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POLL: Most cherished Italian towns or villages

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Hi everyone,

It looks like we are heading back to Italy yet again for our summer, 2016 vacation.

We do not know whether to visit a new area that we have not been to before or to explore an area we have seen, but more thoroughly.

We thought it would interesting to find out what everyone's top three most cherished smaller Italian towns and villages are. They do not have to be the most interesting, but they could be the places that left a lasting mark on your memory.

Our top three are:

1. Bellagio
2. Otranto
3. Noli


Andrea

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