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Not for me bookish.
Love them too Nana.
Thanks Lela and chookies.
An 'idiot' Jacques!
No Hanne, but we only walked for a while. Remember they are roughly 1800 feet high!
You are welcome Celeste and PK.
Hope you get there Hester.
Yes PKH and the doorways are fascinating.
Thank you all.
Great picture Thanks Robbie
Love the doorways inset into the brick. It is so hard to imagine something so old. Must be the honey and wines that have kept it thriving so long!
Hiya Robbie, Great picture! Monte P is way up there on my wish list to visit! Some day, maybe... thanks for sharing all these great memories with us! :-))
Really cool picture. :) thanks again Robbie
This is really spectacular! The air must be terrible down there in the bottom - is it?? Thanks Robbie!!
Rob, what the Hell is a CAD???
I just love seeing these quaint narrow streets - just beautiful, Robbie:)
Lovely photo Robertini!.....
This reminds me a little of the streets in Marbella, Spain. I love these old cities! Thanks, Robbie!
There doesn't appear to be much privacy/air circulation for that little house in the middle.
You are welcome Lyndee, glad you got a chance to see it, so different from our part of the world.
So typical, these narrow streets, so picturesque. Thank you for posting.
This street forked down by that house in the middle. Not a lot of room but traffic goes by. Quaint place, very old, the town was in existence in the 3rd to 4th century BC. It sits on a hill about 600 metres high and is well known for pork, cheese, picci pasta, lentils and honey. It is well known around the world for it's wines.
This street is amazing Robbie. Thanks for sharing something I will never get to see.