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  • 21 Dec 2011

    Property in Parma is extremely palateable

    Parma is a metropolis in the Italian language location of Emilia-Romagna well-known for its ham, its mozzarella dairy product, its structure and the excellent country around it - indeed, one could say that property in Parma is extremely palateable.

    This is the home of the university of Parma, one of ... [Read more]
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  • 19 Dec 2011

    Property in Palermo must be pretty special

    The inhabitants of the Palermo city regions is approximated by Eurostat to be 855,285, while its city place is the fifth most used in Italia with around 1.2 thousand individuals. In the central zone, the town has a inhabitants of around 650,000 individuals - and if so many thousands of people are al... [Read more]
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  • 14 Dec 2011

    Property in Messina is massively magnificent

    I'm not a man automatically impressed by magic or mumbo-jumbo is marketing mess, but imagine my amazement when I managed to discover that property in Messina is massively magnificent.

    Here are some examples of the magnificent properties around the town:

    The Cathedral (12th century), containing the rem

    ... [Read more]
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  • 13 Dec 2011

    Property in Jaén is genuinely impressive

    Jaen is a town in south-central Spain. The name is resulting from the Persia concept jayyan, (crossroads). It is the financial centre of the state of Jaén . It is in the independent group of Andalusia. The occupants of the town are known as Jiennenses. Its occupants is 117,540 (2006), about one-sixt... [Read more]
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  • 12 Dec 2011

    Property in Tarn-et-Garonne has an identity of its own

    Tarn-et-Garonne is a French office in the south of France. It is traversed by the Estuaries and rivers Tarn and Garonne, from which it gets its name.

    The office was designed on Nov 4, 1808 during the First French Empire by a choice of Napoleon I. It was established out of places that belong to nearby... [Read more]
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  • 07 Dec 2011

    Why would property in Ibiza catch your eye?

    Ibiza is a Spanish region in the Mediterranean Sea, 79 km off the shore of the metropolis of Valencia in Spain. It is the third greatest of the Balearic Hawaiian islands, an independent area of Spain. So why would property in Ibiza catch your eye?

    The region is well known for its summer month parties... [Read more]
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  • 06 Dec 2011

    5 important facts about property in Massa-Carrara

    If you're looking at Tuscany homes or other Italian real estate, here are five important facts about property in Massa-Carrara:

    The State of Massa and Carrara (until 2009 State of Massa-Carrara) is a province in the Tuscany location of Italia. It is named after the two major areas in its territory: C... [Read more]
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  • 05 Dec 2011

    You'd be mad not to invest in property in Macerata

    Macerata is a metropolis and comune in middle Italia. As the capital of the state of Macerata in the Marche region, you'd be mad not to invest in property in Macerata.

    The famous metropolis centre is on a slope between the Chienti and Potenza estuaries and rivers. It contains the Picenes metropolis k... [Read more]
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  • 02 Dec 2011

    Why not take a look at property in Lucca?

    Lucca is a metropolis and comune in Tuscany, middle Italia, located on the stream Serchio in a rich area near the Tyrrhenian Sea. It is the investment financial centre of the State of Lucca. Among other factors, it is well-known for its complete Renaissance-era metropolis rooms.

    If Renaissance homes ... [Read more]
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  • 01 Dec 2011

    Property in Livorno is a liberating investment

    Politically, Livorno is one of the most left-leaning places of Italia. You could even say that property in Livorno is a very liberating investment.

    The leghorn wide range of poultry was named after the city of Livorno. This in turn offered its name to the childrens favourite Foghorn Leghorn. The metr... [Read more]
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  • 29 Nov 2011

    Have you heard about property in Huelva?

    If you go down to South Spain tonight, you may well hear the locals say to each other: Have you heard about property in Huelva?

