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The archipelago of wonders immersed in the Blue Ponza between history and nature

The archipelago of wonders immersed in the Blue Ponza between history and nature

Italy – About 50 km from the coast of Latina, and 120 km from the port of Naples, surrounded by the blue detail of that point of the Tyrrhenian Sea, is located one of the pearls of the Italian natural heritage: the island of Ponza. Its area of 8 square km makes it the largest […]

In Carbonia extraordinary openings of the Nuraghe Sirai

In Carbonia extraordinary openings of the Nuraghe Sirai

In April, six days in Carbonia to visit the Nuraghe Sirai. Discover the extraordinary Sardinian Phoenician fortress, the only site where you recognize the most recent phase of the Nuragic civilization, contemporary to the Phoenician one Carbonia (Sardinia) Italy – Good news for all lovers of archaeology, history and culture. After the great success of […]

4 steps in ceramics

4 steps in ceramics

Italy – On Thursday 18 April at 5 p.m., in Pontedecimo (Ge) at the “Libro più” bookshop, the exhibition “Four steps in ceramics” will be inaugurated. To present the exhibition that will be open until April 28, will be Paolo Oneto with Tullio Mazzotti and Alberto Podestà will discuss the topic “Ceramics between history and […]

The History of the Sicilians since their origins

The History of the Sicilians since their origins

We present a beautiful book that proposes a new vision of a great people, the People of the Sicilians, the author Claudio D’Angelo, a courageous passionate researcher, writes to us “History is the memory of events, DNA of our past, truth and beauty; it belongs to us fully because only through the knowledge of our […]

The four jewels of South Tyrol

The four jewels of South Tyrol

From Brunico to Glorenza, passing through Bressanone and Merano: a journey through time to immerse yourself in the past of South Tyrol and look to the future with an international eye. Italy – Four South Tyrolean cities to tell the story of the past, present and future of a territory rich in nuances. Four jewels […]

Tunisia. The archaeological site of Dougga

Tunisia. The archaeological site of Dougga

Tunisia was part of the Roman Empire for almost five centuries. The 150 years under the Eastern Roman Empire, which imposed itself with the destruction of Carthage and the subsequent victory of the Punic Wars, have rooted a deep Byzantine tradition of which remains a spectacular architectural heritage. In the north-western region of Tunisia, on […]

In Italy 6,000 villages of extraordinary beauty completely abandoned

In Italy 6,000 villages of extraordinary beauty completely abandoned

Rome, 27th April 2018 – Villages and historical centres: the soul of our territory, an immense cultural richness and more. Yet today, both are under threat. From neglect, from inadequate policies, from lack of vigilance and planning on the part of the institutions, from abandonment. The complaint starts from Italia Nostra, the organization historically responsible, […]