On a hilltop in the region of Lazio lies the village of Anagni, where a violent act changed the fates of empires.
Eight imposing unique sculptures guarding a peculiar building in the centre of Milan.
A mythical story of passion, deeply rooted in the greek tradition of Syracuse.
A peek into the abandoned village of Vathia.
A special bridge in Torcello, in the heart of the Venetian lagoon
A figure of St. Bartholomew with a cruel detail.
According to an ancient tale, the foundation of Milan has a peculiar connection with a wild animal.
"San Bernardino alle Ossa", a place with a strong death connotation.
An ancient pandemic site that, in the Milanese tradition, it is still a name that conveys darkness and terror.
The Milanese call it 'La Tosa', and its meaning goes back to a brutal event in the city's history
Discovering the visual deception created by the renowned Renaissance architect Donato Bramante
Also known as “Hot Gates”, is one of the entrances to Hades, where a handful of men faced the world's largest army
An extraordinary finding in one of Milan’s neighbourhoods.
A lonely magical abbey stands isolated and hidden on the rocky Ligurian coast.
A place veiled by the innocent appearance that hides blood and intrigue.
A unique place related to Alessandro Manzoni, the eternal poet and writer of "I Promessi Sposi" (The Betrothed)
“Point zéro des routes de France” is the reference point for distances from Paris, but the story tells much more.
Legend has it that the devil lived in Milan, with his own house at Palazzo Acerbi, in Corso Di Porta Romana n.3.
Every day cars and pedestrians pass by, unaware of this ancient battlefield.
Trees with a height of 30 meters grow through the roof of this miraculous church.