Mediterraneo
Italy and Greece through the lens.
A Photoblog by Go South East (just another travel blog).
I like simple things in life.
Bernalda (Basilicata), September 2014

I like simple things in life.

Bernalda (Basilicata), September 2014

Visiting Metapontum (Metaponto), which was an important ancient Greek city in Magna Graecia on the Gulf of Taranto.

Visiting Metapontum (Metaponto), which was an important ancient Greek city in Magna Graecia on the Gulf of Taranto.

A special encounter in Bernalda, where the family of Francis Ford Coppola came from.

A special encounter in Bernalda, where the family of Francis Ford Coppola came from.

Back from Basilicata, Italy’s undiscovered South. 
The picture was taken in Matera, UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Back from Basilicata, Italy’s undiscovered South. 

The picture was taken in Matera, UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Watch your steps!
The spiral stairs of the Vatican Museum.

Watch your steps!

The spiral stairs of the Vatican Museum.

Needless to say, where I have taken the photos ;-)

The southeast of Italy is famous for its beautiful beaches. Less well known is the area of “Monti Dauni" (province of Foggia) in the northwestern edge of Puglia. Here are some of my  photos taken from “Monte Cornacchia”, the highest peak of the Apulia region.

Seen in the small Museum of Faeto.
The picturesque village of Faeto is the highest commune of the Apulia region (Italian Puglia) in southeast Italy.

Seen in the small Museum of Faeto.

The picturesque village of Faeto is the highest commune of the Apulia region (Italian Puglia) in southeast Italy.