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Photo of the Week #5: Italian Streets

Old Fiats add a dash of class among the old brick streets of Florence. Small and compact, Fiats are able to weave in and out of traffic with the same ease as a moped or bicycle making them a favorite among Italian drivers. Get behind the wheel of a vintage Fiat, an icon of Italy, and putter around the Tuscan countryside. Related Articles: Photo of the Week #4 Photo of the
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Photo of the Week #4: Fallen Soldiers in Florence

Many people don't know that about 20 minutes outside of Florence is a cemetery that mirrors that of Arlington in the United States. The lines of crosses in perfect unison at the Florence American Cemetery and Memorial site in Italy covers 70 acres and memorializes the soldiers who lost their lives while fighting in Italy during World War 2. The memorial site is open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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Photo of the Week #3: Secret Sunset Spot

[caption id="attachment_231" align="aligncenter" width="660"] View of the Duomo from the Palazzo Vecchio tower. (Photo by Alyssa Gregory)[/caption] Not everything closes by 5 in Florence. Fill those late hours of the day with a tour of the Palazzo Vecchio museum and tower which are open late. Seen the sunset from Piazza Michelangelo and the bridges? Visit the tower around 8 pm and you'll get a close up view of the city
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Photo of the week

[caption id="attachment_213" align="aligncenter" width="539"] Sunset and the Duomo by Seth Dennis.[/caption] Constantly carried, it comes as no surprise that cellphones have become the camera of choice for most young travelers. Being easy to transport is a huge plus. And as demonstrated above the picture quality can easily outperform many cheap digital cameras. With filters and editing abilities on the phones. Now, people are using their cellphone cameras to capture more than