Autore: Davide Marino

Davide Marino was born archaeologist but ended up doing other things. Rational - but not methodic, slow - but passionate. A young enthusiast with grey hair.

| 23 March 2017

I guess you will agree with me when I say that the opening of a new museum is awesome news, an achievement for culture in general and a great event to celebrate and share with… Read more >>

| 14 March 2017

““Four wheels move the body, two wheels move the soul” Being a biker is more than a hobby, it’s a way of life. It give thrills and emotions that are hard to describe to those… Read more >>

| 06 March 2017

Rivers that embrace the Adriatic Sea, valleys and basins of freshwater and salted water, woods and pinewoods are the quintessential elements of the Po Delta, a marvellous example of biodiversity, whose beating heart is water…. Read more >>

| 03 March 2017

Let’s admit it: if you think about the Emilia-Romagna, the first thing that comes up to your mind is certainly not “Jazz”. If you brainstorm a little bit, other associations and ideas will pop up;… Read more >>

| 23 February 2017

Do you remember my previous article on industrial archaeology and the old factories and mines of Romagna (read here)? Today we are moving west across river Sillaro toward Emilia and we are finishing, for now,… Read more >>

| 17 February 2017

Summer is still a distant moment, and it’s true that it might be a bit too early to arrange anything, but my friends are already looking forward to it. Winter was particularly hard this year… Read more >>