Salina – the second largest island of the Aeolian Islands

Salina, Aeolian Islands, Sicily, Italy

The island of Salina is one of the largest in the Aeolian Islands archipelago – the second largest just after the island of Lipari. The green and fertile countryside of the island is dedicated mostly to the island’s agricultural industry where locals grow grapes and capers. Known for its Malvasia wines, the culinary experience of the island has made it

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Ardea – a small ancient town near Rome

Ardea, Lazio, Italy

Ardea is a small ancient town with about 35 000 inhabitants. It lies 35 km south of Rome, in Lazio region, approximately 4 km from the Mediterranean coast. It is mainly an agricultural town, that just recently began to develop also the industry. History Ardea already existed in Roman times, it was a town situated on the important consular road

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