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  • Yours truly, enjoying one of the most beautiful 360 views I have ever seen on top of Cima Paganella, Italy. Photo and edit credit to @alexmrdumpling thank you Alex! 🤗
  • Yours truly, enjoying one of the most beautiful 360 views I have ever seen on top of Cima Paganella, Italy. Photo and edit credit to @alexmrdumpling thank you Alex! 🤗
  • 1,339 48 14 January, 2020

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  • Windows of such scale was required coz it was the only source of light ☀️
  • Windows of such scale was required coz it was the only source of light ☀️
  • 6 1 16 January, 2020
  • Welcome to day 2 of travel tips! If you’ve ever wondered HOW to plan for a trip to a place you’ve never been to or WHERE to get travel inspiration, then you’ve come to the right place. I talk about my biggest mistakes when making an itinerary and how to avoid them! You know where the link is 😏💋
  • Welcome to day 2 of travel tips! If you’ve ever wondered HOW to plan for a trip to a place you’ve never been to or WHERE to get travel inspiration, then you’ve come to the right place. I talk about my biggest mistakes when making an itinerary and how to avoid them! You know where the link is 😏💋
  • 56 8 16 January, 2020
  • 小河轻流风轻送,
枯叶满地愁满怀。

Rome, Italy 🇮🇹
  • 小河轻流风轻送,
    枯叶满地愁满怀。

    Rome, Italy 🇮🇹
  • 31 4 15 January, 2020
  • It’s always a pleasure walk around the Colosseum
  • It’s always a pleasure walk around the Colosseum
  • 38 3 15 January, 2020
  • Turin is already a distant memory, sadly! 
Work has started again, routine has kicked in, but I want to remember Turin and its beauty with this stunning picture... the view from our hotel @principidipiemonte_torino at sunset!

I have just ordered a few prints actually, to remind me of the holiday. 
I love to have memories printed on paper, not just keep hidden on a USB key... it makes everything more special!

Is this something you do, too? I highly recommend it 🦋
  • Turin is already a distant memory, sadly!
    Work has started again, routine has kicked in, but I want to remember Turin and its beauty with this stunning picture... the view from our hotel @principidipiemonte_torino at sunset!

    I have just ordered a few prints actually, to remind me of the holiday.
    I love to have memories printed on paper, not just keep hidden on a USB key... it makes everything more special!

    Is this something you do, too? I highly recommend it 🦋
  • 96 5 10 January, 2020
  • El David es una escultura de mármol blanco de 5,17 metros de altura y 5.572 kilogramos de peso realizada por Miguel Ángel Buonarroti entre 1501 y 1504 por encargo de la Opera del Duomo de la catedral de Santa María del Fiore de Florencia. La escultura representa al rey David bíblico en el momento previo a enfrentarse con Goliat y fue acogida como un símbolo de la República de Florencia frente a la hegemonía de sus derrocados dirigentes, los Médici, y la amenaza de los estados adyacentes, especialmente los Estados Pontificios. El David es una de las obras maestras del Renacimiento según la mayoría de los historiadores y una de las esculturas más famosas del mundo. Actualmente se encuentra expuesta en la Galería de la Academia de Florencia.
¿Sabías que? Miguel Ángel acudía a la Basílica del Santo Spirito para que le dejaran estudiar los cadáveres y así aprender más de la anatomía y sus formas.
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The David is a white marble sculpture of 5,17 meters high and 5,572 kilograms of weight made by Michelangelo Buonarroti between 1501 and 1504 commissioned by the Opera del Duomo of the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore in Florence. The sculpture represents the biblical king David at the time before facing Goliath and was welcomed as a symbol of the Republic of Florence against the hegemony of its overthrown leaders, the Medici, and the threat of the adjacent states, especially the Papal States . The David is one of the Renaissance masterpieces according to most historians and one of the most famous sculptures in the world. It is currently exhibited in the Gallery of the Academy of Florence.
Did you know? Miguel Angel went to the Basilica of Santo Spirito to let him study the corpses and learn more about the anatomy and its forms.
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  • El David es una escultura de mármol blanco de 5,17 metros de altura y 5.572 kilogramos de peso realizada por Miguel Ángel Buonarroti entre 1501 y 1504 por encargo de la Opera del Duomo de la catedral de Santa María del Fiore de Florencia. La escultura representa al rey David bíblico en el momento previo a enfrentarse con Goliat y fue acogida como un símbolo de la República de Florencia frente a la hegemonía de sus derrocados dirigentes, los Médici, y la amenaza de los estados adyacentes, especialmente los Estados Pontificios. El David es una de las obras maestras del Renacimiento según la mayoría de los historiadores y una de las esculturas más famosas del mundo. Actualmente se encuentra expuesta en la Galería de la Academia de Florencia.
    ¿Sabías que? Miguel Ángel acudía a la Basílica del Santo Spirito para que le dejaran estudiar los cadáveres y así aprender más de la anatomía y sus formas.
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    The David is a white marble sculpture of 5,17 meters high and 5,572 kilograms of weight made by Michelangelo Buonarroti between 1501 and 1504 commissioned by the Opera del Duomo of the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore in Florence. The sculpture represents the biblical king David at the time before facing Goliath and was welcomed as a symbol of the Republic of Florence against the hegemony of its overthrown leaders, the Medici, and the threat of the adjacent states, especially the Papal States . The David is one of the Renaissance masterpieces according to most historians and one of the most famous sculptures in the world. It is currently exhibited in the Gallery of the Academy of Florence.
    Did you know? Miguel Angel went to the Basilica of Santo Spirito to let him study the corpses and learn more about the anatomy and its forms.
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    #italia #italy #florence #visititaly #roadtrip #lasonrisademartravels #lasonrisademartravels2007 #lasonrisademartravelsitalia #viajes #viajar #viajeros #travels #traveling #travelgram #travelblogger #theglobewanderer #rtw #travel_captures #travellovers #instatraveling #instatraveling #traveladdict #picoftheday #exploremore #passportready #globetrotter #trip #vacation #adventure #love #nature
  • 200 13 27 September, 2018