Ravello is a beautiful sight at night with its churches glowing and the city lights sparkling up and down the Amalfi coastline. The other night while passing through Scala, Ravello’s little-known and charming next door neighbor, the bells of the Duomo of Ravello filled the valley down to Atrani with their rich sound and the moon cast a lovely glow over the scene. I captured a bit of it (plus a motorino zooming by!) on a this short video. Enjoy!

6 Comments
  • Anne in Oxfordshire

    Thank you Laura, that was great, made me miss Italy though 🙁

    August 7, 2009
  • Chef Chuck

    Ciao Laura, You are so kind to share the bells! These sounds enters my heart!
    Grazie, Grazie !!:)

    August 7, 2009
  • Sandra

    Italian bells and Native American drums…my heartsongs! Thanks so much for sharing!

    August 7, 2009
  • Welshcakes Limoncello

    How lovely.

    August 7, 2009
  • Saretta

    Ravello is always beautiful!

    August 9, 2009
  • Laura

    Ciao Anne! Bells always have a certain way of being a bit melancholic to me. I know when I am away from here it makes me sad when I hear them, too!

    Ciao Chuck! So happy to fill your heart with the bells of the Amalfi Coast! 🙂

    Ciao Mom! We are so much alike … those are such moving sounds for me, too. I wonder where I got that from? 😉

    Ciao Pat! I would love to hear the bells in Modica!

    Ciao Saretta! I agree… Ravello is always beautiful! One of the best views is from up high in Scala looking down on Ravello with the Amalfi coastline in the distance. I will have to post a picture from up there one of these days.

    August 9, 2009

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