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Oxfordshire vs Parmashire

Sara Mantovani November 28, 2014

      I hope nobody will think I am drifting into blasphemy with this comparison but the idea popped in my mind reading the obituary of Ms PD James. I loved her “Death comes to Pemberley”, partially for the impeccable crime history and, of course, for the occasion to jump back in Austin’s atmosphere. The… Continue Reading »

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Foodepedia visits Emilia Romagna

Sara Mantovani October 24, 2014

Few days ago on Foodepedia an article byNick Harman has been published. Nick visited the west part of Emilia Romagna region few weeks ago and it seems that he was fascinated by the fact that “Pigs and parmesan aren’t enough for the people of Emilia Romagna, Italy, they want to have their art and eat… Continue Reading »

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Verdi Festival in Parma

Sara Mantovani September 19, 2014

Do you know that along the Via Emilia #Route9 (the road that crosses Emilia Romagna region west-east) there are 37 historical theatres? (here the map) It means that along the Via Emilia culture and local traditions have been so powerful to keep all these, sometimes very little, theatres  alive and full of activities. Let us draw your attention… Continue Reading »

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#Route9: Fast Motors & Slow Food among the Via Emilia

Cristiana Cugia September 15, 2014

What plans do you have for the weekend of September 20 and 21? We’re planning a trip and we invite you to follow us virtually (and if you want even physically) in a trip on the State Road 9, the historic Via Emilia. “#Route9: Fast Motors & Slow Food“ is the title of our trip, focused on excellence… Continue Reading »

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STD Parma ham festival

Sara Mantovani July 24, 2014

Do you know that the word “prosciutto” (ham) takes its origin from the Latin prae exuctus, meaning ‘dried up’. The ancient Gauls and Romans already knew since a long time the art of salting and preserving meats, in fact the earliest evidence on the processing and preservation of pork meat by salting can be found in… Continue Reading »

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Music at the Castle

Sara Mantovani June 13, 2014

Fresh breeze, great music and amazin venues, this is the summer “cocktail” that the area around Parma, Reggio Emilia and Piacenza will offer to visitors. The fortresses, royal palaces, fortifications and manor houses in the province of Parma are unanimously considered to be some of the most beautiful and best preserved in Italy. And inside… Continue Reading »

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