Cinque Terre: Monterosso, Manarola and Porto Venere

DSC_0121The town of Manarola.DSC_0152DSC_0155DSC_0165The breathtaking view of Manarola.DSC_0180DSC_0191Manarola from below.DSC_0198Monterosso, the only village of Cinque Terre to have a beach.DSC_0202The beach of Monterosso.DSC_0211DSC_0232Taking a cruise to see all of Cinque Terre.DSC_0244The purple rocks of Cinque Terre, are actually fossils left behind by an extinct species of shellfish, that were used to make dye for the color purple.DSC_0252A church in the village of Porto Venere.DSC_0277

Mulberry Ink

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3 thoughts on “Cinque Terre: Monterosso, Manarola and Porto Venere

  1. Love those colorful European homes. I have a fascination with them. For many years! Have several pictures that I have enjoyed for years. Especially enjoy the ones on the hill and the one of the alley, what looks like is an uphill picture. Very enjoyable!

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