Here's a great aerial view of two well-known areas of Metropolitan Genoa in northwestern Italy, compliments of contributor Posaticla. The first is Rapallo, which lies about 25 km (around 15 mi.) southeast of Genoa along the coast, at the base of a small peninsula. It's considered a national cultural treasure, with many historical sites such as the Castello di Punta Pagana fortress. The second spot is called Genova Nervi, a fishing village-cum-resort town which is situated roughly halfway between Rapallo and central Genoa.