Vicenza in Gold

There is something about Vicenza that makes one want to keep it a secret and preserve it from hoards of tourists that can be seen in large numbers in other cities in the area such as famous Verona. I have long wanted to go there, and it is odd that my trip had waited so long considering that it is only about 4 and a half hours drive from my home.
Bathed in gold, on a warm summer’s night Vicenza was a welcoming, inspiring and enchanting place to discover.

 
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palladian windows
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35 thoughts on “Vicenza in Gold

  1. Paula — Wonderful, short post on my adopted hometown. Great pics of the iconic Basilica Palladiana and Piazza dei Signore. Too bad you didn’t tell me ahead of time that you were coming; I could’ve given you my “one euro” tour of the centro storico and a Spritz Veneziano aperitivo “on the house.” Next time, okay?

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    • ๐Ÿ˜€ Thank you TPT. It was a great fun discovering the town by ourselves … I wasn’t a tour guide for five summers in my country for nothing ๐Ÿ˜‰

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  2. What an enchanting place Paula and your shots are great! The music adds to its beauty for sure. Thanks for sharing hon. ๐Ÿ˜€ *big hugs*

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  4. Oh dear Paula, you have brought us the splendid beauty of Vicenza, beautiful compositions!.
    It is find most inspiring to look through your eyes. I am eager to learn more about photography and you sure are role model to me. Thanks! Have a lovely day.โ™ฅ

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    • My dear Dina, I know you are an honest person and I really like you, but you have made wrong judgement here … your photos are better than mine, and I mean it. I can’t be a role model – at least not to you :D. Thank you, you have made me laugh (you have no idea how much I needed a laugh today :D)

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  5. These are gorgeous Paula! It’s like I’m on my own personal treasure hunt. Every time I think I’ve read all the notification emails hiding in my inbox, another one pops up. It’s actually kind of exciting seeing what I’ve missed ๐Ÿ˜€

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