A series of fifteenth-century footpaths connect the five colorful villages of Cinque Terre, Italy, in the cliffs high above the Mediterranean. With autos on these ancient roads still few and far between, this is one of the few places where hikers can still travel car-free through the heart of Old Europe.
Pierre-Joseph Proudhon was a political theorist of the 19th century who was the first to declare himself an anarchist, and defined property as theft. He believe that government is unnecessary and harmful to society, and thought a natural social order would take place. -XJS