The Ambrosiana Library in Milan and its history:
An icon of Italian cuisine, the bistecca alla fiorentina. But do we know how to pick the right meat or reco...
Seasonal, warming and with the right hint of spice: try Letizia's pumpkin and saffron soup this week!
Check out this new website to learn more about our beautiful country!
Well...The weather in Italy is pretty summery right now, so here's an interesting read from a couple of years ago - but always on point! - about Italy's favorite way to cool: gelato!
Five ingredients every Italian love but are not that cliché.
History and spirituality in Montecassino
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RT @Agenzia_Ansa: La basilica del Santissimo Redentore a Venezia è stata imbrattata nella notte da ignoti vandali che hanno dipinto una porzione della facciata di rosso. #ANSA
The history of Pistoia, Italy's first comune:
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Your "cianfrusaglie" may become my treasure...
Italy contributed to the Space Race, too!
#Susa #Piemonte #Piedmont #Alps #Alpi
Photo: Xantana | https://t.co/NK624tAy7L
The weather is nicer, the sun is out and the hot season is just around the corner: Italians are getting ready to visit a "fiera" or two. Do you know what the word means?
If you are around San Pedro on the Giorno della Repubblica, why not take part in the Italy Run LA?
Simple rules all Italians follow at the table!
There is always something more to learn about Pompeii...
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@damienmofarrell @savortheharvest @foodandwine @ @WineSpectator #italy #wine #winelover
Enrico Bilzi tells us all about his family business, which wants to bring the real Made in Italy everywhere in the world:
Norba, in Lazio, was one of the very few towns that managed to resist Rome:
Is there anything sweeter than a kiss?
RT @GaEstensi: In some places time stands still! Ever been to the Boscone della Mesola near Ferrara? It's an enchanting naturalistic area where it is easy to spot deers. The Este family also had a res