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“Dit’unto® Festival del mangiar con le mani”: domenica 13 ottobre street food d’autore a Villa a Sesta, immersi nelle colline del Chianti

“Dit’unto® Festival del mangiar con le mani”: domenica 13 ottobre street food d’autore a Villa a Sesta, immersi nelle colline del Chianti

“Dit’unto® Festival del mangiar con le mani” torna ad animare il borgo di Villa a Sesta, frazione di Castelnuovo Berardenga, in provincia di Siena, domenica 13 ottobre, dalle ore 1 ...

Musei di Maremma. La magia del tufo: un fine settimana alla scoperta della città perduta di Vitozza

Musei di Maremma. La magia del tufo: un fine settimana alla scoperta della città perduta di Vitozza

Sono due le visite guidate organizzate per il prossimo fine settimana alla scoperta della città perduta di Vitozza, uno degli insediamenti rupestri tra i più estesi d’Italia con ci ...

L’utopia di un grande festival teatrale

L’utopia di un grande festival teatrale

E' partito anche quest'estate il teatro più bello che ci sia. Quello dove il buongusto diventa un utopia. Utopia del Buongusto è un idea di successo che da ben 22 anni porta in gir ...

Turismo, IV Cammino della Setteponti, tre giorni a piedi lungo l’antica Via Cassia

Turismo, IV Cammino della Setteponti, tre giorni a piedi lungo l’antica Via Cassia

Quarta edizione de ‘Il Cammino della Setteponti', in partenza venerdì 7 giugno da Ponte a Buriano. Conclusione domenica 9 giugno, a Reggello. Tre giorni e tre tappe alla scoperta d ...

Leonardo e i suoi libri. La biblioteca del Genio Universale

Leonardo e i suoi libri. La biblioteca del Genio Universale

Come lavorava Leonardo? La risposta migliore ce la danno i suoi manoscritti. Leonardo non era un “omo sanza lettere”. Non gli bastava l’insegnamento diretto della maestra Natura: a ...

Montepulciano premia il cantiniere del 2019

Montepulciano premia il cantiniere del 2019

E' Andrea Della Lena  di Icario il premiato per l’edizione numero diciotto del premio Cantiniere dell’anno del Conzorzio del Vino di Montepulciano. Un premio istituito per promuove ...

Streetfood Village: a Foodies (Castiglioncello) il miglior cibo di strada

Streetfood Village: a Foodies (Castiglioncello) il miglior cibo di strada

Sarà la sesta edizione in compagnia dello Streetfood Village che anche quest'anno è stato inserito nell'ambito del Foodies Festival di Castiglioncello (Livorno) che si svolgerà nel ...

Lucca: the great Cru of the Tuscan Coast premiere at the Royal College

di Nadia Fondelli - Over cialis daily 80 companies and 400 labels to find the best of the Tuscan coast. A frame tastings, seminars and show-cooking with great chefs. And yet the wines in the tasting room of Georgia Visitors, the fair-market with artisans of taste and the Grand Cru Wine Shop to purchase all the wines. A great long weekend and one of Saturday 4 Sunday 5 Monday, May 6, 2013 at the Royal Colleg ...

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Maremma returns to visit San Rabano

by plaintiffs who won their viagra lawsuit in court in 2010 redacttion - The good news that do not make headlines... The beautiful Abbey of San Rabano, a symbol of Maremma, accessible and visitable back after a decade-long isolation. Cut shrubs and dense vegetation that completely invaded the area and removed the fence that surrounded the abbey not allowing access, San Rabano back to being accessible. You c ...

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How to save the Maremma!

by Simone Focardi - In 1700, after the extinction of the Medici who had no inheritors, many were the problems in Tuscany. In an intricate political game Tuscany was assigned to the Lorraine’s family who inherited a State in absolute decline … thanks to the ineptitude of the last Medici Grand Dukes. The first Lorraine Grand Duke to take possession of the new State was Francis Stephen, husband of the empress ...

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Discover Tuscany lesser-known

by Nadia Fondelli - With the spring valium for dogs back a special event to learn about unusual places of our country. For curious people who like to get involved with heart and mind, here is the 2013 edition of the Days Make Spring on Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 March. Life, stories and legends. Precious art treasures, works of art that are revealed, enchanted gardens ... There are more than 700 places Itali ...

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How best to tackle snow and ice

by Massimo Pieraccini -Forecast Snowfall and icy weather events tramadol toothache are not always predictable with accuracy, but today thanks to modern forecasting tools can be identified more precisely why you should always be fully aware of all local weather and follow the possible alerts sent Protection Civil whose operations room is always open 24 hours 24 (tel. 800 840 840). All possible alerts you can ...

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The Spanish Tuscany

by Nadia Fondelli - The “Stato dei Presidi” is a unique case in the Tuscan and the Italian history. Towards the middle of the XVI century the south of Tuscany was a part of the Republic of Siena and it was considered a crucial strategic point for the whole Mediterranean by the most important European rulers. In 1552 Siena was tired of the heavy pressures and revolted against the emperor Charles V taking the ...

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Porto Santo Stefano

Porto Santo Stefano, defined by many as "the pearl of the Argentario", lies on two inlets, Valle and Pilarella, divided by a spur called Croce. Villas and palaces rise from the sea towards la HGH Panoramica, where the last area of the town rises, called la Fortezza due to the presence of the old medieval fortress which first belonged to Siena and then to Spain. It has been finely restored and can be visited ...

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The Orbetello “Bottarga”

Orbetello is unique with its historic centre on the stripe of land that divides the lagoon from the sea. It’s a village of fishermen who are all members of the one and only cooperative responsible for the fishing activity in the 2500 hectare lagoon divided in half by the Leopoldina dam connecting Orbetello with the Monte Argentario. The people in Orbetello have been fishing in the lagoon since ancient times ...

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