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    Smile 'One cannot set foot in Europe without visiting Italy

    What is the inner meaning of the following sentence?
    'One cannot set foot in Europe without visiting Italy, the land of Poetical beauty.'


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    Re: 'One cannot set foot in Europe without visiting Italy

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    What is the inner meaning of the following sentence?
    'One cannot set foot in Europe without visiting Italy, the land of Poetical beauty.'
    I would say that one cannot fully appreciate the richness of Europe's cultural heritage without visiting Italy.

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    Re: 'One cannot set foot in Europe without visiting Italy

    All roads lead to Rome.

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