Ama tanto. Ridi spesso. Vivi bene.
Once again, this makes me nostalgic for Italy! Why do Italians do everything so much more stylish?! I miss old architecture! Fabulous, Linda!
Roxy, welcome!well.. Italian architecture is just one of the best you can find!we have had lot of important architects and designers, who have built important and majestic monuments and churches (Cappella Sisitna and Vaticano in Rome, the church Duomo and the Mole Antonelliana here in Turin ecc..)I think you should back in Italy, and visit fantastic places and cities like Turin, Bologna, Firenze, Pisa, ROMA, Catania and Assisi!Why not????? kisses darling!
Torino (e dintorni) è decisamente ricca di chiese, palazzi e vie praticamente sconosciute, ma di altissimo valore storico e architettonico. Grazie Linda, le tue foto, oltre che belle da vedere, portano anche un po' di torinesità in giro per la rete.
grazie Guscido, sempre carino nei complimenti!!
Just gorgeous - old architecture is so inspiring. thanks for sharing!
Oh gorgeous architecture.Compliments Linda!
ne sydney road ..oh thanks.. old architecture is very fantastic!! soon!!
Sniff thanks, as usual!!
such gorgeous photos, as usual! u really take the best photos and make me want to hop back on a plane to visit. it's been too long! :)
Lovely, lovely churches! I'm so looking forward to Italian architecture in summer! (and food, and weather, and campari, and...)
beautiful pictures!!!!! wow
Sabine thanks!! Italian architecture is very beautiful! and.... food.. campari (ahahahaha).italian wine.. .of course!!
ashlina thank you!!!
alternative wife.. thanks! oh yes you should come in Italy!! it'a a very fantastic place!! ;)