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HOHENSALZBURG FORTRESS: With Gottfried, to step into a nest that looks out over nearly a thousand years of history

The fortress was built gradually, starting in 1077, and even at this time it is – for degree of conservation – the largest fortress in central Europe. I would like to show you its rooms, along with numerous museums. Since 1892, the Hohensalzburg Fortress is reachable with a cable car, and it is with that that we’ll get there. You’ll …

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UNITED COLORS OF POVERTY – Deception of the friendships, friend of many or a few, food to be pitied or covet

TWO SPECIES – J. P. Sartre: Of the two species poor. Those that are all together, and those that are individually. The former are true, others are of the rich unlucky. RICH FRIENDSHIPS – E. Pound: Come, compiangiamoli those who are better than us. Come, friend, and remember, that the rich have butlers and no friends, and we have friends …

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YOU’VE SEEN THE SEA: Poetry, by Han Dong

YOU’VE SEEN THE SEA “You have seen the sea you have imagined the sea you’ve imagined the sea then seen it just like this you saw the sea and imagined it but you are not a sailor you imagined the sea you saw the sea possibly you anche liked the sea at most it was like this you saw the …

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WE ARE (EVEN) WHAT WE EAT: With Miguel, to savor his Galicia

True, unbelievable, but true. This is also Spain, but winter is now behind us, forests and pastures are revived and Galicia returns to donate his specialitità (of course, also gastronomic). In this corner northwest of the Iberian Peninsula, the town of Lalin is the heart of my land, and I will accompany you to eat what my mother always cooking: …

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MARIOTTO ALBERTELLI: Painter of the Italian Renaissance, on the way from the workshop of Rosselli and brotherhood with Baccio della Porta, to the landscapes of the Flemish sile

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Michelangelo Buonarroti – Sculptor, painter, architect and poet of the Italian Renaissance

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MY INVISIBLE APPLE: Along with Thomas, recalling his New York

When I went into the palace of the Nasdaq, attracted me were not the videos on its external facade showed the oscillations of the stock market, but the restaurant ESPN Zone (comfortable chairs and many giant screens, each with a different sporting event). From 7 to 9 am, in those years, passing in Time Square I could observe Good Morning …

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THE NIGHTSCAPE: Poetry, by Haizi

THE NIGHTSCAPE “In the nightscape I have three times suffered hardships: wandering, loving, existing I have three forms of happiness: poetry, throne, Sun.” (Haizi)

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AKIKO YOSANO, POEMS: Under the Milky Way, the spring wind through the pines

“Doves from the roof of the pagoda the petals of cherry trees fall in the spring wind – write my song on their wings.”   “Milky Way: in bed with him, I open the curtain and watch as dawn, we separate two stars.”     “Through the pines so much on her cheeks that on my the breeze However, at …

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FERNANDO PESSOA, EPITHALAMIUM: Open your windows, grow bolder or more rich

EPITHALAMIUM “Open the windows and thee doors all wide lest taught of night abide, or, like a ship’s trail in the sea, survive what made it there to live! She lies in bed half waiting that her wish grow bolder or more rich to make her rise, or poorer, to oust fear, and she rise as a common day were …

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