Tag - cats

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Cats Slumber on Caesar’s Grave – Torre Argentina Cat Sanctuary
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A 10th Century Abbot and His Cats – Monasterboice & Celtic High Crosses
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Cuba Cats – Havana (and a few dogs, too!)
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How to Spend a Day in Barga, Italy – Photo Essay

Cats Slumber on Caesar’s Grave – Torre Argentina Cat Sanctuary

Torre Argentina Cat Sanctuary If you’ve heard of Julius Caesar and the Ides of March, you’ll be familiar with the home to hundreds of Rome’s most lovable feline strays. The Torre Argentina Cat Sanctuary is in the square of Largo di Torre Argentina, the place where Julius Caesar met his […]

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A 10th Century Abbot and His Cats – Monasterboice & Celtic High Crosses

It was within these ancient walls that illuminated manuscripts were written by candlelight and biblical stories translated from far-away languages. Monks gathered here together to share knowledge and keep it safe. Once the center for learning and religion in the Irish countryside, the ruins of MONASTERBOICE near Drogheda beckon lovers of […]

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Cuba Cats – Havana (and a few dogs, too!)

Cuba Cats! You know it’s impossible for me to visit a new place and NOT look for the furry residents. See Cats of Greece and Travel is for the Dogs and Cats. To me, the cats and dogs can tell a better story about a place than some stuffy old […]

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How to Spend a Day in Barga, Italy – Photo Essay

Barga. Beautiful Barga, Italy. It’s worthy of a much longer visit, but if you have only one day to spend, here are few items NOT to miss… 1. Il DUOMO. For such a small hill town, Barga has a plethora of churches! Nine, in fact, including the spectacular hilltop Il […]

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