Weird Italy Il-fiume-in-primavera Fairy Garden of Ninfa in Sermoneta Featured Italian History Magazine Nature in Italy What to see in Italy  volscians Segni Pantanello Natural Park ninfa natural park monti lepini Lazio garden of ninfa Frangipane Colonna castle Caetani

Fairy Garden of Ninfa in Sermoneta

Garden of Ninfa is a beautiful park not far from Sermoneta, Lazio. The garden includes the remains of the ancient city of Ninfa, perhaps founded by the Volscians at the feet of the Monti Lepini.

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Ugolino, the Cannibal Count

‘Father our pain’, they said, ‘Will lessen if you eat us you are the one Who clothed us with this wretched flesh: we plead For … Read more

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Giovanni Aldini: the scientist who inspired Frankenstein’s story

Giovanni Aldini (1762 – 1834) was an Italian physicist born at Bologna, nephew of Luigi Galvani, and he became a professor of physics at Bologna in 1798. 

His scientific work was concerned with galvanism and its medical applications and with experiments for preserving human life from destruction by fire.

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Weird Italy neomelodici 9 videos of the songs of the Camorra, italian mafia Featured Italy Crime News and Criminal Investigations Magazine Sounds&Music from Italy  underworld Tony Marciano Tommy riccio neomelodic Nello Liberti naples MARILENA NELLO AMATO mafia Lisa Castaldi Gianluca Parisi crime Clan Chief campania camorra

9 videos of the songs of the Camorra, italian mafia

Like the stereotypical vision of Coppola’s film about the Mafia, the soundtrack of Camorra is based on the romantic notes of neomelodic, a musical style originating from Naples, whose representatives are sometimes tied to criminal circles.

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Weird Italy narni-underground-002 Narni underground: The mysterious Inquisition Trial and the Room of Torment in Narni Featured Italian History Magazine What to see in Italy  utec Umbria torture room torture room of torment roman aqueduct narni underground Marco Cocceio Nerva inquisition trial

Narni underground: The mysterious Inquisition Trial and the Room of Torment in Narni

In 1979 six members of the local speleological team of UTEC of Narni, in Umbria, below the ruins of an ancient Domenican monastery, discovered a small hole, covered by dense bushes and thick grass.

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