Italy in Photos

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

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Welcome to Italy in Photos and experience the enchanting allure of Ravenna, as Italy in Photos unlocks one of the gems of Italy: – Ravenna, a city of rich history and vibrant culture, is nestled in the Emilia-Romagna region of northeastern Italy. This elegant town is situated on a low-lying plain near the confluence of the Ronco and Montone rivers, just 6 miles inland from the Adriatic Sea. Despite being an inland city, Ravenna maintains a connection to the Adriatic Sea through the Candiano Canal. Ravenna’s historical significance is deeply rooted in its past as the capital of the Western Roman Empire during the 5th century. After the fall of the Western Roman Empire, it served as the capital of the Ostrogothic Kingdom and then the Byzantine Exarchate of Ravenna. The city was initially settled by the Umbri people and came under Roman Republic control in 89 BC. The city is renowned for its well-preserved late Roman and Byzantine architecture. Ravenna is home to eight buildings that comprise the UNESCO World Heritage Site “Early Christian Monuments of Ravenna”. These monuments are a testament to the city’s historical importance and architectural grandeur. Ravenna is also known as Italy’s “capital of mosaics”. The city boasts a high concentration of mosaics, reflecting a thriving culture that has not been seen before or since. These mosaics date back to the time when Ravenna was the capital of the Western Empire, then under Ostrogoth and Byzantine rule. Today, Ravenna continues to captivate visitors with its blend of history, culture, and art. Whether you’re exploring its ancient monuments, admiring its stunning mosaics, or simply soaking in the city’s ambiance, Ravenna offers a unique and unforgettable experience. It’s a city where the past and present coexist, creating a tapestry of experiences that are as diverse as they are captivating.

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Photo Gallery of  Walk 1 – Parcheggio della Resistenza to Via Galla Placidia
Approximately 1.42 km – 0.88 miles

The walk starts at the – Circonvallazione al Molino – Via Cura – Via Gian Battista Barbiani – Via Camillo Benso Cavour – Via Giuliano Argentario – Mausoleo di Galla Placidia – Basilica di San Vitale, Via San Vitale – Via Galla Placidia – Chiesa Santa Maria Maggiore, Via Galla Placidia – Via Galla Placidia

Photo Gallery of Walk 2 – Via Galla Placidia to Viale Farini
Approximately 1.84 km – 1.14 miles

The walk starts in Via Pietro Alighieri – Via Girolamo Rossi – Vicolo Padenna – Via Pellegrino Matteucci – Piazza Marsala – Via Salara – Via Camillo Benso Cavour – Via IV Novembre – Piazza del Popolo – Piazza Giuseppe Garibaldi – Via Dante Alighieri – Via Guido da Polenta – Piazza S. Francesco – Basilica di San Francesco, Via Guido da Polenta – Via Dante Alighieri – Piazza Giuseppe Garibaldi – Piazza Luigi Einaudi – Via Armando Diaz – Viale Farini