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Accent the first "i" when you pronounce the name of this provincial Calabrian city, notable for its Aragonese castle, synagogue, and 16th-century San Giuliano church. It's also a great jumping-off point for the Albanian-speaking village of Cìvita, and Pollino, Italy’s biggest national park, farther afield. Castrovillari's world-class restaurant-inn, La Locanda di Alia, has made the city something
of a gastronomical destination.
A well-established international tourist destination, Alberobello’s amalgamation of more than 1,000 trulli huddled together along steep, narrow...
This remote village off the SS598 in the center of Basilicata's empty interior was the site of Carlo Levi's internment during 1936 and 1937...