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                    [title] => 24 Small Towns in Italy Straight From A Fairytale
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                    [title] => Brisighella Italy: Olive Oil, Magical Castles, Ancient Clock Towers and More!
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                    [title] => Postcards from Ravenna, the marvelous city of mosaics
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                    [title] => Rincones alternativos de Bolonia: la ciudad más hipster y joven de Italia
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                    [excerpt] => Bolonia no es sólo ese museo medieval al aire libre: es una ciudad que vive el presente más que ninguna. Una ciudad joven que mira al futuro: tiene una de las universidades más importantes de Italia –además de ser la más antigua de Europa– y en ella viven 80.000 estudiantes de todo el mundo. Es la ciudad italiana progresista, de tendencias alternativas y de la contracultura por excelencia. 
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                    [title] => Emilia-Romania i Apeniny. Włochy na rowerze
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                    [title] => What is Eataly World – Bringing Italian Food to The World
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                    [title] => Voyage gourmand en Italie: cap sur l’Emilie-Romagne
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                    [excerpt] => Souvent absente du radar des touristes, la région d’Émilie-Romagne, en Italie, est un véritable petit paradis pour les voyageurs épicuriens. On vous raconte!


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                    [title] => Best of Bologna: a leaning tower, the longest portico and the best pasta
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