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Livigno (Province of Sondrio in Lombardy) is nicknamed Italy's "Little Tibet," in provincia di Sondrio (Lombardia), a place for fun and restoration of mind, body and spirit, and direct contact with uncontaminated nature. This famous ski locality, nestled within a high-altitude valley, holds on to its ancient traditions, but without foregoing any of the comforts and pleasures of modernity.
Urbino, a splendid pearl of a city within the Marches Region, is home to the Montefeltro Ducal Palace and its gallery that holds the famous painting of "The Flagellation of Christ." Painted by Piero della Francesca, it is considered by art historians to be a certified enigma.
Ischia, the island of the Sun-god extolled by Homer, boasts an ancient history: it was the first Greek settlement in the west, as well as the residence of queens and noblewomen during the course of the 16th Century. A famous setting for films and the stomping ground for a number of artists, politicians and entertainment personalities in the 1960s.