thisismygreece:

This is my Greece | The island of Sifnos by the inspirational photographer Carla Coulson

thisismygreece:

This is my Greece | The island of Sifnos by the inspirational photographer Carla Coulson

oddiology:

Sophia

oddiology:

Sophia

Pre-game video from BBC for France-Germany (World cup 2014, quarter finals)

elegialane:

(c) by Yankı Sivrikoz / via Pinterest

elegialane:

(c) by Yankı Sivrikoz / via Pinterest

italianways:

The Cloister of the Poor Clares, part of the Saint Clare Monastery (Monastero di Santa Chiara) in Naples.
(via Italian Ways)

italianways:

The Cloister of the Poor Clares, part of the Saint Clare Monastery (Monastero di Santa Chiara) in Naples.

(via Italian Ways)

tredicielupo:

Location Scouting Eidos Napoli S/S 2015 - Ischia and il cuore di pescatore.

Il GeranioViale Matteotti 8 Capri

Il Geranio
Viale Matteotti 8 Capri

365daysofcoffee:

Contax 645 | Fuji Pro 400H

365daysofcoffee:

Contax 645 | Fuji Pro 400H

welcometoitalia:

Ragusa (Sicilian: Rausa) is a city in southern Italy with 75,000 inhabitants. It is built on a wide limestone hill between two deep valleys, Cava San Leonardo and Cava Santa Domenica. Together with seven other cities in the Val di Noto, it is listed among the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Its origins can be traced back to the 2nd millennium BC, when in its area there were several settlements of the ancient Sicels. an Italic tribe who inhabited eastern Sicily during the Iron Age. Their neighbours to the west were the Sicani. The Sicels gave Sicily the name it has held since antiquity, but they rapidly fused into the culture of Magna Graecia.

welcometoitalia:

Ragusa (Sicilian: Rausa) is a city in southern Italy with 75,000 inhabitants. It is built on a wide limestone hill between two deep valleys, Cava San Leonardo and Cava Santa Domenica. Together with seven other cities in the Val di Noto, it is listed among the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Its origins can be traced back to the 2nd millennium BC, when in its area there were several settlements of the ancient Sicels. an Italic tribe who inhabited eastern Sicily during the Iron Age. Their neighbours to the west were the Sicani. The Sicels gave Sicily the name it has held since antiquity, but they rapidly fused into the culture of Magna Graecia.