A Weekly Travel Postcard from the Province of Piacenza, Italy.
Today I would like to present to you as a Weekly Travel Postcard one of my pictures taken in a little village close to Parma, in the province of Piacenza in Northern Italy. It is located pretty close to the Certosa di Pavia I have already told you about in my previous article.
I have noticed this interesting looking house, typical to this region, during our evening walk from the hotel where we have stayed overnight. The houses here are mostly build from brick and some natural stones. As you can see even a fence was constructed in the same way. The roof is made of reddish-orange clay tiles, as most of the roofs in Italy. There are grapes growing in a sunny spot in the garden and some red hollyhocks along the fence. Climbing roses would be typical to this area, as well as wisteria. I thought it was a nice, charming house and I took a picture.
It is a very quiet area with lots of fields around and just a few houses. Many of them have beautiful flowers, blooming trees and shrubs in the garden and in front of the house.
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