largest church in Italy and fifth largest church int he world. It took almost 600 years for completion.
Piazza del Popolo
The Urban Square is said to be door to Rome. An Egyptian obelisk is the center piece ofthe square, with two Basilicas on one side
St Mark's Square, Venice
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St Mark's Square known as La Piazza or Church of Gold is a public square of the city, with about 12 major tourist attraction.

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A Venetian Gothic style, Doge's Palace is now a must visit museum in the heart of the city. The palace is full of embellish ceilings and paneled room, was a home to Doge (Ruler) of Venice.
Doge's Palace, Venice
Spanish Steps
Spanish Steps are the most visited and popular place of Rome. You can get mesmerizing view of the city after reaching at the top of the stairway.
Rialto Bridge, Venice
Rialto Bridge was built to get access to the market that shifted in the Rialto district, and became achievement of Renaissance's architectural.

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Ponte Vecchio
The Ponte Vecchio stone arch bridge was built over Arno river for defense purpose. Today a charming and iconic site of Florence is known for jewelers, art sellers and antique boutiques.

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Grand Canal, Venice
Grand Canal is most famous canal in the world as there stands old palaces on both the sides of the canal, making it one of the best things to see in Venice.

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Palazzo Vecchio, Florence
Palazzo Vecchio is the most important administrative building.
Palazzo Vecchio is the most important administrative building. There are series of coast of arms in the front which depict important people of history and their families.
Mount Vesuvius
Versuvius is an active volcano but It has not erupted since 1944, making it a great hiking trail. You can walk right up to the edge of the volcano.
Castel Sant'Angelo or Hadrianeum or Sepulcrum Antoninorum
It was built as a mausoleum for Emperor Hadrian. This structure was used for many purposes like  fortress, a papal residence, a prison and now a museum.
Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, Milan
Milan being the fashion capital, people often think of buying something fashionable here. Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is the oldest active shopping mall in Milan.