Make Art Gallery è un piccolo spazio espositivo curato dal collezionista d'arte Italiano Stefano Fiore, che in real life da oltre 15 anni si dedica con passione a promuovere arte e cultura contemporanea in Italia e nel mondo. In questa galleria d'arte, allestita con il cuore, troverete mostre e presentazioni di volumi d'arte internazionali.
Coeur di Amalfi is the first Italian region in Ville de Coeur. Dance at concerts in the piazza or the ballroom (under the cathedral) where formal balls are held occasionally. The area also includes shops, apartments, a quiet moderate beach, boating (mostly rowboats that can be taken to any of the 8 regions), trolley tours, bicycle riding, or just explore the tunnels and town on foot!
Camp Italia is a community gateway for Italian people. In the region welcome area the new Italian-speaking residents will find all the information necessary for an optimal stay and a dedicated team for the reception. The region will host programs of theoretical and practical lessons on the use of Second Life, as well as exhibitions, conferences, events, concerts, and dance evenings. For more information, visit: campitaliasecondlife.wordpress.com
Ciampi is a countryside Italian village with shops and a large church that is ideal for weddings. The paths will make you discover the Tuscany countryside and the small village of Ciampi with its alleys, pizzeria, restaurant and shops. You will enjoy a rest at the pond, playing chess or drinking a glass of Chianti with your friends.
The Amalfi Cathedral in Ville de Coeur is based on the RL Italian church built with Arab-Norman, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and Byzantine elements. The Belltower, mosaic, bronze portal, and 62 exterior steps are reproduced. Services are held here (or one of the other Ville de Coeur churches) on Saturdays at 11 am by Magnus Brody. All are welcome. English service is streamed with music.
Basilique is a small northern Italian village, an island, and community located on Lake Garda (Italian: Lago di Garda), the largest lake in Italy. The town derives its name from the Basilica that dominates the region. The setting is natural and contemporary, yet respectful of traditional culture. Walk the leafy square and waterfront piers. Relax in the bars or row around the lake. Peruse the art gallery, attend a live show, or mingle in the cafes.
Operated as an immersive education experiment by Brown University, this fictional but historically-inspired 18th-century Italian island is located in the Bay of Naples. Visitors are welcome for optional roleplay set in the year 1785. Public programs and exhibits are offered on the history and ideas of the Enlightenment, the era of the Grand Tour, and the baroque, rococo and neo-classical styles in art and music.
Borgo a mare is a small and characteristic village that stands out on the sea with cliffs and the beach framed by lemon trees and dotted with colorful geraniums. It is possible to stop and relax, breathe the typical Italian scents ranging from Tuscany to Sicily, drink a glass of wine, lemonade, or an espresso coffee, look out from the wonderful terraces on the Mare Secundus, play chess, listen to good music, or rent for free a motor boat on the quay.
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