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Unesco Sites Italy 8th episode

Unesco Sites Italy 8th episode

Bagno Vignoni is a hamlet of the Italian municipality of San Quirico d'Orcia, in the province of Siena, Tuscany. The village is located in Val d'Orcia, in the vicinity of the Via Francigena. The waters that flow there were used since Roman times for thermal purposes.Alberobello is a town in Puglia. It is known for its Trulli, white conical stone constructions found by the hundreds in the hilly Rione Monti district. The 18th-century Trullo Sovrano is a two-level trullo. The Museo del Territorio "Casa Pezzolla" displays furniture and tools that recreate life in the Trulli as it was in the past. To the southwest of the town is the Casa Rossa, an internment camp from World War II.The Vallo di Diano is a fertile basin, whose wide flat valley floor lies between 450 and 480 meters above sea level, in the south of the Campania region on the border with Basilicata, part of the historic region of Lucania.