Never heard of this...A must see. Umbria, Italy. Cascata delle Marmore or more popularly known as Marmore’s Falls. Its source of water is the Velino River. This 165-meter man-made waterfall was created by the ancient Romans. It’s one of the tallest in Europe and the tallest man-made waterfall in the world.  It is located 7.7 km from Terni, a provincial capital of the Italian region of Umbria.

Never heard of this...A must see. Umbria, Italy. Cascata delle Marmore or more popularly known as Marmore’s Falls. Its source of water is the Velino River. This 165-meter man-made waterfall was created by the ancient Romans. It’s one of the tallest in Europe and the tallest man-made waterfall in the world. It is located 7.7 km from Terni, a provincial capital of the Italian region of Umbria.

Het Lago di Trasimeno - een van de 25 mooiste meren van Italië

Het Lago di Trasimeno - een van de 25 mooiste meren van Italië

Ook alle vakanties naar Italië vind je op: luvotra.nl Vergelijk en selecteer gemakkelijk en snel. Luvotra maakt het zoeken en boeken van je vakantie weer leuk!

Ook alle vakanties naar Italië vind je op: luvotra.nl Vergelijk en selecteer gemakkelijk en snel. Luvotra maakt het zoeken en boeken van je vakantie weer leuk!

Castelluccio di Norcia in Umbrië, Italië | www.regioneumbria.eu

Castelluccio di Norcia in Umbrië, Italië | www.regioneumbria.eu

Castelluccio, Toscane, Italië

Castelluccio, Toscane, Italië

I love this map because it also shows the towns of my bisnonni.

I love this map because it also shows the towns of my bisnonni.

Umbrie ~ Italie

Umbrie ~ Italie

Castelluccio, Umbrië, Italië

Castelluccio, Umbrië, Italië

Twilight at the Piazza del Republica in Cortona, Italy

Twilight at the Piazza del Republica in Cortona, Italy

La Scarzuola Architectural Park in Umbria, Italy (by colorama65). Founded 1218 by St. Francis of Assisi as a Franciscan convent was bought by Milanese architect Thomas Buzzi in 1958. Over the next 20 years he created an "ideal city" beside the convent (the sacred city), envisaged as a "theatrical machine" (the profane city) in a style based on Francesco Colonna's 1499 designs that includes 7 theatres, an Acropolis, multiple staircases, monuments, monsters & more.

La Scarzuola Architectural Park in Umbria, Italy (by colorama65). Founded 1218 by St. Francis of Assisi as a Franciscan convent was bought by Milanese architect Thomas Buzzi in 1958. Over the next 20 years he created an "ideal city" beside the convent (the sacred city), envisaged as a "theatrical machine" (the profane city) in a style based on Francesco Colonna's 1499 designs that includes 7 theatres, an Acropolis, multiple staircases, monuments, monsters & more.

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