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Bologna and its University

Sara Mantovani October 14, 2014

The publishing house Il Mulino (founded in Bologna) celebrates its 60 birthday these days and Bologna will feast with a big event, the program includes 84 speakers, 24 meetings scattered in 13 places that will make the city protagonists. Il Mulino is deeply link with the University of Bologna. The institution that we today call… Continue Reading »


Don’t get rid of the rind

Sara Mantovani October 7, 2014

Keeping moving along the Via Emilia, it would be easy to meet a cheese factory, a Parmigiano Reggiano cheese factory. When it is said that Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese has been “a great cheese for at least nine centuries”, it is not only highlighting its ancient origin. Indeed, it means pointing out that this cheese today is still identical to how… Continue Reading »


#myER the exhibition of your pics is open!

Sara Mantovani September 26, 2014

Ready to see the best of your pics? #myER: EmiliaRomagna trhough your eyes  is ready to open! From today until Sat 18th of October the exhibition will be hosted in Palazzo Malvezzi Hercolani at the townhall of Castel Guelfo di Bologna Opening hours: Monday: 2pm-8pm; tuesday-friday: 10am-8pm; saturday and sunday: 10am-8.30pm Virgilio Malvezzi built the… Continue Reading »


Enjoy the best of Emilia Romagna

Sara Mantovani September 4, 2014

Today I would like to borrow Rupert Parker’s words to present you a greedy itinerary through Emilia Romagna Region. Rupert Parker published two days ago on the Huffington post a very nice article re his recent trip to the Italian food valley He says that best of made in Italy food&wine “are the traditional reasons… Continue Reading »


Knight for a day

Sara Mantovani July 29, 2014

Let’s your kids explore the magic atmosphere of the medieval times. In September there is an interesting chance to visit the neo-gothic village of Grazzano Visconti and plunge into its fairytale atmosphere. The whole day children can play like people of medieval times: experience adventures dressed like medieval soldiers along the village streets and the… Continue Reading »


Pasta celebration

Sara Mantovani March 17, 2014

In everyone’s mind one of the most popular stereotype regarding Italy is probably pasta and in Emilia Romagna region we are definitely proud of being great pasta and fresh pasta makers! The chance to speak about pasta has arisen from the highness of the NYT! that published a very nice piece by Nicholas Blechman about… Continue Reading »

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