Italy in Photos

Photos of Italy taken on Walks in the Cities Towns & Villages of Italia


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Arona is a town and comune on Lake Maggiore, in the province of Novara (northern Italy). Its main economic activity is tourism, especially from Milan, France and Germany.

The city is located on the Piedmontese shore of Lake Maggiore and is crossed by the Vevera stream, which flows into the lake. Around there are the hilly bas-reliefs of morainic origin incorporated into the Lagoni di Mercurago Natural Park where, in 1860, the first pile-dwelling settlement found in Italy was identified.

Arona is 25 kilometres (16 miles) north of Milan’s Malpensa International Airport, actually closer than Milan itself. It is also connected to the railway network, being one of the main stops in the important link between Milan and Switzerland that passes Domodossola (another parallel link travels through Côme). Arona is also the last station for two minor rail lines, connecting Arona to Novara and to Santhià; the latter uses single-car diesel trains. Wikipedia

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Photo Gallery of Walk 1 – Piazza Duca d’Aosta to Via Cavour
Approximately 1.13 km – 0.70 miles

The walk starts in – Piazza Duca d’Aosta – Corso Repubblica – Lungolago Caduti di Nassirya – Viale Croce Rossa – Lungolago Caduti di Nassirya – Via Guglielmo Marconi – Via Graziano Ponzone – Via Cavou – Chiesa di Sant’Anna, Via Cavour – Via AI Teatro – Via Garelli – Piazza S. Graziano – Via Cesare Battisti – Via Cavour

Photo Gallery of Walk 2 – Piazza del Popolo to Corso Liberazione
Approximately 1.07 km – 0.67 miles

The walk starts in – Piazza del Popolo – Via Poli – Piazza del Popolo – Via Cavour – Via Pertossi – Via del Forno – Via Federico Borromeo – Via S. Carlo – Collegiata di Santa Maria Nascent, Via S. Carlo – Viale Berrini – Corso Liberazione

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