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Guess Where in Italy? Part 5

I doubt this week’s Guess Where in Italy? photo-quiz will cause those who know Italy too many problems.

Indeed, I am expecting Blog from Italy reader and Enchanting Italy blogger, Nora, to find the answer to this quiz even more quickly than she usually does.  Nora, it has to be said, is very good at identifying the Italian places shown in the images which have been featured in this Guess where in Italy? series.

Can you beat Nora?  Quite frankly, I doubt it.  Still, you can always prove me wrong!

On to the image of somewhere in Italy which I think is well worth visiting, if you have not done so already, that is.

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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.

OK, I’ll call this a church, even if this is not wholly accurate, but if I tell what kind of church it is, this will become even easier!

Where is this hilltop church in Italy?

Can you guess where this church is in Italy?
Can you guess where this church is in Italy?

You have until Saturday to guess where this church is in Italy, and what it is known as.

I’ll post a clue on Friday, if nobody has managed to guess correctly by then.

There is no prize for getting the answer right, as this is just for fun, and for you to show the world how well you know Italy.

Answers on a comment please.  Happy guessing!

Watch out for future Guess Where in Italy? photo-quizzes on Blog from Italy, as a small Italian flavour prize may well be on offer.  I’ll reveal more another time.

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