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Cáceres, Spain

The traditional ocher-and-alabaster streets of Cáceres look like a scene from an old sepia photograph come to life. Located in Extremadura, Spain’s least touristy region, Cáceres’ old town, a unique mix of Roman, Islamic, Gothic and Renaissance architecture surrounded by large stone walls, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Just outside town, the Hospes Palacio de Arenales & Spa underwent an expansion and redecoration of its historic buildings in 2020, adding an infinity pool. Another addition is El Museo Helga de Alvear, which houses the country’s most significant private collection of international contemporary art. A luxury 11-suite Relais & Châteaux hotel—complete with heated floors and marble bathtubs—will welcome guests to the refurbished Renaissance-era Casa de los Paredes–Saavedra this fall, and brand-new city tours highlight Jewish history, Muslim art and more. —Robin Catalano.
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Miami Villa Wedding Inspiration With Mediterranean Renaissance Architecture

Welcome to Italian renaissance paradise in this Miami villa wedding inspiration teeming with architecture, fashion, table styling and paperie that will have you swept into an Old World storybook romance in no time. It’s no secret that Janna Brown Design Co has a knack for garden-forward designs with an ethereal quality to them. And this sun-kissed editorial is no exception! Peach + cream florals complement the timeworn patina of the world famous Vizcaya Museum & Gardens, and a graceful strapless lace wedding gown from a beloved designer sweeps about each garden vignette, stopping time in her wake. Kt Crabb Photography encapsulates this warm, yet lighter-than-air feeling in her beautifully composed gallery below, and we cannot wait to share the magic with you now!
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The Teatro Olimpico, the Oldest Theatre in the World

The Teatro Olimpico (Olympic Theatre) in Vicenza, Italy, is widely regarded as the oldest theatre in the world. Its first performance took place roughly 550 years ago, in 1585. Other than its respectable age, the Teatro Olimpico is also one of the most beautiful theatres in Europe and perhaps the world. It was designed by Andrea Palladio, an Italian architect, and a master of Renaissance architecture. Nowadays, the building is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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Lokrum Monastery

Just a ten minute boat ride from Dubrovnik in Croatia is the beautiful Lokrum Island, home to stunning wildlife: its main inhabitants are peacocks and rabbits. A French fort and a Benedictine Monastery and Abbey make for both a historic and scenic visit. History of Lokrum Monastery. Lokrum Island is...
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Radisson Collection Hotel, Palazzo Nani Venice

Built in the 16th century, the elegant Radisson Collection Hotel, Palazzo Nani Venice is an iconic boutique hotel situated in a prestigious location close to the Ponte delle Guglie and overlooks the Cannaregio Canal. Following an extensive restoration, the luxurious Palazzo Nani will become the perfect embodiment of the Radisson Collection brand, blending impeccable design with the authenticity and vibrant atmosphere of this unique location. This Venetian jewel of Renaissance architecture will feature 52 rooms and three apartments, and spacious halls illuminated by natural light. The courtyard garden is a perfect venue to enjoy an exquisite breakfast or finish the day with a signature cocktail at the hotel's Zoja Restaurant. Opening in September 2021.
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