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Italy in Photos

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

Welcome to Italy in Photos and experience the enchanting allure of Termoli, as Italy in Photos unlocks one of the gems of Italy: – Termoli is a comune (municipality) located on the south Adriatic coast of Italy, in the province of Campobasso, region of Molise. It has a population of around 32,000 and is known for its beaches and old fortifications. The town has expanded quickly after World War II and is now a popular resort town for Italian families. The original settlement developed on the promontory where now there’s the ancient village, featured by old white and colourful fisherman houses, narrow streets, Trabucchi on the sea, the romanic pugliese cathedral (Duomo), Castello Svevo (Frederick’s Castle of 1200) and high walls. The centre of the city is developed on the nearby ancient village, here you can find many avenues and streets full of life, especially in summer. On the seafront there are several restaurants, hotels and beaches; out of suburbs there are countryside’s cultivated with olive trees and wine. If you’re planning to visit Termoli, here are some things you might want to consider doing: – Visit Borgo Medievale di Termoli: A historic walking area featuring old white and colourful fisherman houses, narrow streets, Trabucchi on the sea, the romanic pugliese cathedral (Duomo), Castello Svevo (Frederick’s Castle of 1200) and high walls. – Explore Lido Panfilo: A beach area with several restaurants, hotels and beaches. – Visit Cattedrale di Termoli: A Roman Catholic cathedral dedicated to Saint Mary of Purification. – Visit Castello Svevo di Termoli: A castle built by Frederick II in 1247. – Take a food and wine tour of San Vito Chietino: A food tour that takes you through San Vito Chietino’s vineyards and olive groves.

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Photo Gallery of  Walk 1 – Via America to Piazza Sant’Antonio
Approximately 1.60 km – 0.99 miles

The walk starts in Via Madonna delle Grazie – Santuario Madonna delle Grazie – Via Molise – Viale Trieste – Via Abruzzi – Corso Nazionale – Corso Umberto I – Via XX Settembre – Piazza Sant’Antonio

Photo Gallery of  Walk 2 – Piazza Sant’Antonio to Largo Piè di Castello
Approximately 0.81  km – 0.50 miles

The walk starts in Piazza Sant’Antonio – Via Roma – Largo Piè di Castello – Via Federico II di Svevia – Vicolo VI Duomo – Via Duomo – Via Vescovo Pitirro – Piazza Bisceglie – Via S. Pietro – Via Duomo – Via Pustierla – Via Federico II di Svevia – Largo Piè di Castello