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“Archeological Enigma” discovered in Rome

Archeological Enigma discovered in Rome

“Archeological Enigma” discovered in Rome Archaeologists have been left at a loss by the discovery of some mysterious ruins in Rome, which could be the remains of one of the city’s earliest churches. The find was made at Ponte Milvio, a bridge along the River Tiber in the...
A Pompei riemerge la Domus

New Domus re-emerges at Pompeii

New Domus re-emerges at Pompeii   First Pompeian style ‘vintage’ home was rich with frescoes Excavations at the Pompeii archaeological site have uncovered a new ancient Roman treasure – a home that has been baptised Domus ‘Vintage’. The domus on...
Palazzo Merulana gallery inundated

Palazzo Merulana gallery inundated

Palazzo Merulana gallery inundated 9,000 visitors in two months new Rome space has been open Rome’s newest “art salon”, Palazzo Merulana, has been open for just two months and is experiencing a surprisingly high number of visitors.     The space...
Salento beaches

Salento: tour along the most trendy Italian beaches!

Salento: tour along the most trendy Italian beaches! Apulia Region, the “heel” of Italy, where you can enjoy two seas, a wild nature and a VIP movida! These are the 200km more trendy and fashion of all the Italian coasts. The perfect place where to meet celebrities, VIP, actors,...
Verona arena cover

Verona arena cover KO’d

Verona arena cover KO’d  It would have been a wound says mayor Verona’s fine arts superintendency on Wednesday rejected a project to cover the Veneto city’s ancient Roman amphitheatre, the Arena. The project was presented by a group of German architects who won...
Artcity features women in jazz

Artcity features women in jazz

Artcity features women in jazz Series also includes conversations on photography, architecture This summer Rome’s Vittoriano museum will host Artcity, a series of cultural initiatives with free events starting July 6 through September 12, for the third consecutive year. The...

29th June: How Rome celebrates its patron saints’ day

29th June: How Rome celebrates its patron saints’ day June 29th is the feast of St Peter and St Paul, the two patron saints of Rome, and public holiday within the capital. That’s right, Rome has two patron saints: St Peter, first bishop of Rome and namesake of the...
DISABILITY PRIDE ITALY

DISABILITY PRIDE ITALY

DISABILITY PRIDE ITALY – 15th July 2018 in Rome A new edition of the Disability Pride is ready to start on 15th July,  along the beautiful streets of Rome! After US, and UK also Italy is celebrating the Disability Pride, taking  to the streets to ask for more rights, and a...
sardinia

Sardinia tops ‘Best Sea’ guide

Sardinia tops ‘Best Sea’ guide List of 96 resorts Sardinia has topped this year’s ‘Best Sea’ guide from Legambiente and the Italian Touring Club with the maximum ‘five sails’ award for five locations. Four beaches in Sicily made the list...

FICO EATALY WORLD – THE LARGEST AGRI-FOOD PARK

FICO EATALY WORLD – THE LARGEST AGRI-FOOD PARK If you are visiting Bologna, you can’t definitely miss FICO, the largest agri-food park in the world! Discover italian agriculture traditions by visiting 2 hectares of open-air fields and stables housing with more than...
Pitti Uomo opens with support

Pitti Uomo opens with support

Pitti Uomo opens with support ‘Fashion is culture’ says new Italian culture minister The 94th edition of Pitti Uomo kicked off at Florence’s Palazzo Vecchio on Tuesday in the presence of new Italian Culture Minister Alberto Bonisoli. Bonisoli knows the fashion...
Modigliani Opera

The beautiful Reggia di Caserta welcomes from 04th to 31st October the “Modigliani Opera” exhibition.

The beautiful Reggia di Caserta welcomes from 04th to 31st October the “Modigliani Opera” exhibition.   The artistic path dedicated to the famous painter from Livorno, Tuscany, is a multimedial show created to represent his tormented life, and the connection of himself and...
Athlete's Tomb found outside Rome

Athlete’s Tomb found outside Rome

‘Athlete’s Tomb’ found outside Rome 4 people buried with accoutrements An “exceptional” tomb dubbed The Athlete’s Tomb, found in exactly the same condition it was left 2,000 years ago, has been discovered outside Rome in the Case Rosse area...

Pompeii’s last fugitive ‘treasure trove’

Pompeii’s last fugitive ‘treasure trove’    Archaeologists on Friday said they had found what they called the “treasure trove” of Pompeii’s ‘last fugitive’, whose skeleton was discovered earlier this week with its head knocked...
Brunelleschi Castelfiorito

Brunelleschi castle on sale

Brunelleschi castle on sale Three popes stayed at the palace near Florence The castle of Oliveto in Castelfiorentino, near Florence, which was designed by Filippo Brunelleschi, according to expert Massimo Ricci, is on sale, the Lionard Luxury real estate agency has announced. The...