Ioana B

Ioana B

Romania / Selfish and lazy/ Boring, but crazy.
Ioana B
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La facciata della chiesa di San Michele, Pavia

La facciata della chiesa di San Michele, Pavia

Ponte coperto. Bridge. Pavia, Italia.

Ponte coperto. Bridge. Pavia, Italia.

Pavia, particolare di città

Pavia, particolare di città

Pavia's old bridge, under a sky with fluffy clouds, Italy

Pavia's old bridge, under a sky with fluffy clouds, Italy

Pavia; Latin: Ticinum; Medieval Latin Papia) is a town and comune of south-western Lombardy, northern Italy

Pavia; Latin: Ticinum; Medieval Latin Papia) is a town and comune of south-western Lombardy, northern Italy

The best of Genoa, Italy: A great city to visit as well, so don’t overlook it. The lack of tourists and the ease of getting around are two great reasons to come here. Plus, of course, the beauty of the region.

The best of Genoa, Italy: A great city to visit as well, so don’t overlook it. The lack of tourists and the ease of getting around are two great reasons to come here. Plus, of course, the beauty of the region.

The buildings The history the beauty.Genoa, Italy

The buildings The history the beauty.Genoa, Italy

Маникюр | Дизайн ногтей

Маникюр | Дизайн ногтей

Have you visited Galleria Vittorio Emanuele in Milan, #Italy?

Have you visited Galleria Vittorio Emanuele in Milan, #Italy?

Pamukkale, Turkey These thermal springs in the cliffs, the naturally occurring terraced basins of Pamukkale (meaning Cotton Palace) have long attracted visitors. The thermal spa of Hierapolis was founded at the site in second century BC, offering today's visitors not only a chance to marvel at the natural geological formations created by the calcite-laden waters but also the a chance to marvel at the ruins of the once-great baths. It was declared a World Heritage Site in 1998.

Pamukkale, Turkey These thermal springs in the cliffs, the naturally occurring terraced basins of Pamukkale (meaning Cotton Palace) have long attracted visitors. The thermal spa of Hierapolis was founded at the site in second century BC, offering today's visitors not only a chance to marvel at the natural geological formations created by the calcite-laden waters but also the a chance to marvel at the ruins of the once-great baths. It was declared a World Heritage Site in 1998.