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Free online jigsaw puzzle for adults and kids of the Amalfi Coast. The area is known for its sheer cliffs and pastel villages.

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sweetmare56
Jun 11, 2020
Mystery today, I would love to live in Italy.
pixipixil
Mar 19, 2020
One thing about building there--they had plenty of rocks to use, plus almost every home has a view. Still I think being in such a tight spot would make me claustrophobic--view or not.
retirenow14
Feb 3, 2020
Lovely old town. I am always amazed at how close to others people lived in centuries past.
pixipixil
Mar 19, 2020
Our cities are still that way.
What gets to me is I was hoping to move to the southwest but the houses being built are one on top of the other and mostly condos. With all that space why are they turning it into a human warren?
JAMP124
Oct 24, 2019
Would love to visit, but wouldn't care to live in that area.
dbnc2
Jul 10, 2019
Mystery 4 today
judipd
May 29, 2018
Nice place to visit
jas6415
Dec 12, 2017
Beautiful, but I do not think I would want to live there
elijah13
Aug 2, 2017
I wonder how they built those walls right on the water. Amazing how they did it so long ago and it still stands. We build things and they tumble!
pixipixil
Aug 2, 2017
True. Stone tends to last longer than concrete which is our foundation basis. Just compare our highways to the Appian Way. I've never seen the Appian Way but I seem to remember there's some of it still around whereas how long do our roads last?
rahrah1820
Oct 19, 2017
It may be that the buildings were built before the water was as close as it is now. I've seen that happen at lakes before, you'll see the waterline on the rocks where the water has gone down. Also, I've seen just as I suggested above, where the buildings were built and then the lake started getting bigger, and came way to close to the buildings.
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