An Italian Art Studio
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Fred and I fell in love with Civitella d Agliano, a small village that sits high atop a tufa ridge within the valley of Tiber. Civitella is named after the nearby castle of Agliano. Until 1452 this hamlet belonged to the Monaldeschi and ruled by Orvieto. Today it's an artsy village that speaks beautifully of its past. The views from its perch are alone worth a trip there. I captured this shot through a window of a fascinating art studio/gallery. Unfortunately, it was closed. Must go back there:)
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