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                    [title] => 24 Small Towns in Italy Straight From A Fairytale
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                    [date] => July 2, 2018
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                    [excerpt] => Italy is a country that continues to capture the hearts of millions of visitors each year, with it’s world-famous cuisine, rolling green hills, breathtaking coastline and culture-rich cities. It is the smaller, lesser known towns and villages, however, that I find really capture the beauty and uniqueness of this gorgeous nation.
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                    [date] => June 19, 2018
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                    [excerpt] => The City of San Marino is the Capital of the country of San Marino – the 5th smallest country in the world – at just 61KM2 (23.5 Miles2). It is landlocked within Italy, mostly bordering the state of Emilia Romagna. Aside from its history and architecture, the biggest drawcard of this tiny capital city is that it is perched on a mountain with panoramic views of the Italian countryside.
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                    [excerpt] => We’re in Brisighella, a small village in Emilia Romagna that I had never even heard of until we arrived on this sunny, Tuesday morning. Famous for the three gypsum hills that overlook it, where three ancient structures stand proud over the village: the clock tower, the fortress and Monticino Church.
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                    [excerpt] => Read one of those “Top 10 places to see before you die” articles lately?  Or perhaps, “The top places to visit in 2018?”  How about “Emerging travel destinations you must not miss!”  Chances are, if you have, you won’t have seen any mention of San Marino.
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                    [excerpt] => Italy offers without a doubt some of the most beautiful cities in Europe like Rome, Venice, Bologna, and Florence. But when I am thinking Italian countryside, I am imagining picturesque villages far away from the loud tourist crowds. Small hilltop villages with medieval buildings, a fortress and stunning views of hilly terrain with vineyards and olive trees. I found a place exactly like that. It’s called Brisighella.
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                    [date] => October 31, 2017
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                    [excerpt] => De Republiek San Marino is niet zo groot, maar wel erg bijzonder! De enclave wordt volledig omringd door de Italiaanse regio Emilia-Romagna en wordt meestal bezocht tijdens een dagbezoek vanuit Rimini. In een klein half uurtje brengt een speciale shuttle bus je van Rimini naar San Marino Città, de hoofdstad van San Marino. Deze oude middeleeuwse vestigingsstad is gebouwd binnen de hoge vestigingsmuren van een mooi en groot kasteel met drie hoge verdedigingstorens die je al van ver kunt zien.
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                    [date] => October 10, 2017
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                    [excerpt] => ¿Cuáles son los pueblos más bonitos de Emilia-Romaña? Pues hasta hace muy poco tengo que admitir que no tenía ni idea. Para mí hacer turismo por Emilia-Romagna –que, los que me conocen, saben que es una de mis regiones favoritas de Italia, por muchas razones– ha significado siempre disfrutar de sus ciudades: Bolonia, Parma, Modena, Ferrara, Rávena, Rímini, Piacenza… ¿Cuántas veces habré ido? Las ciudades de Emilia-Romaña son el ejemplo ideal del turismo que más nos gusta: el que aúna cultura, gastronomía y poca masificación. Pero, ¿y los pueblos? ¿Sólo hay pueblos con encanto en la Toscana, en Umbría o en Las Marcas –vale, tú no pensarás en Las Marcas, pero es mi región y tiene pueblos medievales idílicos–? Está claro que no, los hay también en Emilia-Romagna. ¡Y qué pueblos!
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                    [date] => September 30, 2017
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                    [excerpt] => An adventure in San Marino – the “world’s oldest republic” that sits atop a mountain, snuggled within Italy’s Emilia Romagna region – beckons. It’s a Microstate that draws in the day-trippers to tick off another country and experience the spectacle of a medieval masterpiece.
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                    [title] => A la découverte de l’arrière-pays d’Emilie-Romagne
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                    [excerpt] => Au programme de cette escapade, de la gastronomie (en Emilie-Romagne, c’est un incontournable), des rencontres avec des producteurs passionnés, de superbes agriturismo, des balades dans une nature magnifique et dans de ravissants villages préservés… Tout ce que j’adore!
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                    [excerpt] => Por fora, uma fortaleza; por dentro, um ninho de amor. Essa é a história resumida de um dos mais importantes e bem conservados castelos da Itália.
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                    [title] => EMILIA ROMAGNA – TIPPS FÜR EINEN PERFEKTEN TAG IN NORDITALIEN
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                    [excerpt] => Emilia Romagna Italien Verucchio
Ich war zwar leider selbst noch nie in der Toskana, aber ich könnte schwören, dass es dort ganz genau so wie hier aussehen muss: Sanfte grüne Hügel, die von den Einheimischen auch liebevoll „Rolling Hills“ genannt werden, diese typisch norditalienische Vegetation mit den malerischen Zypressenhainen und die vielen Burgen und Anwesen oben auf den Hügelkuppen… Ja, die Region Emilia Romagna erinnert mich ganz stark an die Toskana, wenn man in diesem Fall überhaupt von erinnern sprechen kann.
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