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

| 27 February 2020
Twelve-star signs, just like the twelve streets from the heart of Bologna lead to its twelve gates, ten of which are still standing. It’s an odd coincidence,... Read more >>
| 19 February 2020
Romagna food boasts loads of dishes and recipes with very ancient traditions. There’s one thing I’ve learned over time: in this world, pasta has no... Read more >>
| 31 January 2020
I love the winter sea. I love its colours, the crushing of the waves and that sense of peace that I feel whenever I’m in front of it. There is a deep... Read more >>
| 23 January 2020
Climbing up the valley of the Montone river, on the border between Emilia Romagna and Tuscany, you will glimpse on the horizon, hidden behind sweet hills, San... Read more >>
| 20 December 2019
[caption id="attachment_19649" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Tonino Guerra | Photo © rimini.com[/caption] Honestly, I don’t think many know Tonino... Read more >>