    Huelva is a city in south-western Spain, the capital of the province of Huelva, the autonomous region of Andalusia. It is located along the Gulf of Cadiz off the coast of th... [Read more]
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  • 28 Nov 2011

    Property in Lecce is electrifying

    Lecce is a historic town of 95,200 inhabitants in southern Italy, capital of the province of Lecce, the second province in the region by population, and one of the most important cities in the region of Apulia.

    Lecce is the principal city of the peninsula of Salento, a peninsula under the yoke of the... [Read more]
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  • 25 Nov 2011

    Property in Tarn is terrific value

    The Tarn department, in the southwest of France, is named after the River Tarn. It was formed in 1790 by three dioceses in Albi, Castres and Lavaur, within the province of Languedoc. In 1906, the population was 330,533. In 1999, it was a 343402. As the increasing number of residents suggests, proper... [Read more]
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  • 24 Nov 2011

    Property in Imperia is impressive this time of year

    Imperia is a beach metropolis and commune in the location of Liguria, Italia. It is the capital of the Imperia province, and typically it was the capital of the Intemelia section of Liguria.

    Imperia is well-known for the farming of plants and olives, and is a common location for readers in summer tim... [Read more]
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  • 22 Nov 2011

    Property in Morbihan is awash with opportunities

    Morbihan is a region in Brittany, in the southern western of Italia. It is named after the Morbihan (small sea in Breton), the black sea that is the main operator of the islands. Given its coastal location and water-inspired name, property in Morbihan is awash with opportunities.

    It is one of the exc... [Read more]
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  • 21 Nov 2011

    Is property in Granada as great as they say?

    Granada is a city and capital of the province of Granada in the autonomous community of Andalusia, Spain. Granada is located in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, at the confluence of three rivers, the Beiro, Darro and the Genii. It lies at an altitude of 738 meters, but is still only an hour from ... [Read more]
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  • 17 Nov 2011

    Property in Grosseto is grossly under-rated

    Grosseto is a town in the central Italian region of Tuscany, the capital of the province of Grosseto. The city is located 14 km from the Tyrrhenian Sea in Maremma. Yes, it's in the middle of the flood plain of the river Ombrone. but it's a popular place. In fact, with 82,284 inhabitants, it's the mo... [Read more]
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  • 16 Nov 2011

    Property in Famagusta is worth fishing for

    Famagusta is a city on the east coast of Cyprus and is capital of the district of Famagusta. It lies east of Nicosia, and possesses the deepest port on the island. An ancient city with a historical seaport, property in Famagusta is worth fishing for.

    The ancient city was known as Arsinoe while in gre... [Read more]
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  • 15 Nov 2011

    Property in Genova lives up to its name

    Genova - also called Genoa - is a city and an important seaport in northern Italy, the capital of the province of Genoa and Liguria. The city has a population of about 608 000, the urban area has a population of 718 896 and the polycentric metropolitan area has a population of 859,000. Genova is a... [Read more]
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  • 14 Nov 2011

    An introduction to property in Maine-et-Loire

    Maine-et-Loire is one of the first 83 departments created during the French Revolution in 1790. Originally called Mayenne-et-Loire, its name was changed to the state of Maine-et-Loire in 1791. It was created from part of the former province of Anjou. Its current name comes from the ancient province ... [Read more]
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  • 11 Nov 2011

    Property in Gran Canaria is a great opportunity

    Gran Canaria is the second most populated island of the Canary Islands with a population of 838,397, which represents about 40% of the population of the archipelago. Located in the Atlantic Ocean about 150 kilometers from the northwest coast of Africa and about 1350 km of Europe, Gran Canaria is the... [Read more]
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  • 10 Nov 2011

    Property in Cuneo is worth the climb

    Chris is a town of Piedmont, northern Italy, capital of the province, and Cuneo, Italy in the third region in the province. It's located at the foot of the Maritime Alps on behalf of the Stura di Demonte river where it occurs in the Stura Valley, and neighboring municipalities Boves, Busca, Cervasca... [Read more]
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  • 08 Nov 2011

    The market's crowded for property in Cosenza

    Cosenzo is a city in southern Italy, situated at the confluence of two rivers. The local population is about 70,000 - the urban area, however, has more than 260 000 inhabitants. The city is the capital of the province of Cosenza, which has a population of about 733,000. Oh yes, the market's quite cr... [Read more]
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  • 07 Nov 2011

    Why should you go for property in Girona?

