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| 03 December 2020

We’re not 100% sure, but thinking the contrary wouldn’t make sense: Dante Alighieri, during his “last stay” in Ravenna, had to have visited the splendid basilicas of the city, today a Unesco World Heritage Site and admired their inestimable… Read more >>

| 27 November 2020

For some years, art has made its way into the ancient Byzantine capital, occupying neighborhoods that have always been on the edge of the historic centre. In these areas on the border, between agreements and social… Read more >>

| 12 November 2020

Emilia-Romagna is made by its people – those who love, work and contribute to society in the way they best know of. The below is a collection of 10 profiles and videos of those who… Read more >>

| 30 October 2020

In Italy there are many examples of parks and outdoor areas in which sculptures and works of art fit into a natural setting, building an interesting and reciprocal exchange. Alongside the most well-known names, such… Read more >>

| 29 October 2020

It’s easy to set your eyes upon Rimini and see the attraction; the most famous seaside resort on the Adriatic Riviera is home to 15kms of sun-toasted coastline that lures revelers the world over during European… Read more >>