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CVII • N. 17-18 • THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 2015 • GIOVEDÌ 30 APRILE 2015 FACEBOOK.COM/ITALOAMERICANONEWSPAPER The Italian Pavilion at the 2015 Universal Exposition in Milan is a mirror of the country excellence in food and art. It consists of Palazzo Italia, four temporary structures, and the Lake Arena italoamericano.org $ 2.25 DATED MATERIAL - DO NOT DELAY Expo 2015 kicks off in Milan: discovering the Italian Pavilion T h e 2 0 1 5 U n i v e r s a l Exposition is now kicking off in a completely restyled city of Milan, Italy. For at least six more months, the whole world will be looking at, talking of, and heading to the incredible 1.1 square kilometers exposition area, designed by a team of four architects, including the Italian Stefano Boeri (Vertical Forest, Milan 2014). Walking along the two main avenues, resembling the Ancient Roman cardo (north-south) and decumanus (east-west) pattern, the over 20 million expected visitors will have the opportuni- ty to experience different culi- nary traditions in the national pavilions, as well as to discover the qualities of specific types of food or diets in the so-called clusters. Yet all of these buildings and the entire area of Expo Milan 2015 are also true works of art to be explored and admired, as they showcase at the same time the best of our planet's nature and of the human genius. With this in mind, the Italian Pavilion couldn't but be impres- sively beautiful, a mirror of the Country's excellence in both food and art. Built along the cardo, it consists of Palazzo Italia, four temporary structures, and Lake Arena, for a total exhi- bition space of about 14,000 square meters. So what should you expect from it? First of all, Palazzo Italia w o n ' t b e d i s m a n t l e d a f t e r Expo's closing ceremony on October 31 st . On the contrary, it w i l l r e m a i n a m e m e n t o o f Italy's decisive step out of the economic crisis and towards the future. Created by the Italian studio Nemesi & Partners, it is inspired by the traditional borgo SILVIA SIMONETTI The ultimate artisan of luxury travel to Italy Continued on page 3 Continua a pagina 24 SIMONE SCHIAVINATO Di ritorno da Washington dove ha incontrato il presidente Usa Barack Obama, il premier italiano Matteo Renzi ha fatto tappa a Pompei e, visitando uno dei tesori più unici e preziosi che l'Italia ha nel suo paniere di meraviglie artistiche, ha detto: Aiutate il 'vostro' giornale a tenere viva l'italianità che c'è in voi

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