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A statement of love for Ferrara

Sara Mantovani August 26, 2014

Yesterday I popped into an amazing article written by Ali Smith for The Guardian and I can’t say anything different but that: it’s a statement of love for Ferrara. We know Ferrara is a beautiful and rich town that will never deceive visitors, but when it is a foreign, a writer, who states that we can only… Continue Reading »

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The lanterns night in Rocca d’Olgisio

Sara Mantovani August 15, 2014

Founded around 1.000 a.C. the fortified tower is composed by some connecting spaces, that lead to a small sixteenth-century loggia. It has been owned by many different  the castle was given by Gian Galeazzo Visconti to Jacopo Dal Verme, the valiant winner of the battle where Alessandria fought against Florence. The stronghold has an irregular plant, whose only… Continue Reading »

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Magic night in San Leo with Cagliostro

Sara Mantovani August 13, 2014

The little and cosy town of San Leo is the heart of the historical region of Montefeltro, it has been the location for documentaries and film and it is a popular tourist destination and a jewel of the province of Rimini. Located on a rocky mass with sheer sides, has determined its dual military and religious… Continue Reading »

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Sagra musicale malatestiana

Sara Mantovani July 22, 2014

Here we are with one of the most long lasting events of Italy: the Sagra Musicale Malatestiana.  It is, actually, the longest standingand most prestigious event in the area of Rimini. 2014 will be the 65th edition! As a matter of fact, its birth dates back to the summer of 1950 when Carlo Alberto Cappelli,… Continue Reading »

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