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The Tuscia is a historical region located between Tuscany, Umbria, Lazio and the Tyrrhenian Sea. Since prehistoric times, this beautiful land has welcomed many different people that have left obvious signs of their presence. In particular, the Etruscan civilization...read more
“Here you breathe a European atmosphere” - commented a German publisher while visiting Bari - “it is quite different from what we image for a southern Italian city”. In the image: the Historic Masseria San Domenico in the past and in the present It is thanks to...read more
Monte Argentario is a beautiful peninsula in Southern Tuscany, in the area known as Maremma. It features a rugged coastline alternating cliffs and sandy bays, a dense Mediterranean vegetation inside and outside its protected nature reserves, and charming fishing...read more
Imagine yourself in a fragrant lemon orchard under the intense blue sky on the Amalfi Coast, sipping some chilly limoncello… an icy liqueur with a strong, yet sweet lemon flavor! This Italian liqueur is produced mainly in the south of the boot, especially in...read more
Today’s topic is… music! In particular we would like to tell you more about the city of Cremona, in the region of Lombardy, which is especially distinguished for its musical history. In fact, some of the earliest and most renowned luthiers came from Cremona,...read more