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  • Genoa
    Genoa, the capital of Liguria, is known as "La Superba" (The Proud One) and renowned since medieval times for its fundamental role in sea trade and for its old city centre– one of Europe's biggest. The symbol of the city is the Lanterna, the tallest light house in the Mediterranean, standing at 77 metres high.  
  • Rome
    Rome is the capital city of Italy and it needs no introduction. With its ruins and its churches, it is the cradle of history and of Christianity. It is also the indisputable star of films by great directors (from "La dolce vita" by Federico Fellini to "The Great Beauty" by Paolo Sorrentino), and every corner has a story to tell…
  • Terni
    Terni, in Umbria, is situated where the Serra and Nera rivers converge. In the late 19th century it became an important centre for iron, steel and chemicals. It was heavily bombed during the Second World War by the Allied forces and later rebuilt.
  • Paris
    Paris is not only the capital of France, but the most visited city in the world. It is famous for fashion, food and wine, its architecture ranging from Notre Dame Cathedral to the Eiffel Tower, the wonders from all over the world on display in the Louvre, and the Impressionist masterpieces housed in the Musée d'Orsay.
  • Hamburg
    Hamburg with its 1,800,000 inhabitants is Germany's second largest city by population and its most important port (Europe's second largest). It stands on the river Elbe, which flows into the North Sea a 100 kilometres away.
  • Edimburgh
    Edinburgh is the capital and second largest city in Scotland by population (after Glasgow). Together with the castle, the historical parts of the city (Old and New Town) were declared UNESCO World Heritage sites in 1995. It is one of the most visited cities in Great Britain, and its university is considered one of the most prestigious worldwide. It is famous for its International Festival, the world's largest theatre festival, held during the last three weeks in August since 1947.
  • Priolo Gargallo
    Priolo Gargallo is about 15 kilometres from Siracusa. With Melilli and Augusta it forms part of the "Siracusa Petrochemical Centre" (oil refining and transformation of its derivatives, energy production). It is also home to the Saline di Priolo oriented nature reserve, one of Italy's most important protected areas for bird species.
  • Alberona
    Alberona, in the province of Foggia, is part of the association "I borghi più belli d'Italia". (Italy's most beautiful towns).
  • Bortigiadas
    Bortigiadas, in the province of Sassari, is situated in the historical sub-region of Gallura. Its economy is mainly based on tourism, and on cork and granite industries.
  • Carlentini
    Carlentini is in the province of Siracusa. It is famous for being one of the three towns in what is known as the "Blood Orange Triangle", an area in the plain of Catania, between Lentini and Francofonte.
  • Camporeale
    Camporeale is in Sicily and has an economy based on agriculture and vine growing. In fact, in the province of Palermo, it is one of the municipalities most cultivated with vines.
  • Caraffa di Catanzaro
    Caraffa di Catanzaro is at the gates of the city of Catanzaro and is known as the "Città tra due mari" (Town between two seas) as it stands on the narrowest strip of land in Italy. Here, only 30 km separate the Ionian and the Tyrrhenian seas.
  • Forenza
    Forenza is in the province of Potenza. The local economy is mainly driven by olive and vine growing: Aglianico del Vulture, considered one of the great Italian red wines, is made here. The town is also a part of the National Oil Cities Association.
  • Monacilioni
    Monacilioni, in Molise, is around 20 kilometres northeast of Campobasso and stands at an altitude of 590 metres.
  • Montefalcone di Val Fortore
    Montefalcone di Val Fortore, in Molise, is in an area rich in springs and woodlands. It is the highest town in the province of Benevento (981 metres a.s.l.).
  • Montaguto
    Montaguto in the province of Avellino stands between Cervaro valley and the mountains of Daunia. The local economy is marked by livestock rearing and the production of fruit, vegetables and cereals.
  • Ploaghe
    Ploaghe is in the province of Sassari, Sardinia, and stands on the slopes of Monte San Matteo, an extinct volcano, at an altitude of over 400 metres.
  • Chartres
    Chartres is in France, in the region of Centre-Val de Loire. The city's most famous monument is Notre Dame Cathedral, an example of gothic architecture and whose historical and cultural importance has been recognised by UNESCO (a World Heritage site since 1979).
  • Fruges
    Fruges is a small town in the Hauts-de-France region of France, in the Pas-de-Calais department.
  • Saleux
    Saleux is a French town situated in the Somme department in the Hauts-de-France region.
  • Troyes
    Troyes is the capital of the department of Aube, in the Grand Est region. It is 159 km from Paris and home to 16th century timber-framed houses in the narrow streets of the city centre.
  • Nantes
    Nantes is the capital of the Pays de la Loire region. It stands on the river Loire and is the historical capital of Brittany. Here you can visit the Castle of the Dukes of Brittany and the museum of Jules Verne, who came from the city.
  • Celle
    Celle is situated in Lower Saxony and has an old town centre with timber-framed houses. It is the birthplace of the Hannover dynasty, later Windsor. It is twinned with the eponymous town Celle in Liguria.
  • Cottbus
    Cottbus is in Brandenburg, Germany; it is a city marked by Baroque style buildings and plenty of parks.
  • Leisnig
    Leisnig is a small town in Saxony, Germany. It is situated 50 km from Chemnitz, in the basin of the Ore Mountains, on the border between Germany and the Czech Republic.
  • Akaksovo
    Akaksovo is a town in the province of Varna, Bulgaria. The province lies on the Black Sea and is rich in halite, limestone, silica and clay deposits, all widely used in the local chemical, cement and glass industries.
  • Costanza
    Costanza is in Romania, on the western coast of the Black Sea and capital of the district of the same name. It is also an important port and major industrial centre.
  • Warsaw
    Warsaw is the capital of Poland and stands on the river Vistula. It is the largest city in Poland. Since 1980, its historical centre has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. The old part of the city was destroyed by bombing in the Second World War and later completely rebuilt.

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