Some beach images in locations around Island of Santa Catarina, where most of the city of Florianópolis is located.
Verona is located on the region of Veneto, northern Italy. It is one of the main travel destinations in Italy, and has been awarded World Heritage Site status by UNESCO because of its urban structure and architecture.
Situated between Milan and Venice, Verona is well known as the city of Romeo and Juliet, but it has much more to offer. The historic center is plenty of historic atractions, from the Verona Arena (Arena di Verona), built by the Romans in the 1st century, to medieval buildings, like Castelvecchio (Old Castle in Italian), a 14th century medieval complex built as a residence and fortress. The beautiful bridges crossing the Adige River, the nice bars, restaurants and cafes, the wonderful food, everything makes Verona a must to see place when in Italy.
Coro, or Santa Ana de Coro, is a very charming colonial town in the northwest of Venezuela. It was founded in 1527 as the first capital of Venezuela Province and head of the first bishop founded in South America in 1531.
It is one of the oldest and best preserved colonial towns in South America. This can be seen in the colorful houses and historic buildings with Spanish, Antillean and Dutch architectural influences along the cobblestone paved streets, retaining much of the original layout of the city. This fact led UNESCO to designate the historic center of Coro as a World Heritage Site in 1993.
But two consecutive years of heavy rains caused damages to some of the old structures, prompting UNESCO to place Coro on the List of World Heritage in Danger in 2005, where it remains until today.