Windows of Italy

Windows of Italy

Categories: Design and Architecture | Europe | World

Windows and doors — what could be more banal. In ordinary life, we rarely notice them, but when we go to another country with a fresh look, we notice the amazing charm of these everyday objects. Windows of Italian cities are endowed with a special charm, "photo portraits" of which you can see in this collection.

Windows of Italy

Windows of Italy

Umbrellas drying after a severe thunderstorm in the window of one of the houses on the island of Burano in Venice.

Windows of Italy

The window of the Scena Castle in the Trentino Alto Adige region.

Windows of Italy

Trastevere is one of the oldest districts of Rome.

Windows of Italy

After a big wash in Portovenere, Liguria.

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Somewhere in Tuscany.

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Sunny day in Venice on Strada Nuova.

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In the resort town of Laigueglia in Liguria.

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In the same place.

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In Orvieto— a city in the southwestern part of the Umbria region.

Windows of Italy

On the island of Burano in Venice.

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In Rome.

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The windows of the Parliament building on Palazzo Corvaja in Taormina — a historic city on the east coast of Sicily.

Windows of Italy

Windows of Italy.

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Windows on the Piazza del Duomo in Sienna.

Windows of Italy

Windows of Italy.

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In Positano

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The windows of Naples.

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Near the Trevi Fountain in Rome.

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An old lady in one of the windows of Tuscany.

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Venice again.

Windows of Italy

Windows of Italy.

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Windows in the Roman district of Trastevere.

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