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Italia Sorrento5 Un breve giro

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Sorrento, a lovely old town clinging to a cliffside overlooking the most beautiful part of the Gulf of Naples, some thirty-nine kilometers southeast of Naples. Tourism has a long history here. It was a compulsory stop on the 19th-century 'Grand Tour' and interest in the town was first sparked by the poet Byron, who inspired a long line of holidaying literary geniuses – including Dickens, Goethe and Tolstoy – to sample the Sorrentine air. The romance persists

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Italia Sorrento5 Un breve giro

  1. 1. Piazza Tasso Corso Italia Villa Comunale Carmine Duomo
  2. 2. The most obvious place to begin our walk is Sorrento's main piazza, named for the Italian poet Torquato Tasso who was born in this coastal town. In one corner of the piazza, behind the stand where horse-drawn carriages pick up passengers, there is a statue dedicated to this famous native. In the center of the piazza, instead, you can see the statue of Sorrento's patron saint, Saint Antonino...the city celebrates his feast day each year on February 14th.
  3. 3. Piazza Tasso
  4. 4. The poet Torquato Tasso
  5. 5. Red Mandevilla Vine (Dipladenia)
  6. 6. Piazza Tasso isn't a particularly historic square...it dates back only about a century. It was built above the gorge which was once home to a number of mills
  7. 7. Santa Maria del Carmine, Piazza Tasso
  8. 8. Statue of Saint Antonino Abate and Santa Maria del Carmine church, Piazza Tasso
  9. 9. Santa Maria del Carmine
  10. 10. Santuario della Madonna del Carmine, Ceiling
  11. 11. Vergine Bruna di Sorrento
  12. 12. Santuario della Madonna del Carmine
  13. 13. Ancient walls Via Luigi de Maio
  14. 14. Ancient walls Via Luigi de Maio
  15. 15. The zigzagging stone staircase at Piazza Tasso that leads to lower roadway and to the beach
  16. 16. Corso Italia
  17. 17. Corso Italia
  18. 18. Corso Italia is the main thoroughfare, home to stores selling everything from designer fashions to limoncello, the coast’s traditional lemon liqueur
  19. 19. Corso Italia Young Art
  20. 20. The Garden
  21. 21. Corso Italia
  22. 22. Corso Italia Villa Fiorentino
  23. 23. Villa Fiorentino headquarters of the Sorrento Foundation where exhibitions are often held
  24. 24. Corso Italia
  25. 25. Corso Italia
  26. 26. Ciambelle morbide
  27. 27. Via San Cesareo, one of the most charming historic streets in Sorrento and lined with artisan workshops. Along this street, Sedil Dominova, is easy to spot with its imposing frescoed cupola
  28. 28. Sedil Dominova, 15th-century domed palazzo (mansion) has exquisite, albeit faded, original frescoes. Crowned by a cupola, the terrace, open to the street on two sides, was originally a meeting point for the town’s medieval aristocracy; today it houses a working-men’s club where local pensioners sit around playing cards
  29. 29. Sedil Dominova
  30. 30. Sedil Dominova - Each Christmas, a traditional Neapolitan Nativity scene is on display here
  31. 31. The cathedral bell tower in Corso Italia
  32. 32. Florence fennel (Foeniculum vulgare)
  33. 33. Calliandra tweedii (Flame bush)
  34. 34. Sound: Torna a Surriento - Enrico Caruso; Luciano Pavarotti Text: Internet Pictures: Sanda Foişoreanu Internet All  copyrights  belong to their  respective owners Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu https://plus.google.com/+SandaMichaela 2018

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