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"Cinque Terre" Ligurian Sea, North Italy
Imagine the Azzure Ligurian Sea in North Italy - the rocky cliffs that jutt out of the water (2000-3000 ft) surrounded by lush grenery & vineyards. In between that natural landscape, is situated five little quaint fishing villages (called Cinque Terre) named Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza & Monterosso Al Mare. I went in late January and so it was cold and I saw snow on top of the mountains. I stayed in Riomaggiore. I have to say this is truly one of the most beautiful places I have ever gone to in all of my travels. Thanks for your visit to my photo album and I hope you find my camera 'work' satisfying.
Date(s): Jan 25th & 26th, 2007. Album by Aroni Banerjee. Photos by Aroni Banerjee. 1 - 16 of 66 Total. 1702 Visits.
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Vernazza!!
From the top as I am finishing my hike towards it from Corniglia

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Stunning views of Corniglia as it emerges from ...
within the trees as I finish my hike from Volastra

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Manarola: From a distance

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Main Square in Manarola
Where the boats are docked in a patio

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me at the Manarola harbor (sea level)

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The rugged cliffs
View of the Liguria and the cliffs as we start the "Walkway of Love" (Villa D'Amore)

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Cinque Terre Day 2 Awesome 098

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The house where I stayed (room on top to the right)
Next to a 18th century church in Riomaggiore, 45 euros a night with breakfast! :)

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Village of Manarola
Houses are literally built into the rocks and notice how they are all using a certain vibrant earthy color pattern

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Parts of Villa'D Amore
Built literally into the rockface

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Villa'D Amore (walkway of love)
This very romantic walkway was built in the 60s hugging the ridgeline

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From a verandah in Corniglia

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Notice the snow....
in the background...with the seaside cliffs in the foreground

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Do you see Manarola in the distance?
Against the light blue background of the Ligurian sea?

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Me in seaside hilltop in Corniglia
With the village of Manarola behind in the distance

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The path of my hike

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cool pics. The rugged coastline reminded me of Tintin comics. The largest town reminded me of a scene from the movie 'Ronin' (with  Robert de Niro)
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sundar, Mon, 29 Jan 2007 8:30PM
 
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