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Category Archives: Italy
Not too good, it seems: (Photographed at the Carnival Cemetery on La Maddalena, Sardinia.)
(Seen at Capo Milazzo in Sicily on 28 December 2013.)
But only for lawyers: (Spotted in Trani, Apulia, Italy.)
If only they didn’t have a bloody flood, each time I am in Venice!
Go to Venice soon! Because if the current trend will hold, the city will be decomposed rather soon. Looking at the costs and the corruption of large projects like the flood protection system MOSE, it might be better to let Venice … Continue reading
“No more hotel rooms available? No problem, I don’t mind staying at the hospital,” one might be tempted to say in Venice if one knows what the local hospital looks like. And this is only the rear entrance. Because to the … Continue reading