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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, where we invite you to delve into the wonderful treasures of Trento: – Trento is a city in northern Italy, located on the Adige River in the Trentino-Alto Adige region. It is the capital of the autonomous province of Trento, which has a rich cultural and historical heritage. Trento is known for its beautiful Renaissance architecture, its impressive castle, and its role in the Council of Trent, a major event of the Catholic Reformation. Trento is also a popular destination for nature lovers, as it is surrounded by the majestic Dolomite Mountains and offers many opportunities for hiking, skiing, and cycling. If you are visiting Trento for the first time, here are some of the best things to do and see in this charming city: – Explore the historical district of Trento, starting from Piazza Duomo, the heart of the city. Admire the frescoes that decorate the façades of the buildings, the fountain of Neptune, and the Cathedral of Saint Vigilio. Visit the Diocesan Museum, which houses artworks and relics related to the Council of Trento. – Visit the Muse, one of the most important museums of natural science in Europe. Designed by renowned architect Renzo Piano, the Muse features a tropical waterfall, interactive exhibits, and educational workshops. – Visit Castello del Buonconsiglio, a fortress that was once the residence of the prince bishops of Trento. The castle hosts museums and temporary exhibitions, as well as the famous Torre dell’Aquila, which contains a cycle of frescoes depicting the seasons. – Enjoy the views from Doss Trento, one of the three hills on which the city stands. On top of the hill, you can find the Cesare Battisti Mausoleum, a monument dedicated to an Italian patriot and irredentist. You can also visit the Museo Nazionale Storico degli Alpini (National Historical Museum of the Alpine Troops), which displays uniforms, weapons, and memorabilia of this elite mountain corps. – Discover the Galleries, two exhibition spaces carved out of two decommissioned road tunnels. The Galleries host photographic exhibitions, multimedia installations, and cultural events. Trento is a city that combines history, art, and nature in a unique way. Whether you are interested in exploring its past, admiring its beauty, or enjoying its outdoor activities, you will find something to suit your taste in this amazing city.

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Photo Gallery of  Walk 1 – Lungadige Giacomo Leopardi to Via Giannantonio Manci
Approximately 1.85  km – 1.15 miles

The walk starts in Lungadige Giacomo Leopardi – Lungadige Monte Grappa – Via Giuseppe Canestrini – Via Tommaso Gar – Via Santa Margherita – Via Antonio Rosmini – Piazza Santa Maria Maggiore – Via della Prepositura – Via Giannantonio Manci

Photo Gallery of  Walk 2 – Via del Suffragio to Via Camillo Cavour
Approximately 1.50 km – 0.93 miles

The walk starts in Via del Suffragio – Via S. Marco – Via Giannantonio Manci – Via S. Pietro – Parrocchia Di Ss.Pietro E Paolo, Piazzetta dell’anfiteatro – Walk back along Via S. Pietro – Via Giannantonio Manci – Via Oss Mazzurana – Walk back along – Via Oss Mazzurana to Via Giannantonio Manci – Via Roma – Via Rodolfo Belenzani – Piazza del Duomo – Via Giuseppe Garibaldi – Piazza del Duomo – Via Camillo Cavour