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Italy. Mid-August dishes from the Alps to Sicily

Italy. Mid-August dishes from the Alps to Sicily

Italy – It was the Emperor Augustus in 18 BC who invented the August 15th (from feriae augusti). A day off to get away from it all and relax. That’s why all Italians have always been very fond of this date, August 15, because it is synonymous with holidays, free time spent with your family […]

For the first time in Naples. Escher on show

For the first time in Naples. Escher on show

For the first time in Naples comes the exhibition event that in recent years has beaten every record number of visitors: from November 1, 2018 to April 22, 2019 in the halls of the PAN | Palazzo delle Arti Naples is hosted the great retrospective Escher. The exhibition presents not only the works of the […]

Discovery of a painted tomb dating from the second century BC to Cuma (Naples)

Discovery of a painted tomb dating from the second century BC to Cuma (Naples)

Naples – Priscilla Munzi, researcher at the Centre Jean Bérard (Cnrs – École française de Rome) and Jean-Pierre Brun, professor at the Collège de France, have been working with their team since 2001 at the foot of the fortress on which the acropolis of the ancient city of Cuma stands, to bring to light the […]