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Italian design returns thanks to the Salone del Mobile in Milan. But why is it so important for the country?
RT @romanhistory1: Today 46BC Caesar celebrates 1st of 4 triumphal processions in Rome over Gaul, Egypt, Pontus & Africa.
Julius Caesar & the Roman People
Some September connections from our very own Maria Gloria:
The fall is about to start and we'd love some heartwarming risotto!
Giacomo Gorini: after Oxford and the AstraZeneca vaccine, it's time to call the US home.
Chestnut season is upon us! Time to start cooking with them!
Italy's cities built of living rock: you think of Matera - rightly - but there is more around the country!
RT @romanhistory1: Romulus and Remus https://t.co/9EhucCHqZS via @romanhistory1
Wake up guys! Our word of the day is "sveglia!"
RT @Walks: Out of Storage and Onto Walls, the Uffizi Spreads Its Brand https://t.co/yMqyzlJKmS via @nytimes #Italy https://t.co/OELycgGooY
Italy is beautiful, but sometimes you need A LOT of patience to live here :) Embrace the flow and learn the art of patience!
Giacomo Gorini, the Italian immunologist who helped create Covid-19 vaccines:
What's the meaning of the word "moka", the name of Italy's most loved coffee maker?
Ever wondered why Italy is divided into regions?
Edo Vanni, legendary name of Seattle's baseball and proud Italian-American:
A chat with Lorenzo Forbice, the man who' s been saving wine from the damage of smoke:
After more than 70 years in the sky, Alitalia is saying goodbye to its customers in October, and ITA will take its place:
Maenza is the latest entry in the Homes at 1 Euro project: would you move here?
This week's curiosity: why is Italian the language of music?
Maenza is the last beautiful village in Italy to offer homes at 1 euro. Let's discover more about this place rich in history and art: