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A “Ustica Literary Village” the 1st Majorca Trophy

A “Ustica Literary Village” the 1st Majorca Trophy

The guides of the Diving of Ustica, experts of all the secrets and beauties that the sea of the island offers and that over the years have led underwater enthusiasts and professionals of underwater photography, will compete today in a friendly festival to tell through their images the beautiful seabed of Ustica. The divers enthusiastically […]

Tuscany, Brunelleschi Castle for sale

Tuscany, Brunelleschi Castle for sale

Designed by the famous architect during the early building of the Dome of Florence’s Cathedral Tuscany (Italy) – We owe a castle in Tuscany to great architect Filippo Brunelleschi; the estate was built in 1424, when the Dome of Florence’s Cathedral was in the early stages and owned by the noble Pucci family. For sale by […]

Florence: exhibition at Palazzo Pitti “Miraculous encounters: Pontormo from drawing to painting”

Florence: exhibition at Palazzo Pitti “Miraculous encounters: Pontormo from drawing to painting”

The return of the painting the “Halberdier” after almost thirty years is the occasion for an exhibition dedicated to Pontormo – “Incontri miracolosi: Pontormo dal disegno alla pittura“ Florence – In short, who was the Halberdier? The magnificent portrait by Pontormo, now preserved at the Getty Museum in Los Angeles (which bought it in 1989 […]

AnimaMediterranea: the best expression of luxury

AnimaMediterranea: the best expression of luxury

AnimaMediterranea is an Italian cultural no profit Association based in Velletri (Rome), created by a team of journalists and most authentic beauty admirers dedicated to the search of “luxury” meaning the desire to go beyond the everyday with his boring routine that surrounds itself with mediocre things and common taste banality, to enhance aestethic taste, beauty, […]

Recovered map stolen in 2010: it is a watercolor of 1730

Recovered map stolen in 2010: it is a watercolor of 1730

Excellent work done by the Carabinieri Cultural Heritage Protection who have recovered a watercolored map and manuscript of 1730 depicting the ‘Lake of Santa Maria’, stolen from the State Archives of Rome. The work, worth 20 thousand Euros, has been traced following “the monitoring of e-commerce sites”. The document, found on a website, “of a […]

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