Narni - Cobbled Alley

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Small (12.0" x 8.0")


La Spezia, Italy

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Small 12.0" x 8.0"
Medium 18.0" x 12.0"
Large 24.0" x 16.0"
X large 30.0" x 19.9"


  • Superior quality silver halide prints
  • Archival quality Kodak Endura paper
  • Lustre: Professional photo paper with a fine grain pebble texture
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Featured in RB Explore Photography Page

Views 1924 at June – 12 – 2014

9 Features

Challenge Winner

Challenge Winner

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Ministry of Heritage and Cultural Activities, Superintendence for the Architectural, the Landscape, the Historical Heritage. Artistic and Ethno-Anthropological of Italy

Featured in Featured For A Challenge June – 12 – 2014

Featured in HIGH QUALITY IMAGES Group October – 21 – 2012

Featured in Your Country’s Best Group July – 31 – 2012

Featured in ShuTTerBugS Group July – 30 – 2012

Featured in THE GROUP-GALLERY OF ART & PHOTOGRAPHY Group July – 29 – 2012

Featured in The World As We See It , or as we missed it Group September – 20 – 2010

Challenge Winner in Which Way Group – Brick or Cobblestone Walkway or Road Challenge May – 04 – 2010

Featured in The Other Side of Italy Group April – 25 – 2010

Featured in Focus and Lighting Group November – 21 – 2009

Featured in Happy Haven Photography Group October – 12 – 2009

Challenge Winner in JPG Cast-Offs Group – Vanishing Point Challenge Agoust – 31 – 2009

Challenge Winner in à Europa Group – COBBLED STREETS & PATHWAYS Challenge June – 04 – 2009

Nikon D100 Sigma 28/70

Taken from the Album " Narni and the Tales of Narnia"


The first historical references to the town of Narni, which at that time was called “Nequinum”, go back to the year 600 A.C., but the zone had already been inhabited from Neolithic times. In 299 B.C. Narni became a Roman colony named Narnia, and in 233 B.C. it became an important fort for the construction of the “Flaminia Road”.

The Chronicle of Narnia

Narni in the last years has acquired major fame thanks to the fantasy best-seller “The Chronicle of Narnia”. The author C.S. Lewis gave probably this title to his work finding inspiration from his knowledge of Latin literature. But the writer stayed in the Italian town and his biographers report that in author’s atlas the name Narni is underlined. In addition, in his writings can be found elements connected to some symbols of the town such as the griffin, the stone lion and the ancient sacrificial stone. Perhaps the Kingdom of Narnia is here…

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