This second fall is by most preferred to the great one above, where the waters, descending in one sheet, pass under the bridge seen above.
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In the slope of the eastern Apennines, overlooking the Adriatic gulf, stands what may be called the European Nazareth.
A female at her devotions. Costume near Florence. In Italy, the young and the old alike frequent the churches.
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The flower seller making a sales pitch, the city of Florence in the background.
Locals of Pisa with English neckerchief and french handkerchief in front of an orphanage.
Virgil’s tomb (Italian: Tomba di Virgilio) is a Roman-era crypt in Naples, believed to be the grave of the poet Virgil (15 October 70 BC – 21 September 19 BC).
This view is taken above the falls, where the Teverone glides along, skirted on one side by the straggling town, on the other bordered by fertile pasturages.
Alpine pass of Bramante. Italian scenery from drawings made in 1817 by Elizabeth Frances Batty. Le Grand Lac Bramant is a lake in Savoie.
Tivoli, the ancient Tibur, is eighteen miles to the east from Rome, romantic in its waters, its hills, its herbage, or its ruins.
The sites of the numerous villas which once overhung every point of the romantic dells of Tivoli must be in great measure imaginary