Every Country on Earth has at least 1 site included in the UNESCO list of world heritage, however there is a Country which, provided the small scale of it's extension and the unparalleled cultural heritage, ranks 1st in such list: Italy.
Recently I wrote about several attractions of Oman, which led me to the idea of taking a trip to this surprisingly beautiful and relaxing Country. Many of my readers asked me about my travel itinerary as they also might be planning to take a tour to Oman in the near future. Therefore today I am providing you with my 2018 tour itineray, which I hope might be useful to you.
I landed in Muscat in the evening, spent a night at a hotel close to the airport, and then move to the districts of Al-Dakhiliya, then to the district of Al-Sharkiya and finally to the district of Al-Batinah in 12 days.
Although the concept of Mediterranean Diet is shared pretty much by every Country bordering the sea, the inclusion in the world heritage list was promoted by 4 Countries from both the north and south shore: Italy. Spain, Greece and Morocco.
A couple of years ago I spent my Christmas break in Oman, a Country in the Arab Peninsula bordering Saudi Arabia, the UA and Yemen. I toured a lot the east and south east of the Country starting from the capital city, Muscat, passing by the former capital, Nizwa, down to the sand desert close to the village of Bidiyah, and I spent the night in the desert.
If you want to reach the highest tips of the Alps you must go to Italy (although the location of the highest cliff of Mount Blanc is still an open controversy between Italy and France): Mont Blanc, Matterhorn and the Pink Mount are all in Italy, (although they are accessible also from France and Swizterland)
The reason why the Dante's Inferno is so successful is the ability of the author to depict in such an imaginative way the punishements that await the sinful people in hell, in such a way to impact, still today, on the collective imagination of us all. There is no representation of heall, in the arts, in movies or theatre shows which doesn't make reference to Dante's Inferno