The Vie Cave, The Ancient Paths of Etruscan People Carved Into The Rocks

The Ancient Etruscan Roads of Vie Cave: Tuscany’s Hidden Paths Le Vie Cave, (in English excavated roads), also known as Cavoni, are a remarkable network … Read more

EUR Rome-Palace-of-Labor

Architecture Under Fascism: E.U.R.

Facts & History of E.U.R. Esposizione Universale Roma EUR is an acronym for Esposizione Universale Roma and is a notable example of Fascist architecture. Fascist … Read more


Aleister Crowley’s Mysterious Abbey of Thelema

Aleister Crowley’s Experiment in Communal Living and Occult Practices Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law. Love is the law, love … Read more

Leonarda Cianciulli in March 1946 during an interview with Filippo Saporito (1870-1955) in the criminal asylum of Aversa

Leonarda Cianciulli, the Soapmaker of Correggio

The woman who turned her victims’ bodies into soap and teacakes Born in Montella di Avellino in 1893 and marked by an unhappy childhood, Leonarda … Read more


The Eerie Beauty of Curon’s Resurfaced Bell Tower

Italy’s Sunken Village: The Story Behind Curon’s Old Bell Tower The pleasant village of Graun, known in Italian as Curon Venosta, is located in the … Read more


Ugolino, the Cannibal Count

The Grim Legend of Count Ugolino’s Imprisonment and Cannibalism ‘Father our pain’, they said, ‘Will lessen if you eat us you are the one Who … Read more