Photographer specializing in editorial and stock photography in Italy

My archive consists primarily in images of Rome and Italy. I'm interested in telling the styles of everyday life and the particular aspects that characterize the sights and their cultures.

Medieval village of Mogliano in central Italy
Mogliano is a comune in the Province of Macerata in the Italian region Marche. Mogliano rises on a hill at 313 m. on the sea level and halfway between the Sibillini mountains and the Adriatic coast, an ancient village in the charming and relaxing hilly landscapes known for the craftsmanship of wicker used for the production of: baskets and furniture.
Norcia and its gastronomy
Norcia is a town in the province of Perugia (Italy) in southeastern Umbria. Unlike many ancient towns, it is located in a wide plain abutting the Monti Sibillini, a subrange of the Apennines with some of its highest peaks, near the Sordo River, a small stream that eventually flows into the Nera. The town is popularly associated with the Valnerina (the valley of that river).
Porta Portese flea market in Rome
Porta Portese is the largest flea market in Rome and also one of the oldest – a true icon. A Sunday morning at Porta Portese market is a lot of fun. Get ready for a distinctly Italian experience at this busy and lively street market in Rome. The choice of items to be found at Porta Portese is vast – second-hand clothes, the odd antique, bric-a-brac, vintage vinyl, and much more.
Verdicchio Wine festival in Staffolo village
Verdicchio is a white Italian wine grape variety grown primarily in the Marche region of central Italy. The name Verdicchio derives from verde (or "green") and refers to the slight green/yellow hue that wines made from the grape can have.
The Castle Pallotta in Caldarola medieval town, Italy
From the top of the hill, it rises over Caldarola an evocative fairy overview. The castle was built during the second half of 9th century, it was radically changed during the end of 16th century when the Cardinal Evangelista Pallotta wanted it to turn into a majestic and harmonious renaissance building; the Cardinal would use it as his own holiday home. The ancient castle still has its original walls, the Guelph battlement, the patrol ways and the drawbridge, rooms and carriages, saddlery and weapons, works of art on canvas, sculptures, frescoes and old furniture.
Carsulae Archaeological Park
View of the archaeological site of Carsulae. Carsulae is an archaeological site in Umbria, central Italy, now one of the most impressive archaeological ruins in Italy.
The medieval village of Monte San Martino
Monte San Martino is a comune in the Province of Macerata in the Italian region Marche. You can trace the origins of this town back to Roman times, when the land was already inhabited by a colony of Piceni who settled here after the defeat of Strafone.
Terracina is a pleasant seaside resort in the south of the Lazio region, between Rome and Naples. It was an important port on the Roman Appian Way, and the site of a major temple to Jupiter.
The Fontana dell'Acqua Paola in Rome
The Fontana dell'Acqua Paola also known as Il Fontanone ("The big fountain") is a monumental fountain located on the Janiculum Hill, near the church of San Pietro in Montorio, in Rome.
Montecassiano medieval village in Italy
The town is still surrounded by medieval walls that allow entering the centre only from its three ancient gates.
Bevagna medieval town in Italy
Located in the very heart of Umbria Region (central Italy), Bevagna is on the western edge of the plain of Foligno, at the foot of the hills where Montefalco rises, near a bend in the Timia River.
Chioggia a Little Venice
Chioggia is a coastal town in the Veneto region of northern Italy.The town is situated on a small island at the southern entrance to the Lagoon of Venice about 25 kilometres south of Venice.
San Felice Circeo, Italy
San Felice Circeo is a village in the province of Latina, in the Lazio region of central Italy. It is included in that Circeo National Park. Sites include the Grotta Guattari, one of the oldest Neanderthal man finding sites in Italy.
The Sanctuary of Loreto
Loreto as the seat of the Basilica della Santa Casa, a popular Catholic pilgrimage site in Marche Region, central Italy.
The Galleria in Piazza Colonna in Rome
The Gallery is situated at the centre of Campo Marzio, in front of the column of Marcus Aurelius, facing the square from where it is possible to admire prestigious architectures of the modern Rome, and in particular the 16th century palace which belonged to Agostino Chigi during the 17th century. Today the Galleria in Piazza Colonna is one of the most renowned and charming places in the city, both due to its central location, as well as due to is prestigious architectural design, without excluding the myth which has always veiled this place.
The church of San Cosimato in Rome
The church of San Cosimato was originally built in the 10th century in the Trastevere rione. Originally, it was built as a Benedictine monastery dedicated to Saints Cosmas and Damian, from whom it derives its name, and it carried the added designation of in mica aurea (“in the golden sand”) due to the presence of fluvial sand of yellowish color.
Offida medieval town in central Italy
The original structure of the old centre of Offida, which is within the fifteenth century castle walls, dates back to XII-XIII, with a panoramic view that sweeps from Mount Ascensione to the chain of Sibillini mountains, from Monte dei Fiori to the Adriatic Sea, and on clear days, to the Gran Sasso mountain and the Maiella.
Rome landmarks - some pictures
Trastevere neighborhood in Rome
Trastevere is one of the prettiest neighbourhoods in Rome with its narrow cobblestone streets, colourful buildings dripping with ivy, and balconies enlivened with geraniums.
Religious architecture in Rome
Boasting around 900 churches in total, the city of Rome is the best place in the world to discover religious architecture. Italy‘s capital is famous for being one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, and nowhere is this more evident than in the breathtaking architecture, world-class art, and fascinating histories of Rome’s churches.
Landmarks in Italy - some pictures
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