National Geographic June 1915
Exploring a labyrinth of canals, streets, and famous piazzas, the author tries to fathom Venice’s power over the human imagination but finds the city to be a sphinx whose enigma we never wholly penetrate.
Frontier Cities of Italy
Beginning at Genoa, a Mediterranean gateway to northern Italy, the author tours from Milan and Pavia on the Lombard plain to Verona, the city of Romeo and Juliet.
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