17 March 2016

Padova (Italy)













Shared with:
Laura at Décor To Adore
Stacey from Poofing the Pillows
Jemma from At Home With Jemma

18 comments:

  1. Bellissimo il tuo blog !
    sono venuta qui per ringraziarti per le belle parole scritte su ~ My little of world ~ e visto quanto di bello condividi ti seguo con gioia !
    Che la tua giornata sia colma di serenità,
    te lo auguro di cuore

    Daniela

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  2. Good morning. It's so nice to take a little time traveling Italy today. :)

    So glad to see you early this morning at Thoughts of Home on Thursday.

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  3. Sitting here with my coffee and enjoying the stunning architect of Italy!
    Thank you for this lovely post and for joining us at Thoughts Of Home On Thursday.

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  4. The colors and architecture is simply stunning Manu! Thank you so very much for sharing this at TOHOT and Happy St. Patrick's Day!

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  5. So beautiful, Manu! Thank you for taking us along to this lovely place! xo K

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  6. Qué bonitos recuerdos :) Tengo que volver a tu país! me gusta tanto...

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  7. Thank you for another beautiful post.
    Thank you for sharing this with us at Thoughts of Home on Thursday. We are so glad you are here.

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  8. The architecture is just gorgeous!! Thanks for sharing the beauty with us all :)

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  9. Hi Manu! Thanks for stopping by my "dusty" blog :o) Hope to post more often now.
    Those are gorgeous photos! I wish one day I can visit Italy!
    A wonderful weekend for you, too!

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  10. Italy is amazing!! Have you already tried all top food of Italy :)? I looooove this cuisine! :-)

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  11. Truly stunning, my friend! What a wonderful place to experience. Hugs to you!

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  12. Una delle mie città preferite!

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  13. What a stunning place. I love the faded colours on the clock face walls. Have a wonderful weekend x

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  14. Those buildings are amazing ... the history, and the lives lived in and around them ... It must have been a wonderful to visit and see the city!

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