Venice (Italy) is a city visited by 27 million tourists a year, you can imagine what impact does this have on the daily lives of residents. But fortunately there is a magic Venice frozen in time. An "Unknown Venice" for tourists, which tells about ancient places, boys playing in the streets, neighbors who eat in the square and the silence of darkness that embrace the streets at night.
Travel by Train
Italy is a small country but its shape and location give it a variety of different landscapes from region to region. The train trip gives me unusual scenarios and calm to admire this fantastic country.
Taranto, nobody's land
The strangeness of the industrial structures of the general sense of everyday reality; a city that is not seen and is interpreted as the sign of a non-membership; the lack of detail and depth of tones that express the daily sense of helplessness that lives the city and its citizens.
Taranto has the largest steelworks in Europe, founded in 1961 by the time at center of a debate for the strong environmental impact. In January 2012 the owners and managers have been investigated for intentional ambiental disaster, poisoning of foodstuffs and many other accusations. 12,000 people work in the factory, and the city has always lived the blackmail of having to choose between the right to work and the right to health.