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Forget-Me-Not

The Forget–Me-Not is also called Myosotis, which means mouse’s ear in Greek. Even though the Forget-Me-Not is a small flower, it has a lot of meaning to it. There are many more stories that are associated with this beautiful flower. Myosotis has always been considered a symbol of remembrance, love and hope.           .              .                 .    .        .Photo © Daniela Serra – All Rights Reserved

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Yellow!

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Yellow!In the meaning of colors, yellow inspires original thought and inquisitiveness. Yellow is creative from a mental aspect, the color of new ideas, helping us to find new ways of doing things. It is the practical thinker, not the dreamer.This is my yellow flower.

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Florence

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The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage Sites are places of importance cultural or natural. Italy has a total of 51 inscribed properties. These include the center historic centre of Florence named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1982 as “Symbol of the renaissance with extraordinary architecture and art such as the Florence Cathedral, Basilica of Santa Croce, the Uffizi or the Pitti Palace. “Photo © Daniela Serra – All Rights Reserved

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Cats

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Traditionally, historians tended to think ancient Egypt was the site of cat domestication, owing to the clear depictions of house cats in Egyptian paintings about 3,600 years old. However, in 2004, a Neolithic grave excavated in Shillourokambos, Cyprus, contained the skeletons, laid close to one another, of both a human and a cat. The grave is estimated to be 9,500 years old, pushing back the earliest known feline–human association significantly.source texthttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cat#History_and_mythology

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Sardinia. Quotes

“There is not in Italy what there is in Sardinia, nor in Sardinia what there is in Italy”.  (Francesco Cetti, zoologist, 18th century (Storia naturale di Sardegna))”Non vi è in Italia quello che c’è in Sardegna, né in Sardegna quello che c’è in Italia. Francesco Cetti, zoologo, 18 ° secolo (Storia naturale di Sardegna)”.Isola Asinara, Cimitero di Cala d’Oliva.Photo © Daniela Serra – All Rights Reserved

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