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Italian Cooking schools and Coronavirus. Interested in experiencing some Italian food, wine & culture at home? I've created a list that I think you'll love. Click through to read our guide of chefs & food professionals who are sharing virtual food & wine events or experiences straight from Italy to your digital devices.
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Virtual Italian Food & Wine Experiences for Italy lovers. - Smitten Italy Travel Co.

Italian Cooking schools and Coronavirus. Interested in experiencing some Italian food, wine & culture at home? I've created a list that I think you'll love. Click through to read our guide of chefs & food professionals who are sharing virtual food & wine events or experiences straight from Italy to your digital devices.

Roma, where I shuttled for a year most weekends. Never tire of la bella citta'.
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It's official! I am going to Rome for a month to study art history this summer. This has been something I've been dreaming of since my first art history class. The chance to see incredible Renaissance paintings and architecture in real life... I cannot believe it! Will write more later!

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Revealing All Secrets of Trevi Fountain, Rome, (11 Great Pictures)

Discover the Trevi Fountain, Rome, Italy. All you ever wanted to know about the most famous fountain in the world: Trevi Fountain pictures, legends, traditions and more...

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Al fresco dining in Rome, our top 10 list - Casa Mia Tours

In spring-summer it’s hip to be square: snag a table at one of these 10 gorgeous Rome outdoor restaurants

Mercato Centrale Roma - Casa Mia Tours

Mercato Centrale Roma collects some of the best food vendors in Rome and situated them in one of the most architecturally stunning spaces in Termini.

St. Peter is a stunning square in Vatican City, world's smallest estate in the world. Many visitors and pilgrims come everyday to the spot which is the entrance hall to UNESCO's World Heritage monument, St Peter's Basilica. The square is surrounded by passages that symbolises the embrace of the Church to its visitors.

Breathtaking Aerial Photography

Our planet from air looks incredibly beautiful. Breathtaking sceneries, natural patterns and wonders created for thousands of years. If you have ever

Where to eat, drink / shop in Collina Fleming, Rome – www.italyfoodandwinetours.com
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Where to eat, drink and shop in Collina Fleming - Casa Mia Tours

Some of the city's best shops, restaurants and bars are in fact located in Collina Fleming. A few are well worth visiting.

Villa Borghese, Rome, Italy
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Explore DeeDee Schroeder's photos on Flickr. DeeDee Schroeder has uploaded 475 photos to Flickr.

Close up of Bernini's Fountain in the Piazza Navona in Rome #rome #fountain

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Close up of Bernini's Fountain in the Piazza Navona in Rome #rome #fountain

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Piazza Navona ♦ Rome, Italy | Flickr - Photo by Sergei Kosarev

Villa Borghese, Rome, Italy. LOVE this place - my favorite sculpture in the middle, Proserpina and Pluto ~ Bernini

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Writer Catherine Sabino takes us to several private palaces in Rome that once were the home of the city's noble families.
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Five Of The Best Secret Palaces In Rome

Writer Catherine Sabino takes us to several private palaces in Rome that once were the home of the city's noble families.

Sciascia Caffe – Rome

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by Rebecca Holland Clinking cups, the thwamp of the espresso tamp, and the deep, comforting smell of freshly ground coffee greet you as you step into Sciascia, one of Rome’s most classic caffès. The warm, varnished wood and bronze details are inviting, while the black and white photos hanging on the walls display a Rome of decades past. Old fashioned caramels and candies sit in jars in the windows, and antique lamps bathe the bar in a golden glow. Nestled on a side street in Prati and hidden…