Chiesa di San Zulian
Built in the 9th century, this church has a 16th-century façade by Sansovino. On the portal, there is the portrait of Tommaso Rangone, a benefactor of the church and the first ordinary man to be portrayed in a Venetian church. Due to the work of Sansovino and Alessandro Vittoria, its style today is late Renaissance. A window by Serlio adorns the front of the church, while inside there are numerous paintings by Palma il Giovane.
|Address :||Campo San Zulian,Venezia, Italy|
|Zip Code :||30124|
|Telephone :||+39 041 523 5383|
The Giardino Torrigiani extends from Viale Petrarca, with the old Arnolfi walls on each side, to Piazza Torquato Tasso. The gardens were designed in the 19th century by Luigi Cambrai-Digny but were finished by Baccani, who also designed the neo-Gothic style tower. Pio Fedi executed the group of neo-classical sculptures for Pietro Torrigiani. Please note that the garden is private and is only open on rare occasions.
|Address :||146 Via de Serragli,Firenze, Italy|
|Zip Code :||50124|
|Telephone :||+39 055 224 527|
Santa Maria delle Grazie
Commissioned by Ludovico di Moro and designed by Guiniforte Solari, this building was intended as a mausoleum for the Sforzesco dynasty, in which the remains of the duke and his wife, Beatrice d’Este, as well as others connected with the family, were to be laid to rest. The adjoining Dominican convent’s cloister and sacristy were later renovated by Bramante. The refectory walls are home to Leonardo da Vinci’s(1452-1519) Last Supper. Bramante’s façade is of particular.
|Address :||2 Piazza Santa Maria delle Grazie,Milan Italy|
|Zip Code :||20123|
|Telephone :||+39 02 8942 1146|
Amalfi Coast Tour
Experience the lifestyle and history of Naples and the Amalfi coast with this guided tour. Starting in Naples, you will explore Mt. Vesuvius and the incredibly preserved city of Herculaneum. Then, enjoy the relaxing nature of the island of Ischia while sipping on limoncello, the local liquor. Take in the amazing views in Ravello, and swim in the balmy blue waters off the exclusive island of Capri. Check website for the exact itinerary, dates, and prices.
|Address :||Via Amalfi,Napoli Italy|
|Zip Code :||80146|
|Telephone :||+39 800 200 3887|
Albergo S.Croce In Fossabanda
Santa Croce in Fossabanda is the ideal place for meetings, ceremonies and events. The hotel has eight meeting-rooms of different shapes and sizes, all rooms are on the ground floor, overlooking the majestic churchyard.”Sala Conferenze” can hold up to 100 persons. The other rooms can host up to 30/35 persons.
|Address :||Piazza Santa Croce in Fossabanda, 5,56124 Pisa (Toscane), Italy|
|Telephone :||+39 050 970911|
Florence American Cemetery & Memorial
The Memorial is a beautiful spot amidst wooded slopes, near the Greve River and approximately 5 miles from the historic center. Green courts with white crosses, on either side of a pylon, consist of 4,398 graves of soldiers who died for their country. The names soldiers is written upon the Tablets of the Missing, which serves as a reminder of sacrifice and loyalty. A staff member is on site at all times to answer questions and assist relatives to the graves. Achievements of the American Armed Forces in this region can be viewed in the north atrium of the memorial.
|Address :||West Via Cassia,Firenze ,Italy|
|Zip Code :||50144|
|Telephone :||+39 55 230 2033|
Santa Maria presso Santa Satiro
This extremely famous church is linked to the name of Bramante. In actual fact, nearby S. Satiro has a much older foundation which was influenced by Bishop Ansperto and generally dates from the 9th century. However, the old building is almost unrecognisable following the works of the renaissance period and the nineteenth restorations. The design of the church is attributed to Bramante who presence on the site is documented in 1478.
|Address :||3 Via Speronari,Milan, Italy|
|Zip Code :||20123|
|Telephone :||+39 02 87 4683|