Frecce Tricolore 2 June 2020, the embrace of the flag

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On the occasion of the Italian Republic Day, the legendary Frecce Tricolore will fly over the Italian regional capitals with their spectacular crossing in white, red green of the sky. A wish, a message of solidarity and an ideal embrace in the flag by the National Acrobatic Patrol. Between the 25th and 29th of May […]

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Virtual Museums in Italy #part2: Contemporary Art

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Mini-guide on contemporary art, collection of all museums, galleries and foundations that can be visited virtually. From Rome to Florence, Venice, Turin, Milan, Bologna, Modena via Vicenza, Prato and Bolzano. Against COVID-19, #stayhome but #beactive and #sharethebeauty! In our previous story, we traveled around Italy, comfortably seated in an armchair, discovering the wonders of Italian […]

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Guide to the Italian Virtual Museums Part #1: Classic Art and Ancient History

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The Coronavirus keeps us at home, but who says from here you can’t dream? And what could be better than art to live the greatest dream, the one of absolute beauty? Here is a Mini-guide on Museums, Galleries and Foundations that, using Social Media and 3D sites, allow you to virtually visit stable and temporary […]

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Fall foliage in Italy: a warm embrace in the vineyard. 3 ideas to enjoy colors and wine

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There is no such thing as fall foliage forecast in Italy, as it is not as known as it is in other countries of the world. But a nice foliage takes place in the vineyards, where autumn colors hold you in a warm embrace in the first cold days of the year. Only one month […]

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4 things to do in Italy in October

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Let’s face it: autumn brings with it a bit of Summer Blues. Yes, some of us love finding themselves within the walls of their home, resuming work after a break and maybe enjoying the cooler temperatures. But reality is that even those who say so, at the end of the weekend hope for some good […]

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Venerio, the welcoming hermit on the Island of Tino

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The city, or perhaps it is better to say its sea, is preparing to celebrate San Venerio, the saint protector of the Gulf On the 13th and 14th and 15th September, is celebrated on the sea of the Gulf the feast of St. Venerio, an ancient worship that is the patron saint of sailors in […]

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The Summer Solstice is here: many celebrations between sea and mountains

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On the eve of the Summer Solstice, some spirituality and nature events celebrate the days of light. Monti San Lorenzo is an inland village of Lerici: here, in the twilight of the woods at sunset, an evocative spectacle between nature and millenary constructions that celebrates light in the days of summer Solstice has been occurring for […]

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The Sentiero Italia in Liguria

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Over 6000 kilometers for the longest trek in the world: The Sentiero Italia in Liguria also touches our heights. A dream born in the 90s by the CAI passionate hikers and then left behind, the Sentiero Italia is a path traced on the mountainous ridge of our peninsula, to touch its most spectacular points, and […]

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Le Rosse, Carabbean allure in the small beach of Albana

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Difficult to reach on foot (and swimming), so popular among those who cruise around the Gulf by boat: le Rosse beach enchants swimmers and sailors.  If you look at the coast of La Spezia from the panoramic terrace of San Pietro in Porto Venere or during a boat trip to the Cinque Terre, Le Rosse […]

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The Stair of the Doomed: cursed beauty on the Palmaria Island

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The Stair of the Doomed climbs from the Terrizzo to the Palmaria Island top. A walk along the route used by the prisoners convicted to forced labor for the construction of the Forte Cavour The archipelago of La Spezia includes- with its three islands – more than one reason for charm and interest. Palmaria Island, […]

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