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Italia Sorrento6 Due passi in città

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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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  • Vacanta continua pe minunata Corso Italia ! Ne oprim pentru purificare la grandioasa catedrala unde e atat de usor sa te apropii de D-zeu, iar scena nasterii este divina. Ma intreb daca locul unde esti botezat nu influenteaza putin destinul. Continuam cu baia de soare, culoare, parfum, lasam in urma Tribunalul – e bine de stiut ca ai garantia reabilitarii , si ne oprim la Cinema. De fapt, un teatru in toata splendoarea lui. Te incarci cu veselia specifica zonei, dupa ce te racoresti golind paharul pana la fund si te intrebi ,apoi, ce-ti ofera zorii zilei urmatoare . Daca Sanda e prin preajma, stii si raspunsul !
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Italia Sorrento6 Due passi in città

  1. 1. Piazza Tasso Corso Italia Villa Comunale Stazione Duomo
  2. 2. The cathedral bell tower in Corso Italia
  3. 3. Duomo di Sorrento, Cattedrale dei Santi Filippo e Giacomo) is a Roman Catholic cathedral dedicated to Saints Philip and James. It was first built around the 11th century and was rebuilt in the 15th century in Romanesque style. The poet Torquato Tasso, the best known citizen of the town, was baptized in the church's baptistery
  4. 4. Inlaid wood pictures on inside of church doo
  5. 5. Sorrento's greatest craft is intarsia (wood inlay)— whether artistic panels in a Classical style for the Duomo doors and choir stalls or simple post-modern patterns on jewelry boxes, tabletops, picture frames, or other souvenirs for the tourist trade
  6. 6. Inlaid wood pictures on inside of church door (1989) In 1985 the Cathedral has been adorned with a Way of the Cross made on a drawing and inlay by Gianni Paturzo and framed by the brothers Parlato
  7. 7. The Nativity scene inside the Sorrento’s cathedral is on display all year (Photograph: Patrick Comerford, 2013)
  8. 8. The tradition of recreating the Nativity with a presepio (the word literally means crib) dates back to the 13th century
  9. 9. There is no train service from Sorrento to the Amalfi Coast, but buses depart from outside the train station. Note that there is limited space on the public buses, and they are notoriously overcrowded in summer. You may have to stand for the duration of the 30- to 45-minute trip
  10. 10. Sede del Giudice di Pace Tribunale Via degli Aranci
  11. 11. Via Correale
  12. 12. Via Correale
  13. 13. Jasmine Jasminum officinale, gelsomino
  14. 14. Yellow angel trumpet flowers (Brugmansia)
  15. 15. Grand Hotel Riviera
  16. 16. Hotel Grand Royal
  17. 17. Hotel Grand Royal
  18. 18. The Cinema Armida was opened in 1957. Seating is provided in orchestra and balcony levels. Along each side-wall of the auditorium is a painted fresco depicting figures in Italian costumes. Traditional Italian dances, songs and stories at the 'Sorrento Musical.' This colorful and fun Italian musical reveals the history of life in the region. 
  19. 19. Sorrento Musical, an energetic and dynamic Italian musical that tells stories of typical life in the Sorrento Peninsula through a series of short sketches, songs and dances. Start the evening as the locals do, with a traditional aperitivo — a glass of sparkling wine or a soft drink… 
  20. 20. Sound: Surriento D' 'e Nnammurate - Roberto Murolo; Sergio Bruni Text: Internet Pictures: Sanda Foişoreanu Irina Fântâneru Internet All  copyrights  belong to their  respective owners Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu https://plus.google.com/+SandaMichaela 2018

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