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.

| 22 September 2017

If you say “Ow, I like this sound” what is it that you actually mean by that? You are communicating to your auditors that those notes in the air make Sense to you. It’s something profound,… Read more >>

| 14 September 2017

A wealth of wonderful natural landscapes and a breathtaking view over villages and historical fortresses: the upper Marecchia valley has the ability to capture the eyes and the heart of the most stubborn stone hearts…. Read more >>

| 06 September 2017

“It is not possible to conceive the idea of a civilised society without the use of salt” Pliny the Elder (XXXI, 88 – I Century AD) One of a kind… Sweet salt, aromatic salt, salt… Read more >>

| 24 August 2017

The desire to discover a place suspended in space and time, where the Adriatic breeze blows gently from the sea, today is bringing us in the upper province of Rimini in the tiny village Montegridolfo,… Read more >>

| 11 August 2017

There is something about Rimini and Fellini that is undeniable: Rimini is Federico Fellini just as much as Federico Fellini is Rimini. It doesn’t matter that the famous director never shot a film in this… Read more >>

| 27 July 2017

“Quindi mutando bestie e cavallai Arimino passò la sera ancora; né in Montefiore aspetta il mattino e quasi a par  col sol giunge in Urbino” Ludovico Ariosto (Orlando Furioso c. XLIII, s.147) If you are… Read more >>