Italian Village Is Entirely Surrounded by Wildflowers

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With people having been forced to put their travels on hold, lots of tourist hot spots have been given the privacy to bloom including spectacular botanical gardens…

One particular place in Italy has received some praise for its gorgeous sea of wildflowers.

Keep scrolling for the unbelievable pictures…

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Well, you’re wrong…

The blooming season is upon us and this rural Italian hilltop village of Castelluccio is surrounded by a bed of vibrant wildflowers.

The annual bloom is known in Italy as “la fioritura” and for this particular area, occurs between May and July, with the peak hitting the latter.

People from all over the world come and visit during the summer in the hopes that they will be able to witness the radiant sea of wildflowers, but of course, with many travel restrictions right now, it has been difficult to do so.

Things should pick up.

From poppies to cornflowers to daisies and violets, this place needs to be on anyone’s bucket list.

Keep scrolling to see some other rare and beautiful plant species. This one is known as the strawberry blonde sunflower…