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Guess Where in Italy? Part 6

This week’s Guess Where in Italy? photo-quiz features a photograph of a famous Italian café stroke confectioners.  I’m not going to say in which city it can be found, unless nobody guesses.

Aside from having a fascinating history, incredible buildings, fabulous food and wine, and lively people, Italy has some fascinating coffee houses.  Not really a surprise when you understand that coffee is the national drink in Italy.  What is surprising though, is that in some of Italy’s elegant cafés, the future of Italy has been decided.

Oh, and, sorry, but no Italians are allowed to try to guess today (Wednesday)!  I think guessing where this café is, and what it is called, will be too easy for some Italians!

On to the picture.

Where is this Impressive Looking Café in Italy?

See if you can give the name the city and the café.

Where is this café in Italy?
Where is this café 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.

You have until Saturday to post your guesses in a comment below.  If nobody manages to come up with the right answer, I’ll post a clue this Friday.

REMEMBER: No Italians can participate today!

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.

Go for it!

The answer can be found in the comments below.

PS I apologise for not having produced a Guess Where in Italy? post last week, I was tied up with something else.

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