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Gite fuori porta: idee per scoprire la Toscana autentica

di Nadia Fondelli - Aria di primavera, belle giornate e la voglia di stare all'aria aperta. Aprofittatene di Pasquuetta e dei Ponti di aprile e maggio per scoprire una Toscana poco nota e meravigliosa. Quella da autentici lovers... 12 idee uniche fra antiche strade, borghi abbandonati, alpeggi, grotte e giardini. L’abbazia di Carlo Magno dove i riti sono in gregoriano Un grande classico sempre ricco di fasc ...

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Poggibonsi: launch of the fourth edition of The Alcide Race

by Nadia Fondelli - Launch of the fourth edition of this competition regularity for historic cars which takes place between Siena and Florence, in the Chianti Classico region to the Argentario also including the Maremma 13 to 15 June 2014. The Alcide Race has become a classic regularity of competitions for historic cars nationwide. Now in its fourth edition, it increasingly attracting the interest of the mo ...

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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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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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In a land of mighty red gorges, like Tuscany the ansonica is one of the whites that, with increasing attention, knows how to stand on its own two feet, releasing the Maremma of its most celebrated star in the field of wine, the Morellino. We are heading along the section of the road for Grosseto that looks towards Monte Argentario, the perfect land for this well-known grape that has been enjoyed since antiq ...

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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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