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The stump of a tree becomes a crib source of hope

The stump of a tree becomes a crib source of hope

A tree stump shaped by the hands of an artist, becomes a crib Wonderful artist Bruno Crema of Montagnana in the province of Padua (Italy), who has made nativity scenes sculpture using tree stumps. He has made about twenty, one more beautiful than the other, all full of meaning as the connection between nature and […]

NO BUTTER, NO PARTY

NO BUTTER, NO PARTY

Butter is one of the characteristic (and irreplaceable) ingredients of the finest, most appreciated and delicious baked goods typical of Italian Christmas. Butter gives softness and softness to panettone and pandoro, the two irresistible masterpieces of taste that make the end of year celebrations sweeter. Milan – We Italians have a record to be proud […]

Austria and its Christmas atmosphere

Austria and its Christmas atmosphere

An itinerary among the most traditional and authentic markets in Austria: the lively markets of Innsbruck, the Alpine markets of Seefeld. Flavours, emotions, atmosphere, Christmas lights and the scent of cinnamon: these are the dates and events of Austria’s most festive Christmas markets. BY TIRLE – Innsbruck and Seefeld From 15 November to 6 January, […]

From the Immaculate to New Year’s Eve, where to walk away from the frenzy of the festivities

From the Immaculate to New Year’s Eve, where to walk away from the frenzy of the festivities

Italy – Cross the bridge of the Immaculate in the warm climate of Salento, walking close to magnificent cliffs surrounded by Mediterranean scrub, spend the New Year’s in the National Park of Aspromonte, land of bergamot and smoke but also of the “Greeks of Calabria”, one of the last Italian linguistic minorities or even take […]