The starting point is always home.
And home is Tuscany, my house, my dogs, my trees.
During Spring, the garden in front of the house has always a strong smell of jasmine – perfect for relaxing.
The “easy to walk” streets of Cortona.
You need to be fit to visit Cortona.
San Francesco church is located in a very high neighborhood but it’s worth a visit.
Ups and downs during a very sunny day.
The view from the old dismissed hospital of Cortona; it is now used as center for temporary exhibition of contemporary Art and photographs.
Graffiti decorating the staircase of the old dismissed hospital.
Some hidden corner of Cortona.
A view of Rugapiana.
Section of the defensive walls around Porta Colonia: originally built by Etruscans, they were expanded by Romans and during the Middle Age.
Private dismissed house used as site for the temporary exhibition of photographs during “Cortona on the move” event.
Santa Maria Nuova is a beautiful church out of the walls of Cortona. A must see for lovers of landscapes and architecture.
Rugapiana is the main street of Cortona.
The view of the valley from the “Fortezza del Girifalco”, a medieval fortress that dominates Cortona.
The gardens of the Fortezza del Girifalco.
Graffiti in the “Ex-Mattatoio”, a dismissed slaughterhouse.
View of Cortona from the valley.
The view of Valdichiana.
The valley and in the background Trasimeno Lake.
Part of the walls of the Fortezza.
And of course, my wise and full – of – love dog Fedor.
And my little princess (a real troublemaker), Gea.