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Jump in Bologna: May 28 in Piazza Maggiore

Lo Staff May 22, 2015

The main city square, a trampoline and a photographer with a passion for the @kitchensuspension: mix it all and you’ll find the magic formula for Fai Un Salto a Bologna (Stop by Bologna), which is going to take place on Thursday, May 28 in Piazza Maggiore. Will you come to jump with us? After the first project edition… Continue Reading »


Pavarotti house opens its door

Sara Mantovani May 21, 2015

We should probably end our post here, this is one of the most worldwide known piece of opera, and Maestro Pavarotti one of the most intense and perfect interpreter of it. But while we are carried away by Puccini’s note and unmistakable Pavarotti’s tone colour, we would like to present you a unique possibility that the… Continue Reading »


Bologna University celebrates its alumni

Sara Mantovani May 13, 2015

Bologna University is a leading actor of Bologna city, with its position among the top 200 universities in the world it attracts more than 80.000 students.  ReUniOn will be a great occasion for all the students that graduated in the prestigious Bologna University to come back to Bologna. It’s the first time that an Italian university… Continue Reading »


The Sun loves Via Emilia as a road trip

Sara Mantovani May 7, 2015

Between the myth of Route 66 in the US and the fascinating Ruta 40 in South America there is the authentic Italian Via Emilia. The ancient Roman road can play its role among other famous “on the road” holidays.   The Sun, last Sunday, with the experienced words of Lisa Minot, described 20 top ways to enjoy… Continue Reading »


A new link discovered between Piacenza and Leonardo da Vinci

Sara Mantovani March 11, 2015

It is definitely a bizzare news the one reported by The Telegraph regarding the “the same crisp white wine that Leonardo da Vinci enjoyed from his Milan estate 500 years ago” The University of Milan after a decade of studies eventually discovered how to reproduce and plant again the same grape variety that Leonardo da… Continue Reading »


International Women’s Day

Sara Mantovani March 4, 2015

Almost everywhere in the world the 8th of March means a celebration of the International Women’s Day. According to the UN this is a day aiming  “to reflect on progress made, to call for change and to celebrate acts of courage and determination by ordinary women who have played an extraordinary role in the history of… Continue Reading »

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