Friday, July 23, 2010

Anyone who loves Venice will likely fall for Corfu, too. I've not been, but I'm already quite smitten. Corfu was once a key piece in the vast and powerful puzzle of properties that made up the Republic of Venice. For four centuries, Corfu was an outpost of the Most Serene Republic. Though a part of Greece, this idyllic island has plenty of Italian history and soul.

Read more about the Old Town of Corfu here.

Your comments on this image are welcome, and encouraged! And a question for the photographer - #victoria# - if s/he is so inclined: Is there anything special about this moment, day, trip, or place beyond what you've shared on Flickr that you'd like to add or comment on here? Along with other vivaca visitors, I would love to know more!

Location: Corfu Town, Corfu (Greece) ★
Photo courtesy of #victoria#


  1. Walking down the busy touristic Corfu-town alley's, suddenly drifting into a narrow sideway finding a big surprise. There it was, a quiet small area, no people, only the birds singing there song and the beautifull Corfu scenery, just asking to be frozen by my camera for ever.

  2. Ahhh ... Thank you for that, Victoria. Sounds like a dream.



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