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Guess Where in Italy? Part 2

Here’s another image of Italy.  This time it’s not a landscape as in part 1, but a stunning mosaic.  How well do you know Italy?  Any idea where this can be found?

If you do know where this is, whether you are Italian or not, then pop your answer on a comment.

I’m pretty sure that some people who know me will know where this mosaic can be found.  Nudge, nudge, hint, hint. Have fun guessing.

You have until next Saturday to guess.  Hopefully this will prove easier than the last photography which nobody even attempted to try and guess!

On to the image.

Where is this in Italy?

Guess Where in Italy?
Guess Where this is in Italy?
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Stop reading, start speaking

Stop translating in your head and start speaking Italian for real with the only audio course that prompt you to speak.

Over to you!

7 September 2009 UPDATE: Location correctly guessed by Nora of Enchanting Italy – see the comments below for where this mosaic is to be found.

Yes, Italy is dripping with art. It’s everywhere, but not all of it is as obvious as this example.

There is no prize – this is just for fun and to show off some aspects of Italy that are not always obvious, and to show that there is a lot more to Italy than simply Rome, Venice and Florence.  This is something I chatted about last night with Jessica Spiegel of all-about-traveling-to-Italy website, Why Go Italy. It is something we both agree on too.

If you are thinking about planning a trip, or even better, a few trips to Italy, do check out Jessica’s site.  Jessica comes to Italy regularly, so she knows her pasta!  Indeed, she is considered something of an Italy travel guru, as this article over on James Martin‘s interesting Wandering Italy site attests:  Meet an Italy Travel Guru: Jessica Spiegel

I’m pretty sure Jessica will know where the image above can be found! (Oh dear, she does not! – see her comment below.  She should though 😉 )

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