Traveling to small towns in Italy
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Traveling to small towns in Italy

by Lee JungHong
(Chofu, Tokyo, Japan)

When I was in Korea, I usually made a plan for a trip. I didn't have any information for a trip, so I went to the library at my university.

As I passed the tour corner, I found some books about Italy. The content was for small towns in Italy. Of a lot of small towns, the most interesting towns were Alberobello, Gallipoli, Matera, Spello, Verona, & Burano. Maybe if you check my pictures above, do you feel something when you see them at this moment?

In my case, I feel like a dream that I was in the middle century like a movie, like someone who dreams the situation for a trip about fantasy. Also I think that it makes me consider a trip to Italy, but I have heard information about Italians. They have a mind for caring about other people's home country. If they meet a new person in their hometown, at first they ask them their country.

If we don't have this information, tourists probably have a misunderstanding about Italians! The reason why I can explain about Italians is that I read a book about Italy. Even though I've never been there, I can recommend to you somewhere about Italy.

And if I have 1 year after becoming 27 years old, I will travel there at once. ^^

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