The most beautiful beaches in Italy

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The most beautiful beaches in Italy


Cala Bianca – Marina di Camerota (Author: Gianfranco Vitolo . Source: flickr)
Cala Violina – Toscania (Author: Michele . Source: flickr)
Rabbit Beach, Lampedusa Island – Sicily (Author: LFM2182 . Source: commons.wikimedia)
Spiaggia di berchida – Sardegna (Source: it.wikipedia.org)
Beach of the two Sisters – province of Ancona (Author: micheleluconi. Source: fr.wikipedia)
Spiaggia di Chia , Su Giudeu beach – Sardegna (Author: Cristiano Cani . Source: flickr)
Pescara beach – Abruzzo region (Author: Luca Aless . Source: commons.wikimedia)


Title photo: Cala Violina beach (Author: Nico Cavallotto. Source: flickr)



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15 réflexions au sujet de « The most beautiful beaches in Italy »

  1. Excused!

    I do not Twitter or Tweet!! I do not subscribe to any populist view or creed!

    “Information is not knowledge
    Experience is knowledge!”

    Albert Einstein, The Scientist

    I have almost 10 decades of experience, education galore, hired, managed, lead, programmed with over 150 employees on many computer systems, etc. Many applications still running today and used to report to State Department management, OMB and Congress!

    My high school advisor said I should be a barber in my dad’s barber shop, not consider going to college. Well, I enlisted in the USAF and earned a full scholarship to get a BS at Penn State, was accepted for a Master’s and it was uphill from there.

    J'aime

  2. I do not speak « twitter » or populist « … I am a university professor of geopolitics with high degrees in political philosophy, geo-history, international law ….. If my ideas do not please you, excuse me ….. I am a scientist not an ideologue.

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  3. Maybe as you want to dominate it your own ‘righteous’ way! In my opinion!

    Just writing down something by the way as a personal historical mix of say ten ethnic groups: brown, white and black by the way!

    So Twitter you life away!

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  4. I respect all your ancestors and I value their civilizations during the ancient centuries. now you are Italian, Mediterranean and European. which gives you a great cultural-political position in the world.

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  5. in my opinion (only my opinion) the populatios who still mark out their personalities on historical criteria, risk being torn apart in small weak and poor countries. the world is dominated by large multi-racial countries, multi-origins, multi-cultures, multi-forces and multi-defaults … examples: Russia, United States, China, Canada, India, Brazil ….. that is the value and strength of Sicily without Italy? nothing like Monaco, Malta, Madagascar, Iceland, and the mediocre islets of the Caribbean and the Pacific. Let us respect history and value our ancestors, but let us keep everything away from our strategy for the future of our children in a world of the dominant and dominated.

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  6. Sicily was merged with the Kingdom of Sardinia in 1860 following the expedition of Giuseppe Garibaldi’s Mille; after the Dictatorship of Garibaldi the annexation was ratified by a popular plebiscite. The Kingdom of Sardinia became in 1861 the Kingdom of Italy, in the context of the Italian Risorgimento.

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