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WRITING, IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH – Poets who tell the pain, between skepticism and meanness

Still, new springs will return How have the recurring elements in the realities that poets and writers were experiencing, also in light of the explosion of the Black Death pandemic, been told in literature? There is a way of behaving men in the presence of fears, which Cecco Angiolieri and Franceschino degli Albizzi have lived and told, in Siena and …

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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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ON RAFFAELLO’S TRACES – A “author’s journey” from Urbino to Rome, following the artistic path of a creative genius.

Crossing the existential parable of a talent, through places and faces of his characters. In Urbino, the collections belonging to the National Gallery of the Marche, are on display in Ducal Palace (built for the Duke Federico da Montefeltro), http://www.gallerianazionalemarche.it/en/ducal-palace/ where next to his own rooms (between the twin turrets), the Duke had a splendid study built using wood inlay. …

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