Stromboli – a home to one of three active volcanoes of Italy

Stromboli, Aeolian Islands, Sicily, Italy

Stromboli is a part of the Aeolian archipelago and one of the most visited places in Sicily. It has been known for centuries as the Mediterranean Lighthouse due to its ideal location between the Italian mainland and Sicily. The island of Stromboli is home to an active volcano which has been in a continuous state of eruption for years. As

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Pollino National Park and its symbol – the Bosnian Pine

Pollino National Park, Basilicata - Calabria, Italy

Back in 1993, the Pollino National Park was established in an attempt to help prevent further deforestation and endangerment of the Bosnian Pine which can now be found throughout the park and is considered a symbol of the park. It is situated at the south of Italy, along the borders with Calabria and Basilicata and stretches far inland to include

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Calabria – unspoiled nature, white sandy beaches and crystal clear sea

Tropea, Calabria, Italy

Calabria is the southernmost region of Italian peninsula, situated at the toe of the famous Italian boot. For its unspoiled nature, white sandy beaches and crystal clear sea Calabria is considered not only one of the most beautiful places in Italy, but also the cleanest ones. Its name got over five thousand years ago by Greek sailors who, charmed by

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