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Codex Atlanticus

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 25 Reviews

Leonardo da Vinci was famous for keeping extensive notes, sketching designs for things that were way beyond his time and writing in code so his discoveries ...  Read more

Palazzo Reale (Royal Palace)

1 star rating: I do not recommend this 1 Review

Palazzo Reale was the royal palace located in downtown Naples, still the heart of Naples today. Built around 1600 when Naples was under Spanish rule, it was ...  Read more

Baths of Caracalla (Terme di Caracalla)

Thermae Antoninianae, as per their Roman name, are, simply put, one of the largest and best preserved ancient thermal complexes in the world, and second ...  Read more

Column of Marcus Aurelius

Standing an impressive 100 feet high, the Column of Marcus Aurelius was built as a Roman victory monument and stands in what is now called the Piazza ...  Read more

Correr Civic Museum (Museo Civico Correr)

The Correr Civic Museum, or Museo Civico Correr, is dedicated to the art and history of Venice. Located in the beautiful buildings surrounding the Piazza San ...  Read more

Gallery of Modern Art (Civica Galleria d'Arte Moderna)

Taking up the second floor of the 18th century Villa Reale is GAM - Milan’s impressive Gallery of Modern Art. Napoleon once used this lovely villa as his ...  Read more

Market Square (Piazza del Mercato)

Piazza del Mercato has a long history from its beginnings as a marketplace, possibly as far back as Roman times. Later, eastern traders gathered here giving ...  Read more

Mole Antonelliana

Most cities have iconic buildings that serve as the symbol of the city – the Eiffel Tower, for instance, suggests Paris to even those who have never been ...  Read more

Piombi

Along with many, many other uses, Venice's famous Doge's Palace once had a few corridors serving as prisons. The original palace prison earned the nickname ...  Read more

Porta Borsari

All that remains of this entranceway to the Roman city, this double arched gate is still mighty impressive with its height and double story of windows. Built ...  Read more

Vittorio Emmanuele II Monument

The Vittorio Emanuele Monument in Rome goes by many names - some official, and some not at all so. In addition to “Vittorio Emmanuele Monument,” other official ...  Read more

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