Travelogue. Destination Italy - J.W. Goethe

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"If between the seventeenth and first half of the eighteenth century, the Grand Tour of Italy went only a little further than Naples, in more advanced times the foreign travelers in the Italian peninsula went even further south, towards the South. Sicily and Magna Graecia - Palermo and Segesta in particular - thus became an unmissable destination for the "grand tourists" who were the first to narrate the natural and historical beauties of those places in their travelers' diaries and helped to write the" [continue]

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