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Piazza Fontana Massacre: Exhibition remembers the victims

Seventeen photographs and seventeen poems in memory of the victims of the Piazza Fontana Bombing, a terrorist attack occurred on 12 December 1969 when...

Piazza Fontana Massacre: Exhibition remembers the victims

Seventeen photographs and seventeen poems in memory of the victims of the Piazza Fontana Bombing, a terrorist attack occurred on 12 December 1969 when...

3 Less-Known Places to Visit in Italy

Italy is one of the best places to visit while being in Europe. It’s a great choice regardless of the season. You can visit the...

Stefano Boeri Architetti, Metrogramma Milano and Inside Outside win the competition for the Parco del Ponte in Genoa, the Polcevera Park

“A Red Steel Circle. A ring that embraces - passing under the new bridge - an area made of iron, water, cement and asphalt. The...

Top 5 Scholarships in Italy for International Students in 2019

Young people commonly choose to continue their education in colleges and universities. They choose local institutions but some of them prefer studying abroad. It’s not...

Piazza Fontana Massacre: Exhibition remembers the victims

Seventeen photographs and seventeen poems in memory of the victims of the Piazza Fontana Bombing, a terrorist attack occurred on 12 December 1969 when...

3 Less-Known Places to Visit in Italy

Italy is one of the best places to visit while being in Europe. It’s a great choice regardless of the season. You can visit the...

Stefano Boeri Architetti, Metrogramma Milano and Inside Outside win the competition for the Parco del Ponte in Genoa, the Polcevera Park

“A Red Steel Circle. A ring that embraces - passing under the new bridge - an area made of iron, water, cement and asphalt. The...

Top 5 Scholarships in Italy for International Students in 2019

Young people commonly choose to continue their education in colleges and universities. They choose local institutions but some of them prefer studying abroad. It’s not...

The mesmerizing work of Franco Grignani

Franco Grignani (Pieve Porto Morone, 4 February 1908 - Milan, 20 February 1999) was an Italian graphic artist and artist. He founded Studio Grignani in...

The sporting culture behind the Italian game

Sport is a strange thing; it ignites a raw passion in the tamest person, it creates rivalries between people who would otherwise get along...

12 leaders of Juventus ultras groups arrested for blackmailing Juventus to get free tickets and ticket touting

12 leaders of Juventus ultras groups were arrested during an investigation of the Digos ( General Investigations and Special Operations Division) of Turin. On September...

The Wolf And The Lamb, PHÆDRUS

Driven by thirst, a Wolf and a Lamb had come to the same stream; the Wolf stood above, and the Lamb at a distance...

Priest feels sick after taking cocaine while accompanying students on a school trip

A priest from a secondary school in Alassio, in the province of Savona, felt sick after taking a large quantity of cocaine during a...

The San Remo Casino: the Italian Riviera’s Flagship Casino

The Italian Riviera, in the country’s north-west close to the French border, has long enjoyed the status of a glamorous travel destination for holidaymakers...

Italian Fascist Party organizes Prayer of reparation, local nun send them away from the churchyard

Because of the Gay Pride in Monza, near Milan, the Italian far-right party Forza Nuova and other ultra-Catholic organizations tried, until the end, to...

A killer walks away cleaning the knife on a crime scene in Italy

A video shot by a car driver shows the dramatic moments following the murder of Valter Sansò, a 56-year-old gardener stabbed by his employer...

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30 Amazing pictures of Pompeii

The cataclysmic eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD was one of the most spectacular and destructive events in ancient history. Two towns and many...

Christ of the Abyss in Italy

The Christ of the Abyss is a bronze statue placed in 1954 on the bottom of the bay of San Fruttuoso, between Camogli and...

What is everybody’s natural language ? The cruel experiment in language deprivation of Frederick II

Throughout history were conducted experiments involving language deprivation trying to discover the origin of language. The first attempt is reported by Herodotus, who wrote Pharaoh...

Cities built by the Romans (The big list)

The list of cities built by the Romans over the centuries is impressive. Some of the following cities may have been founded by other people,...

The lives of the Carusi, the slave miners of Sicily

Child Slavery at the Floristella Grottacalda mines in Sicily. The Caruso was a kid aged 8 to 14 years, assigned to carry on shoulder excavated...

Stefano Boeri Architetti, Metrogramma Milano and Inside Outside win the competition for the Parco del Ponte in Genoa, the Polcevera Park

“A Red Steel Circle. A ring that embraces - passing under the new bridge - an area made of iron, water, cement and asphalt. The...

What to see in Italy

3 Less-Known Places to Visit in Italy

Italy is one of the best places to visit while being in Europe. It’s a great choice regardless of the season. You can visit the...

The San Remo Casino: the Italian Riviera’s Flagship Casino

The Italian Riviera, in the country’s north-west close to the French border, has long enjoyed the status of a glamorous travel destination for holidaymakers...

How Sanremo Casino Continues to Flourish as a Gaming Hotspot

Sanremo Casino has changed a lot over the past few decades. Its official name is Casinò Municipale di Sanremo, and it's located along the historic...

Why Camping in Italy Should be on Your Travel List

There are few better ways to spend your leisure time than heading out on a camping trip. After all, it's an activity you can...

How Italy Shaped Modern Nightlife Around the World

The world owes a debt to Italy for a great many things. The peninsula is responsible for so many of the things that make this...

A Guide To The Best Surf Spots In Italy

For those of us with a love for all things surf, finding the right surfing destination around the world to suit your style and...

Three fascinating cultural practices from ancient Rome

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...

5 Spots To Go Off The Beaten Path In Italy

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,...

5 Lesser-Known Museums in Italy Worth Visiting

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...

The Gardens of Tivoli in Italy: Villa d’Este

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...

The Historical Archive of Banco of Naples

"Archivio storico del Banco di Napoli" was founded in 1539. This archive is a valuable source of historical information ranging from 1450 to today. The...

Underground Tunnels of Galleria Borbonica in Naples

The Galleria Borbonica, Tunnel Borbonico or Bourbon Tunnel is an ancient military underground passage connenting the Royal Palace to military barracks in Naples, enabling...

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Piazza Fontana Massacre: Exhibition remembers the victims

Seventeen photographs and seventeen poems in memory of the victims of the Piazza Fontana Bombing, a terrorist attack occurred on 12 December 1969 when...

3 Less-Known Places to Visit in Italy

Italy is one of the best places to visit while being in Europe. It’s a great choice regardless of the season. You can visit the...

Stefano Boeri Architetti, Metrogramma Milano and Inside Outside win the competition for the Parco del Ponte in Genoa, the Polcevera Park

“A Red Steel Circle. A ring that embraces - passing under the new bridge - an area made of iron, water, cement and asphalt. The...

ITALIAN FOOD

The Manifesto of Futurist Cooking, A Meal that Prevented a Suicide

The ultimate aim of Futurist cuisine is the abolition of mediocrist daily life in the pleasures of the palate, represented above all by pasta,...

Why is Italian Food Still Surging in Popularity?

There's something really rather comforting about Italian food, wherever you're from. Whether you're a fan of pasta, pizza, steak or fish, nothing beats a sprinkling...

6 Things You Could Never Have Guessed Are Actually Italian Inventions

Italy’s contribution to culture and gastronomy is undisputable. From ancient Roman times to the present day, Italians keep coming up with ideas and inventions...

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