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For those of us with a love for all things surf, finding the right surfing destination around the world to suit your style and preference can be difficult. However, in Italy, you are spoilt for choice when it comes to...
On 29 August died Silvano Campeggi (also known by the nickname "Nano"), painter and poster maker known for having made Hollywood movie posters like Casablanca, Gone with the Wind, Singing in the Rain, An American in Paris, West Side...
"We are close to a historic turning point for the future of Europe," said the Northern League deputy premier at the end of the prefecture summit with the Hungarian prime minister, Viktor Orban. "We are against Macron and illegal immigration...
Italy is stuffed with culture like some kind of metaphysical, literally culture-stuffed calzone. Obviously, all countries have something to show for themselves, but the fact is Italy is culturally rich in all those aspects that phrases like cultural richness connote. Italian...
A multidisciplinary - anthropological, taphonomic and genetic study - conducted in collaboration between researchers from the University of Ferrara and Florence has allowed to analyze and interpret the lesions present on a human skeleton coming from a Roman burial The...
The man, probably limping, was killed by a boulder hurled at high speed by the force of the eruption that practically beheaded him. The chest crushed by a large block of stone, the body thrown back by the powerful pyroclastic...
The project consists of the structural renovation of the actual Matera Central FAL railway station, (one of the three FAL Bari - Matera stations serving the city) through an aesthetic and functional redevelopment together with technological upgrading of the...
Italy, for many is the dream holiday destination. Whether it’s exploring the ancient history of Rome or becoming immersed in the romance of Venice, there is something for everyone no matter your travel plans. However, when looking to travel to...
It's no secret that some of Western civilization's greatest treasures are housed within the world-famous cultural mausoleums that litter the Italian peninsula. From the bustling Uffizi Gallery in Florence to the majestic Borghese in Rome and the imposing Sforza Castle in...
The Villa d'Este in Tivoli is a masterpiece of the Italian Renaissance and is listed on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. The villa was commissioned by Cardinal Ippolito d'Este, son of Alfonso I and Lucrezia Borgia (Ferrara 1509...

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