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Liguria photos, a gallery of royalty-free images available with different types of licenses and formats for all types of use, from advertising to publishing. High quality images can be purchased and downloaded directly from the portal. In case of need, it is possible to request the execution of particular shots in the villages of the Cinque Terre and in the province of La Spezia.
The city of Genoa, the capital of Liguria, is present in the collection of images of Liguria with the Porto Antico with the Aquarium, the Bigo panoramic lift, the windmills, cruise ships and moored boats. The historical part of the city is documented in Piazza De Ferrari, in the Arch of Victory or Triumph, in the Brignole station and in the monument to Christopher Columbus.
The Cinque Terre include the villages of Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza and Monterosso. The Liguria photo selection includes both the images taken inside the villages and those taken from the paths that climb the mountains. These paths are not frequented by tourists, as they are reserved for expert hikers. The photos taken from these panoramic points show the sea landscapes and the typical vegetation of Liguria.
The village of Portovenere is located south of the Cinque Terre, on the promontory that borders the extremity of the Gulf of Poets, in the province of La Spezia. The images of the Liguria photo selection show the architecture of the village and the views. Among the buildings there are: the Church of San Pietro, the colorful houses overlooking the port, the defensive walls. Several images document the natural environment of the Palmaria and Tino islands, located in front of Portovenere.
Lerici, Tellaro, San Terenzo
At the opposite end of Portovenere, in the Gulf of Poets (as the Gulf of La Spezia is called), there are the villages of Lerici, Tellaro and San Terenzo. Lerici and San Terenzo are located within a single bay where the respective castles are located at the ends. The village of Tellaro is instead located in a secluded position and reachable only by a single road.