妮妮吖头Saturnia natural hot spring is a place loved by God. The sulfur hot spring water flows down the stone in a stepped manner. The constant temperature is 37 degrees all year round. The focus is on the original ecology and free of charge.
_CF***37First of all, this city is free and no tickets are charged. I came here with a yearning for Hayao Miyazaki’s "City in the Sky". I saw a city in the sky standing in the valley from a distance. Italians love to chat. After chatting with local residents for a long time, they all know that there is This anime describes it and is proud of it. The city is not big, you can walk around in a while. There is a private garden inside for a fee. Of course, you will feel the sense of sight of the Sky City when you enter the garden. However, friends who are recommended to come back to pay attention, the Unicom here is not very convenient, it is recommended to figure out the shuttle time when you come, otherwise you will spend a few hours in boring waiting for the bus
XuefeiThere are still many scenic spots in the ancient city, but it’s a pity that we have rushed in time to take a closer look. The following is the reference content, I hope I have the opportunity (when the epidemic is completely over) I can go again:
▪️San Giovanni Baptistery
▪️Cathedral Opera Museum
AllsuccessThe most fascinating destination in Europe is Italy, a renaissance capital full of magical art, science, philosophy, art religion, modern fashion and music, especially in central Florence, Every time I think of Pavarotti and Andre Bocelli's concerts here. I'm really excited.
sculptorPiazza del Campo, the main public space in the historic center of Siena, Italy, is considered one of the most famous medieval squares in Europe, and is known worldwide for its beauty and architectural integrity. It was paved with red bricks of fishbone in 1349, with eight travertine lines that split the square into nine sections, radiating from the central drain to the entire square.
Marius17I visited Colosseum which is an oval amphitheatre in the centre of the city of Rome, Italy, just east of the Roman Forum. It is the largest ancient amphitheatre ever built, and is still the largest standing amphitheatre in the world today, despite its age. Construction began under the emperor Vespasian. I like the weight of history around it.