Italy is a country consisting of a peninsula delimited by the Alps and surrounded by several islands. It is home of some of the most famous structures in the world. The concept of a basilica was born in Italy. And from there, the concept which described an open public court building evolved into a Catholic pilgrimage site and spread around the world.
In this documentary, we visit ten coastal areas of Italy. On the way, we meet people that have a specific relationship with their region. Take a look at some traditions about ten coastal areas in Italy.
Bonus: the documentary includes flying drone cameras providing birds-eye views as important element of the documentary.
As a result, we get spectacular images from completely different angles providing us with landscape overviews and detailed insights.
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