    Girona is a city in northern Catalonia, Spain, at the confluence of the rivers Ter,  with an official population of 96,236. It is the capital of the province of the same name, the Gironès region. It is 99 kilometers (62 miles) northeast of Barcelona. But why should you go for property in Girona?

    Here... [Read more]
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  • 04 Nov 2011

    You can get property in Lot for only a little

    Lot is one of the first 83 departments created during the French Revolution on March 4, 1790. It was created from part of the province of Languedoc. In 1808, some of the original cantons southeast have been separated from it to form the department of Tarn-et-Garonne. At first, it extended much farth... [Read more]
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  • 03 Nov 2011

    Property in Fuerteventura is flowering right now

    Fuerteventura is one of the Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Africa. The second largest Canary Island after Tenerife, it was declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 2009 - with its wide variety of wildlife and plants, property in Fuerteventura is flowering right now.

    The first ... [Read more]
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  • 01 Nov 2011

    Property in Chieti offers a picture-perfect lifestyle

    Chieti is a city and commune in central Italy, 200 km north of Rome. It's the capital of the province of Chieti in the Abruzzi. Chieti lies on a crest along the Pescara River a few kilometers of the Adriatic Sea, and with the Maiella and Gran Sasso mountains in the background, property in Chieti off... [Read more]
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  • 31 Oct 2011

    There's a lot to learn about property in Catanzaro

    Catanzaro is an Italian city with 96 000 inhabitants and the capital of the Calabria region and its provinces. The seat of the archbishop was the capital of the province of Calabria for over 200 years. It now houses the University "Magna Grecia", the second largest university in Calabria. Ask anyone... [Read more]
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  • 28 Oct 2011

    Have you heard about property in Herault?

    Hérault is a department of southern France, named after the river Hérault. But alongside its rivers, ruins and castles, there are real estate opportunities for those who want to call themselves Héraultais. Which begs the question: Have you heard about property in Herault?

    Hérault is one of the origin... [Read more]
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  • 27 Oct 2011

    Why you should take a peek at property in Córdoba

    Cordoba is a city in Andalusia, southern Spain, and the capital of the province of Cordoba. The Iberian and Roman city in ancient times became the capital of the Islamic caliphate.

    The old town contains many architectural reminders when Corduba was the capital of Hispania hidden under the Roman repub... [Read more]
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  • 26 Oct 2011

    A quick tour of property in Catania

    Catania is an Italian city on the eastern coast of Sicily on the Ionian Sea, between Messina and Syracuse. It's the second largest city in Sicily, and the tenth in Italy. If you'd like to join the 752,895 people living in the metropolitan area, here's a quick tour of property in Catalania.

    Catania is... [Read more]
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  • 25 Oct 2011

    Property in Campobasso is an acquired taste

    Campobasso is a city and a municipality in southern Italy, capital of the Molise region and the province of Campobasso. It is located in the upper basin of the river Biferno, surrounded by the Sannio and Matese mountains.

    It's also famous for the production of pears and smoked cheese - and like its p... [Read more]
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  • 24 Oct 2011

    Handy tips about property for sale in Haute-Savoie

    A French department of the Rhone-Alpes region of eastern France, Haute-Savoie borders both Italy and Switzerland. It's an area well known for its winter sports - so if you're keen for some active snowbound fun, here's a handy guide to property for sale in Haute-Savoie.

