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Images from italy trip (ln i)



Images from Italy

Images from Italy
Licha & Ian Travel (Oct 2010)



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    Images from italy trip (ln i) Images from italy trip (ln i) Presentation Transcript

    • Photo Album
      Various Views from Italy from
      Licha and Ian’s honeymoon
      VIVA ITALIA! (Photo Album - Italy)
    • Images from Venice
      Venezia, IT
    • VENICE – View from the Grand Canal
    • VENICE – Ian on the banks of one of the canals
    • VENICE –Licha relaxing in one of the piazzas
    • VENICE – View of the “Bacino di San Marco”
      (Saint Mark Basin)
    • VENICE – View of Piazza San Marco (View from St Mark's Campanile )
      Piazza San Marco (often known in English as Saint Mark's Square), is the principal square of Venice, Italy, where it is generally known just as "the Piazza".
    • VENICE – View St Mark's Clocktower
      The Clock Tower is an early renaissance building on the north side of the Piazza San Marco at the entrance to the Merceria. It is comprised of a tower, which contains the clock, and lower buildings on each side. It adjoins the eastern end of the ProcuratieVecchie. Both the tower and the clock date from the last decade of the 15th century, though the mechanism of the clock has subsequently been much altered.
    • VENICE – View of “Il Piazzetta di San Marco” (The ‘Little Piazza‘)
      The Piazzettadi San Marco is an open space extension of the Piazza connecting the south side of the Piazza to the waterway of the lagoon. The Piazzetta lies between the Doge's Palace on the east and Jacopo Sansovino'sLibreria which holds the BibliotecaMarciana on the west. It is open to the lagoon at the mouth of the Grand Canal where two tall columns bearing symbols of Venice's two patrons, St Mark and St Theodore, stand facing the water's edge.
    • Licha and Ian overlooking Il Piazzettadi San Marco
    • Licha and Ian overlooking Il Piazzettadi San Marco
    • St Mark and St Theodore
      (two tall columns bearing symbols of Venice's two patrons )
    • St Mark and St Theodore
      (two tall columns bearing symbols of Venice's two patrons )
    • VENICE – View of San Giorgio Maggiore
      (one of the islands of Venice)
    • VENICE – View from the Grand Canal
    • VENICE – View of “Campanile di San Marco” (St Mark's Campanile)
      (View from the Canaledi San Marco )
    • View of “Campanile di San Marco”
      (St Mark's Campanile)
      St Mark's Campanile (Campanile di San Marco in Italian) is the bell tower of St Mark's Basilica in Venice, Italy, located in the square (piazza) of the same name. It is one of the most recognizable symbols of the city.
      • The tower is 98.6 metres (323 ft) tall, and stands alone in a corner of St Mark's Square, near the front of the basilica.
      • It has a simple form, the bulk of which is a fluted brick square shaft, 12 metres (39 ft) wide on each side and 50 metres (160 ft) tall, above which is a loggia surrounding the belfry, housing five bells.
      • The belfry is topped by a cube, alternate faces of which show the Lion of St. Mark and the female representation of Venice (la Giustizia: Justice).
      • The tower is capped by a pyramidal spire, at the top of which sits a golden weathervane in the form of the archangel Gabriel.
      • The campanile reached its present form in 1514. The current tower was reconstructed in its present form in 1912 after the collapse of 1902.
    • VENICE – Licha and Ian at the top of the “Campanile di San Marco”
    • Various Views from the Canaledi San Marco
    • Views of “Ponte di Rialto” (Rialto Bridge)
      Views from the Bridge
    • Siena, IT
      Images from Siena
    • Views from Siena, IT
      “Duomodi Siena” – (The Cathedral of Siena)
      “Torre del Mangia” – (Tower of the Eater)
      located in the Piazza del Campo
    • Siena’s enormous public square
    • Firenze, IT
      Images from Florence
    • En route to Firenze from Venezia by train
    • Views from the top of the Dome
    • Views of Giotto's Bell Tower from the top of the Dome
    • Views of Firenze
      Views of Firenze
      Views of Firenze
