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Thousands of people took to the streets of Rome on Saturday to celebrate Gay Pride just days after Italy's new families minister caused a storm by saying that homosexual families do not legally exist. The annual march in the Italian capital comes at a tense time in the country after a coalition government took power including the far-right, nationalist League partywhich has a long history of anti-gay rhetoric. Lorenzo Fontana, 38, was sworn in as Minister for Families and the Disabled on June 1 alongside other members of government formed by the anti-establishment Five Star Movement and the League.
Day trips. Montepulciano, is built along a narrow limestone ridge and, at m 1, ft above sea level. The town is encircled by walls and fortifications designed by Antonio da Sangallo the Elder in for Cosimo I.
The Muraglione Pass, in the mountains north of Florence, is a popular stop for area motorcyclists. But seeing it by motorcycle, I discovered in June, is one of the best. First, it solves a panoply of parking and traffic problems as you slide past the tourists crawling through the narrow hill towns hunting for a place to ditch their rental cars.
It has a panoramic position in the very heart of Tuscany, in the commune of Pienza, province of Siena. This holiday apartment in Florence is within walking distance of Ponte Vecchio, the Cathedral square, the Uffizi Gallery, Palazzo Vecchio and other main attractions of Florence. The Andromeda apartments is located on the ground floor of the main homestead and has an independent entrance.
Why the name Con Amore? Con Amore means 'with love'. There is no better way to describe our working method. Where does Con Amore organise weddings and feasts?
Pienza by night. A time when all is quiet and the beauty is there for all to witness. It is easy to suggest to go to Pienza.
E-mail: info gaytravelpros. This wonderful adventure combines the pleasure of discovering the marvelous landscapes of Italy's northern regions with the exhilaration of exploring highly memorable historic and cultural sites in some of the world's most rewarding cities. In Florence, a city surrounded olive vineyards and thick cypresses, we see Michelangelo's David at the Academia, the majestic cathedral, and the fresco-covered tombs of Michelangelo and Galileo. Via the forested ridges of the Chianti hills and the paving stones of Roman roads in Pienza, we head to Siena, known as 'the Queen of the Hill Towns'.