Stalking Italy It's way more than Pizza and Ancient Rome.

Villa d'Este, Tripoli, Italy

The rooms of the Palace were decorated under the tutelage of the stars of the late Roman Mannerism, completed at the time of Cardinal Ippolito II d'Este's death in 1572.

The interior of Villa d'Este includes paintings that rival those of Versailles, France.
Villa d’Este is a masterpiece of the Italian Garden, with an impressive concentration of fountains, nymphs, grottoes, plays of water, and music, it constitutes a much-copied model for European gardens in the mannerist and baroque styles.

Bridge of Angels

If your time in Rome is too short to stand in the long lines at Vatican City, just a short walk and you'll be at the Bridge of Angels, Ponte Sant'Angelo. There you'll walk between 10 imposingly beautiful angel sculptures ,designed by famous sculptor Gian Lorenzo Bernini. Each sculptured angel symbolizes a part from the story of Jesus Christ’s suffering and death by crucifixion. Statues of the saints Peter and Paul stand in the entrance to the bridge.

Mesmerizing Tree, Monte Sant'Angelo, Italy

The brisk wind blowing on the makes this tree both alluring and angry.

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