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Jazz and Wine in Montalcino: in july the 20th edition of the important Italian music festival

This year “Jazz and Wine in Montalcino” will celebrate its 20th birthday, and sensational events are expected for this important music show! “Jazz and Wine in Montalcino” is one of the most famous, appreciated and long-stading music festival of our

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Langhe, Roero and Monferrato: The Heritage of Our Humanity

Endless hilly stretches, ancient villages, old towns and perched castles, a succession of rolling hills planted with vines in rigorous geometries: these are the magnificent scenery of the Langhe, Roero and Monferrato. To describe better this area, we can say

86th International Fair of White Truffle of Alba: A Little of History…

This year, the International event dedicated to white truffle turns back to Alba, 86th International fair of white truffle in Alba, from 8 October to 27 November 2016. The Fair of Truffle, together with Vinum, is one of the most

“Palio delle Barche” from July 23 to July 31 in Passignano sul Trasimeno

Palio delle Barche is a historical re-enactment of the battle between the families of Perugine Baglioni and Oddi. The battle took place in 1495, in Passignano, at the centre of military operations: when a small army of Oddi family had

Civita di Bagnoregio,the city that inspired the film “Il racconto dei racconti” by Matteo Garrone, oscar nominee

Asm Costruzioni,one of our partners has managed the renovation of a beautiful property in this “enchanted” village. The work focused on the interior as shown in photographs from some caves dug into the ‘tufo’ earth and part of the ground

Matera-cultural capital of Europe with 7 votes out of 13

Its official, the 2019 European Capital of Culture will be Matera, located in the Basilicata region of southern Italy which won with 7 votes out of 13. Europe congratulated Italy, with the European Commissioner for Culture, Androulla Vassiliou saying: “I’m

Altamura Cathedral

Edited by AC The cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta was built in the thirteenth century, probably by Frederick II, who rediscovered the city of Altamura after a long period of abandonment. The imposing facade of the cathedral is characterized by

BARI’S SWABIAN CASTLE From the Middle Ages to the present

Edited by AM If you find yourself in Puglia, a must see is definitely the Norman-Swabian Castle of Sannicandro in Bari which is located in the medieval part of the town. The castle is composed of two distinct parts, as

The Tarantula danced discovering the magic of this pugliese dance

By Cassandra Lessim The “tarantismo” or “tarantolismo” is a hysterical seizure that, according to ancient belief, strikes both men and women who have been bitten by a spider. This is a widespread belief, especially in the south of Italy and

Frederick II of Swabia and Puglia, from art and literature to myth and legend

Puglia, in southern Italy is closely linked to Frederick II of Swabia who so loved this region so as to be called Puer Apuliae, or the Child of Apulia. Although this epithet was originally a derogatory meaning, Frederick II was

Even RAI Chooses Great Estate & Chesterton real estate group

Edited by Alessandra Conforti When it comes to luxury real estate and finding farmhouses in the countryside, Great Estate & Chesterton real estate group seem to have no rivals. So even Ballarò, that well-known Italian TV programme on Rai 3,

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