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The 3 Weirdest And Spookiest Places In Italy

You think Italy is just a land of sun, Dolce Vita and relaxed atmosphere? Think again. This 5 places will make you change your mind.

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1. San Galgano Abbey

San Galgano, next to Siena, is an abandoned abbey where there's also a mysterious sword in the stone. But the story here is quote different from the more famous English one. The opposite, actually.
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San Galgano, next to Siena, is an abandoned abbey where there's also a mysterious sword in the stone. But the story here is quote different from the more famous English one. The opposite, actually.

2. Curon Venosta

Next to the border with Austria and Switzerland, a bell tower rises from a calm Alpine lake. As you can imagine, this weird phenomenon was caused by the construction of a dam in the '50s.
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Next to the border with Austria and Switzerland, a bell tower rises from a calm Alpine lake. As you can imagine, this weird phenomenon was caused by the construction of a dam in the '50s.

3. Parco dei Mostri, Bomarzo

Bomarzo's Park of the Monsters was built by a prince in honor of his passed wife and it's designed like an initiation path full of alchemical symbols. Unsurprisingly, this place was loved by Salvador Dalì.
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Bomarzo's Park of the Monsters was built by a prince in honor of his passed wife and it's designed like an initiation path full of alchemical symbols. Unsurprisingly, this place was loved by Salvador Dalì.

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