3. Isola di MuranoMurano San Michele in Isola is a Roman Catholic church, located on the Isola di San Michele, a small islet sited between Venice and Murano, which once sheltered a Camaldolese monastery , but now houses the main cemetery of the city. The monastery was mostly demolished in the 19th-century, but the church remains, originally rebuilt starting in 1469. The church is dedicated to Saint Michael , the holder of the scales on Judgement Day, a fit guardian of the sleep of the faithful dead. The island cemetery now includes the land of the formerly separate island of San Cristoforo. This church is sometimes referred to as San Michele di Murano, although this islet is separate from islands comprising that town. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
6. Passo GiauColle Santa Lucia The Giau Pass is a high mountain pass in the Dolomites in the province of Belluno in Italy. It connects Cortina d'Ampezzo with Colle Santa Lucia and Selva di Cadore. It is located at the center of a vast mountain pasture at the foot of Nuvolau and dell'Averau from which you can easily reach the Monte Pore . Impressive is the view west towards Colle Santa Lucia with the Pale di San Martino, Cime D'Auta, Marmolada, Piz Boe and Setsass, just to the east towards the valley of Cortina d'Ampezzo, with Tofane, Croda Rossa, Pomagagnon, Cristallo, Croda da Lago, etc. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
San Felice Circeo old town, with Dji Phantom and Go Pro Hd , by Isola di Eea BB
The old town of San Felice Circeo, have very old origins. Roman Triumvir Lepidus was exiled her after his fall in 36BC by his former colleague, and future Emperor, Octavian (Augustus, the first Emperor of Rome, that started the Imperial Era). Ruins of his house are still visible. The history of this town is tightly linked with Rome. After its fall in 476 AC, pirates and moorish invasions from the sea until the construction, in 16th century and thanks to Pope Pio VI, of four defense towers dislocated along the Promontory coastline. As a result, all enemy ships were not able to hide in the bays, and attacks to town became suddenly more difficult to accomplish. There are a lot of stories of pirates, kidnapped women, adventures, death and victories. And don't forget that Ulysses too, have been attracted by the charm of this Promontory.