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Sardinia’s (white) gold fever

Even if nowadays is quite obvious, sometimes it has to be reminded: stealing sand from Sardinian beaches is a serious crime against nature and the economy. The sand of some sardinian places like...

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Nerone’s first villa opens to the public

From Friday April 12th, in Rome, the “Domus Transitoria”, the first villa of the Emperor Nerone on the Palatine Hill, re-opens to the public after a long restoration work. The “Domus Transitoria”...

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Accessible Etna

The volcano Etna is worldwide renowned as the greatest active volcano of the Eurasian zone. Around the Volcano there are wonderful landscapes, full of rich vegetation, animals, wild sounds and...

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Holy Stair open to the public

On April 12th 2019 in Rome, the famous Scala Sancta (Holy Stairs) open to the public until June 9th 2019, the holy day of Pentecost. According to the tradition, Jesus went up this staircase the day...

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Canova Eterna Bellezza: Exhibitions in Rome

From 9 October until 15 March 2020 Palazzo Braschi in Rome is going to host an unmissable exhibition of works by the italian sculptor Antonio Canova. The exhibition will show more than 170 works of...

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