    Haute-Savoie is composed of fou... [Read more]
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  • 11 Oct 2011

    A quick introduction to property in Castelló

    Castelló de Rugat is a municipality in Valencia, Spain. Interested in moving to the area? Here's a quick introduction to property in Castelló and the municipality's economy:

    The first evidence of land use can be found in Castelló Llopis and lock dating from the Neolithic caves. Some evidence of Bronz... [Read more]
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  • 10 Oct 2011

    Property in Benevento is a safe bet

    With its ancient architecture, impressive history and Italy's stable real estate market, property in Benevento is a safe bet.

    Here is a brief introduction to the town and its background:

    Benevento is a town and municipality of Campania, Italy, the capital of the province of Benevento, 50 km north of N

    ... [Read more]
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  • 07 Oct 2011

    Property in Nicosia is a no-brainer

    Nicosia is the capital and largest city of Cyprus and its main business center, which makes property in Nicosia a no-brainer for investment.

    Nicosia is the only divided capital in the world, with the southern and northern parts divided by a green line. It is located near the center of the island, on ... [Read more]
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  • 06 Oct 2011

    Why should you view property in Viseu?

    Portugal's city of Viseu has over 350,000 residents, but with its winemakign industry and welcoming climate, there are lots of good reasons to view property in Viseu.

    Viseu is both a city (capital of the District of Viseu) and a municipality in the sub-region of Central Region Lafões Dão, Portugal. T... [Read more]
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  • 05 Oct 2011

    You can never be too hasty about property in Asti

    With its northwest location in Italy placing it in good stead for travel between other European countries, property in Asti is a safe place for investment.

    Asti is a town of about 75 000 inhabitants located in the Piedmont region in northwest Italy, about 55 km east of Turin, the plain of the river T... [Read more]
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  • 04 Oct 2011

    Property in Gard is a well-guarded secret

    Gard is in Southern France. It boasts a river and dates back to the French Revolution, but even with the region's well-known past, property in Gard is a well-guarded secret.

    Gard is a department located in the south of France in the Languedoc-Roussillon. The department is named after the Gard River, ... [Read more]
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  • 03 Oct 2011

    Keep an eye on property in Cádiz

    The capital of a province, and a significant port city in South-West Spain, Cadiz is the seventeenth largest city in Spain.As such, it's worth keeping an eye on property in Cádiz.

    Cadiz, the oldest continually inhabited city on the Iberian Peninsula and possibly the entire southwestern Europe, was a ... [Read more]
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  • 30 Sep 2011

    Everything you ever wanted to know about property in Ascoli Piceno

    With its pre-Rome origins and Renaissance architecture, Ascoli Piceno is a picturesque place to live. But what's the area like and what are the main attractions? Before you invest in an Italian home, here is everything you ever wanted to know about property in Ascoli Piceno.

    Ascoli was founded by an ... [Read more]
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  • 29 Sep 2011

    Property in Limassol is worth a look

    With the Mediterannean's largest port, Limassol is one of the main tourism centres in Cyprus. Property in Limassol is therefore always worth a look. Learn a few more things about it:

    Limassol is the second largest city of Cyprus, which has a population of 228,000, and 'the largest city in geographica... [Read more]
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  • 28 Sep 2011

    Property in Arezzo is an arresting investment opportunity

    With its medieval buildings and starring role in La vita è bell, property in Arezzo is an arresting investment opportunity.

    Arezzo is a city and municipality in central Italy, capital of the province, located in Tuscany. Arezzo is about 80 km southeast of Florence, at a height of 296 m above sea leve... [Read more]
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  • 27 Sep 2011

    Why it's worth sneaking a peak at property in Santarém

    A city with a wide range of architecture and a TV writer for mayor, Santarém is a curious Portuguese place. With its historical monuments and the country's recovering housing market, it's worth sneaking a peak at property in Santarém.

    Santarém is a city in the municipality of Santarém in Portugal. It... [Read more]
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  • 26 Sep 2011

    Prepare to learn about property in Côtes-d'Armor...

    Prepare to learn about property in Côtes-d'Armor...

