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MEN WITH FLAGS AND ANCIENT FESTIVALS – Gubbio and the surrounding 164 km in 4 hours and ten minutes

GUBBIO AND ITS SURROUNDING AREA: 164 km in 4 hours and ten minutes: Gubbio (15 May, Festa e Corsa dei ceri (Festival and Candle run) – Last Sunday in the month, Palio della balestra (Crossbow palio) – Good Friday, Processione del Cristo Morto – 25 April, exhibition Gruppo Sbandieratori di Gubbio (Flag Waving) – 23 and 24 June Notte del ...

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IN THE DEPTH – Poem by Dastilige Nevante

ASTONISHMENT, poems loose in the winter. A short collection of poems gained in the season where everything seems to be sleeping, but where everything can be born in silence. This page is taken from the collection of poems published by Meeting Benches http://meetingbenches.com/bench/e-book-english-version/ in the e-book English versions. Dante Evangelisti was born in Italy and graduated in Psycho-Sociology of Communication. ...

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GOOD FATE ENCOURAGES THE PREPARED MIND – The Other Countryside / Novel page

………………………….. Don Luciano still did not speak. Bad sign, he knew Giorgio for consolidated experience. Then resorted to a little trick imagined before the interview. He took out his briefcase two sheets, on which he had written in the previous two things which, they hoped, could Sorting effect on the parish priest.”Good fortune favors the prepared mind, the prepared mind ...

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THAT AFTERNOON, REMAIN A FEW MINUTES TO THE SIX – Sinkholes / Novel page

………………………………. It was a few minutes to six and Monika Bobulova felt that August afternoon promised something good was about to meet his contact and Skype was excited, even if it was not the first time a window opened its virtual reality of women only. Her friend Petra had not been able to advise you dress for the evening, but ...

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AMERICAN BEST SELLER / POSSESSION – Novel by Helen Hardt

Many people loves to read. Our proposal call any web-traveler to sit into Meeting Benches info@meetingbenches.com to share written emotions, observing new creative horizons. Readers enjoy the arts and improve their imagination. Reading makes you smarter, it improves your memory to discover and create yourself. In his book (How to Read and Why), Harold Bloom says that we should read ...

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THAT ROOM WAS POORLY ILLUMINATED – The Last Row / Page novel

……………………………. The kitchen of the house Maidanchini was the only room on the ground floor. Intrigued by its aromas, Giacomo entered just as a tabby cat was being chased by the cook with a broom. It was a dimly lit room, dominated by a fireplace so large that it is possible to sit at the sides, with skewers and grills ...

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SHE FELT ON HER SKIN THE IMMINENCE OF THINGS – Waiting forAusterlitz / Novel page

………………………………. The woman from the rebellious curl wasn’t superstitious and had a natural gift, to warn her skin and the imminence of the things, but in those moments she hadn’t particular perception, and she had only thought to scratch a heart and the initial of her name, together with that of her man on the wall cavern: “LD”. Continuing in ...

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POETIC DUTCH SHADES

Vitruvian Man created by Leonardo da Vinci is a design, where a man in two overlapped positions (with arms and legs spread wide), is inscribed in a circle and a square. https://leonardodavinci.stanford.edu/submissions/clabaugh/history/leonardo.html Throughout the centuries, that image has become a cultural icon. Perfectly proportioned, the symmetry of the human anatomy is correlated with the symmetry of the universe. That man ...

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THE DINNER – Novel by Herman Koch

Born in 1953, Herman Koch it is a Dutch writer and actor, author of novels. When his family moved to Amsterdam. He has written short stories and novelsis, but his best-selling novel (The Dinner), has been translated into 21 languages, and had sold over one million copies throughout Europe. In his subsequent novels, he developed into an ironic writer relating ...

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TRAVEL IN ITALY – September 28, 1471

GASPARA STAMPA I burned, I cried, I sang, I cry, I burn and singing; I’ll cry, I’ll burn, I’ll sing forever (until death or fortune or dissolve time, or wit, eyes and heart, style, fire and tears) the beauty, value and wisdom in hand, actions vague, wise and honorable Love for nature study seems to act in the face, the ...

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