    • Licha with Firenze backdrop
    • Views of the “Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore” (The Florence Cathedral)
      Views of the “Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore”
    • In front of the Santa Maria cathedral
    • Views from “Ponte Vecchio” (Old Bridge)
      • The Ponte Vecchio ("Old Bridge", Italian pronunciation: [pontevɛkkjo]) is a Medieval bridge over the Arno River, in Florence, Italy, noted for still having shops built along it, as was once common. Butchers initially occupied the shops; the present tenants are jewellers, art dealers and souvenir sellers.
    • On the Ponte Vecchio
    • At a café after crossing the Ponte Vecchio
    • Views from “I Giardinidi Boboli”
      (The Boboli Gardens)
    • Ian in front of the Medici Palace
    • Tuscany (Wine Country)
      Images from the Vineyards at Greve-in-Chianti
    • Views of the Vineyards (captured from various angles)
    • Licha and Ian at CastellodiVerrazzano, overlooking the vineyard
    • Licha and Ian at a Wine Tasting at CastellodiVerrazzano
    • Licha and Ian at dinner in Firenze with some Swedes we met earlier that day at our vineyard tour
    • Barrels of wine
      The wine ferments for three years in barrels
      Wine cellar where the wine ages after being bottled
      Grapes drying out
    • ROMA, IT
      Images from Rome
    • Views from within “Piazza San Pietro” (Saint Peter's Square)
    • More Views from within “Piazza San Pietro” (Saint Peter's Square)
    • Licha and Ian in St. Peter’s Square
    • Guards in St. Peter’s Square awaiting the Pope’s entrance to the Square for weekly outdoor mass on Wednesdays
    • Pope Benedict XVI riding through St. Peter’s Square in the Pope-mobile
    • Pope Benedict XVI blessing the crowd at St. Peter’s Square
    • Licha and Ian at the Vatican
    • Licha and Ian at the Vatican, with the Dome of St. Peter’s Bascilica in the background
    • “MonumentoNazionale a VittorioEmanuele II” (National Monument of Victor Emmanuel II)
      Also Known As: “Altaredella Patria” (Altar of the Fatherland) or "Il Vittoriano“ and the “Wedding Cake”
    • Views of “ilColosseo”
      (The Colosseum)
      The Colosseum, originally known as the Flavian Amphitheatre (Latin: “AmphitheatrumFlavium”, or Italian “AnfiteatroFlavio”), is an elliptical amphitheatre in the centre of Rome, Italy, the largest ever built in the Roman Empire. It is considered one of the greatest works of Roman architecture and Roman engineering.
    • Views from the Inside of The Colosseum
      Capable of seating 50,000 spectators, the Colosseum was used for gladiatorial contests and public spectacles such as mock sea battles, animal hunts, executions, re-enactments of famous battles, and dramas based on classical mythology. The building ceased to be used for entertainment in the early medieval era. It was later reused for such purposes as housing, workshops, quarters for a religious order, a fortress, a quarry, and a Christian shrine.
    • Licha and Ian inside the Colosseum
    • Licha and Ian at the Roman Forums
    • Views of The Pantheon
      The Pantheon is a building in Rome, commissioned by Marcus Agrippa as a temple to all the gods of Ancient Rome, and rebuilt by Emperor Hadrian in about 126 AD. The building is circular with a portico of three ranks of huge granite Corinthian columns (eight in the first rank and two groups of four behind) under a pediment opening into the rotunda, under a coffered, concrete dome, with a central opening (oculus) to the sky. Almost two thousand years after it was built, the Pantheon's dome is still the world's largest unreinforced concrete dome.
    • Licha and Ian inside the Pantheon
    • Licha and Ian at Trevi Fountain at night
    • Orvieto, IT
      Images from Orvieto
    • The cathedral in Orvieto
    • Lichaoverlooking the Cathedral
    • Ianoverlooking the Cathedral
    • Random Street in Orvieto
    • Licha and Ian- picture in Orvieto
    • Licha overlooking the bluff in Orvieto
    • Ian standing at the bluff in Orvieto
    • Orvieto– View overlooking countryside
    • ITALIAN IMAGES (Miscellaneous)
      Random Images from sites visited
      across Italian cities
    • Sunset over Venice