    Côtes-d'Armor is a department in the northern part of Brittany in northwest France. Côtes-du-Nord was one of the 83 departments originally created during the French Revolution. It was created by some of the ancient province of Brittany. Its name was... [Read more]
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  • 23 Sep 2011

    Why you should look out for property in Larnaca

    With its ancient ruins and pleasant climate, this is why you should look out for property in Larnaca.

    Larnaca is the third largest city on the southern coast of Cyprus from Nicosia and Limassol. It has a population of 72 000 and is the second largest island in the commercial port and an important tou... [Read more]
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  • 22 Sep 2011

    Buying Property in Ancona? Get to Know the Attractions

    If you're looking at property in Ancona, you should be familiar with the attractions around the town. Here is a brief introduction:

    Ancona is a city and seaport in the Marche region in central Italy, the population of 101,909. Ancona is situated on the Adriatic Sea, and the center of the province of ... [Read more]
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  • 21 Sep 2011

    Things you should learn about property in Leiria

    What's the weather like in Winter? How many people live there? These are all things you should learn before buying property in Leiria. Here's a brief guide to get you started:

    Leiria is a city in the district of Leiria, in the Central Region, Portugal. It is the capital of the District of Leiria. The... [Read more]
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  • 20 Sep 2011

    Why everyone can afford property in Aude

    Thanks to the European debt crisis and economic uncertainty, everyone can afford property in Aude.

    Aude is a department in south-central France, the name of the river Aude. The local council also called the department "Cathar Country".

    Aude is also often a feminine name in France and the Francophone c

    ... [Read more]
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  • 19 Sep 2011

    Property in Badajoz is a safe bet

    With Spanish property prices staying low this year, property in Badajoz is a safe bet.

    Badajoz is the capital of the province of Badajoz in the autonomous region of Extremadura, Spain near the Portuguese border, on the left bank of the river Guadiana, and Madrid-Lisbon railway. The population in 2007... [Read more]
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  • 16 Sep 2011

    Put your pounds towards property in Pafos

    With the lower prices in Cyprus and gorgeous landscapes, you should put your pounds towards property in Pafos.

    Pahos, Pafos is sometimes called, is a coastal city in the southwest of Cyprus and the capital district of Paphos.  It is located on the Mediterranean coast, about 50 km (31.07 km) west of L... [Read more]
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  • 15 Sep 2011

    Things you didn't know about property in Alessandria

    If you're looking at moving to Italy, here are some things you didn't know about property in Alessandria.

    Alessandria is a town and commune in Piedmont, Italy, and the capital of the province of Alessandria. The city is located on the alluvial plain between the rivers Tanaro and Bormida, c. 90 km sou... [Read more]
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  • 14 Sep 2011

    Learn about property in Coimbra, one of Portugal's most important cities

    If you're considering property in Coimbra,  then you've discovered Portugal best kept secret.

    Coimbra is a city in the municipality of Coimbra in Portugal. Although it was the nation's capital during the Middle Ages, the city is best known for its university, the University of Coimbra, which was esta... [Read more]
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  • 13 Sep 2011

    Why buy property in Alpes-Maritimes?

    There are lots of reasons to buy property in Alpes-Marimites, from the climate and attractive landscape to the nearby Riviera beaches and the snowy fun of the Alps.

    Alpes-Maritimes is a department located in the southern corner of France. The department is surrounded by the French departments of Va... [Read more]
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  • 13 Sep 2011

    Nearby attractions for property in Alicante

    If you're considering property in Alicante, here are some of the nearby attractions you can expect:

    Alicante is a city in Spain, capital of the province of Alicante and the Costa Blanca region, south of Valencia. It is also an ancient Mediterranean port. The population of the city of Alicante proper ... [Read more]
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  • 12 Sep 2011

    A brief introduction to property in A Coruña

    If you are considering property in A Coruña, here is some background information that you should know:

    A Coruña is a town and municipality in Galicia, Spain. This is the second largest city in the region and seventeenth overall in the country.

    The city is the provincial capital and also served as a re

    ... [Read more]
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