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Drifting through Puglia, Italy’s heel

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                                The view of a sunset from the lighthouse in Santa Maria di Leuca, in the Puglia region of Italy, August 2019. People climb hundreds of steps in the quiet seaside town to the lighthouse perched 300 feet above the sea to experience sunsets.

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    The view of a sunset from the lighthouse in Santa Maria di Leuca, in the Puglia region of Italy, August 2019. People climb hundreds of steps in the quiet seaside town to the lighthouse perched 300 feet above the sea to experience sunsets.

  • NEW YORK TIMES
                                The exterior of a shop in Lecce, in the Puglia region of Italy, August 2019. Lecce, a Baroque masterpiece of a city built from cream-colored limestone, is often referred to as “The Florence of the South.”

    NEW YORK TIMES

    The exterior of a shop in Lecce, in the Puglia region of Italy, August 2019. Lecce, a Baroque masterpiece of a city built from cream-colored limestone, is often referred to as “The Florence of the South.”

Puglia, the region of southern Italy in the heel of the boot-shaped country, has been called “the new Tuscany.” Read more

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