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Evening lights in Fiuggi

Fiuggi is a comune (municipality) in the province of Frosinone in the region of Lazio in central Italy. The town of Fiuggi became famous for its Acqua di Fiuggi (Fiuggi Water) which flows from its natural springs and mountains. The water has been used in Italy since as early as the 14th century and is famous for its natural healing properties.Fiuggi, originally called Anticoli di Campagna, gained fame as early as the 14th century, when Pope Boniface VIII claimed his kidney stones had been healed by the mineral waters from the nearby Fiuggi spring. Two centuries later Michelangelo also extolled the virtues of the water that cured him of what he called "the only kind of stone I couldn't love." Soon Acqua di Fiuggi was being sent in bottles to all of Europe's royalty. Not until the turn of the 20th century did it become fashionable to make pilgrimages to spa towns, and it was around this time that the King of Italy renamed Anticoli in honor of its most celebrated attraction - The Fiuggi Water.
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Sep 11, 2017, 10:12:32 PM
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sergemalivert's avatar
Très belle ambiance. Bon choix du noir et blanc.
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Belle prise de vue
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Nice photograph, Citizen! Wow, it would be exciting if Fiuggi invited the Giro d'Italia bicycle racers up this narrow cobblestone section of road some year. I haven't heard anything about it, but very sadly, I'm afraid the Giro will fall victim to the virus scare, just as so many other sporting events have this Spring and Summer.

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I love the atmosphere!
I was in this town long ago (in the 90ties) - it is so beautiful :)
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It feels like a scene from an old black and white movie:) (Smile) 
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