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SOUNDS, PERFUMES AND ATMOSPHERES, BETWEEN PAST AND PRESENT – Traveling in Tuscany

Drink Chianti, listening to Bocelli, on green velvet You can go there to appreciate its extraordinary artistic offer, or simply to let yourself be enveloped by its landscapes. If you want to walk in remote mountain paths, pedal on hills full of curves, or sail in a sea dotted with islands, you will have to go right here. Foreigners choose …

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JOURNEY INTO PIEDMONT CREATIVITY – From lemon ice cream to Pumpkin Tavern, in good company

Five ways to combine art with a territory Sometimes, the artistic vein of a painter blossoms in a small town that is why our journey into Piedmontese creativity begins here. In Piedmont, on the northwestern border with the hills of the Monferrato Casalese, Quargnento http://www.comune.quargnento.al.it/ is a municipality in the Alessandria plain. Among its monuments, you will find the minor …

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BETWEEN IMAGINATION AND ABSTRACTION – Carlo Carrà, the revolutionary who had a limit, beyond which there was something more

When a puppet symbolized the destruction of the era of false beauty In Piedmont, on the northwestern border with the hills of the Monferrato Casalese, Quargnento http://www.comune.quargnento.al.it/ is a municipality in the Alessandria plain. Among its monuments, you will find the minor Basilica of San Dalmazio, one of the most important ecclesiastical examples in the province. In the Vallerina Street, …

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ENIGMATIC PRESENCES, INSIDE A SILENT UNIVERSE – Riccardo Moncalvo and witness of the ‘900 Industrial Turin

Faceless figures Among the most beautiful squares in the city, there is Piazza Castello, but also the royal palace and Palazzo Madama are jewels that you can photograph. Another square in Turin is Piazza Vittorio Veneto, right on the edge of the Po River. Near the Egyptian Museum https://museoegizio.it/, you will find the building that in the nineteenth century was …

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BEYOND FASHIONS AND COMMONPLACES – Kristina Ti, a way of being more than a way of dressing

She conquers the head first of all Among its typical restaurants, the Antica Trattoria della Rosa Rossa http://www.ristoranterosarossa.net/cucina-tipica-piemontese.html offers you a Piedmontese tasting menu, with Cruda di Fassone antipasto beaten with a knife. Moncalieri, city of art and history, where the Knights Templar have a bridge dedicated to them, which controls the passages on the Po River. Its Royal Castle …

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WHEN FASCINATION FOR JAZZ BECOMES THE AIR YOU BREATHE – Paolo Conte, the songwriter with two loves (his country and Paris)

Over time made up of enigmatic weeks Area of hills, streams and vineyards, it has a city with a skyline with a medieval taste, enlivened by over 100 towers. Local food and wine offers you the opportunity to savor Spumante and Barbera. Welcome to Asti, in the heart of Monferrato. In its Piazza Campo Palio, in September you can admire …

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IN MORE THAN A CREATIVE MODE, BUT WITH ALL THE SENSES – Parma itineraries, to discover the creative good taste

Sight, hearing, smell, taste, touch. Author’s trip to Parma, with all the senses In Parma https://www.10cose.it/parma/cosa-vedere-parma, a place of inestimable artistic value, the Palazzetto Sanvitale is full of frescoes, but among them do not miss a Madonna and Child, painted by Parmigianino in 1524. You can deepen your knowledge of this painter by entering the Abbey of San Giovanni Evangelista …

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LA CALIFFA – Novel by Alberto Bevilacqua

The thousand facets of a difficult and complex personality Just as the memory of places can be associated with something, also the literary places of Parma, https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?hl=en&mid=12e55DKV6NxleNBgZBcy5DsP90Cw&ll=44.80463903367221,10.335480251838419&z=15, to move on the horizon of the written things that the city has been able to generate. You can do this, through writers and poets who have imagined, remembered or invented it, such …

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IN THE CONTINUOUS SEARCH FOR REFINEMENT – Ippolito Nievo Albertelli, a short and intense cell phone career

An excellent cell technique, capable of poignant vibrations This is the area where Giuseppe Verdi (one of the most important composers of opera), was born in a small village in Busseto. An itinerary to discover the places and characters of music in Parma http://www.parmacityofgastronomy.it/tour-musicale/, could start from the Farnese Theater, continue to the birthplace of Arturo Toscanini and complete at …

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SLEEPING HEART TO LOVE – Dante Alighieri and the story of a Platonic love

Platonic love, is still a shared feeling Through his literary work, his feelings towards a woman, his inspiring muse, Dante Alighieri has helped to make love literature, as we know it leave. Born in Florence in 1265, he would later become the greatest poet in Italy. That unrequited sentiment lived on love and passion for a woman named Beatrice, and …

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