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Maramotti collection

Sara Mantovani October 28, 2014

The surname Maramotti is for ever linked to fashion and it means MaxMara, Marella, Pennyblack, Max&co… But today Marmotti means also contemporary art thanks to the Maramotti Contemporary Art Gallery. The founder of the fashion company, Mr Achille Maramotti, first conceived of creating a public collection of contemporary art some thirty years ago, and planned to make… 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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Online on Radiotimes

Sara Mantovani October 16, 2014

Thanks to Gary Rose who recently visited the area, Emilia Romagna is presented among the destination guides on the travel section of the very popular website radiotimes. Talking about Reggio Emilia he writes: “For me, if you visit any town in Emilia Romagna it must be Reggio Emilia. While it has plenty of bars, shops, history and… Continue Reading »

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Aperto festival in Reggio Emilia

Sara Mantovani September 29, 2014

Reggio Emilia is right in the middle of the Via Emilia #Route9. Reggio is famous for being the place where the Italian tricolour was invented. It was an engineer and public employee, called Ludovico Bolognini, that designed the new white, red and green flag at the end of the XVIIIth century. A model of the… Continue Reading »

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Mani in pasta festival in Reggio Emilia

Sara Mantovani September 9, 2014

Looking for a proper food immersion? This is for you! Not only great, high quality food but a real 360° experience that will embrace you. The “Mani in pasta” (literally “hands in the dough”) is the theme of this third edition which aims to represent the world of makers, creativity, making dough, bread, and pasta.  The heart… 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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