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Bagnoregio: The Dying City Lives On

Posted on May 6th 2022 in ITALY  

How fun does it sound to visit a place nicknamed The Dying City?  Believe it or not, the dying city of Bagnoregio is a very lively place, especially if you visit during tourist season.Established...
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Precious Poo: An Ancient Sewer Tells of Life in Pompeii

Posted on March 29th 2022 in ITALY  

Pompeii. Mention the word and visions of cataclysmic disaster come to mind. The site of the world’s most famous catastrophe is now one of the world’s most fascinating and most visited archeologica...
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Obsession & Anger: The Story of Michelangelo in Rome Part 2

Posted on March 21st 2022 in ITALY  

Born and raised in Tuscany, Michelangelo rose from relatively humble beginnings to become one of the most sought-after and well-paid artists of the Renaissance.As a craftsman, he was a legend in his o...
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The Glory & The Darkness: The Story of Michelangelo in Rome

Posted on March 14th 2022 in Travel Rome   ITALY  

Legendary genius, legendary obsession, legendary loneliness.Famous rivals, famous patrons, famous censors.Michelangelo is arguably the most celebrated artist of the Renaissance. A true Renaissance man...
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Funny Ways of Saying Things in Italian

Posted on January 31st 2022 in ITALY  

Italians are famous for talking with their hands, but they have a knack for using words in very clever ways as well. From colloquial expressions to age-old proverbs, Italian have ways of saying things...
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Epiphany & Befana: Italian Traditions to Close the Holidays

Posted on January 6th 2022 in ITALY  

January 6 marks the end of the holiday season in Italy, commemorating the day on which the Three Wise Men arrived in Bethlehem to present their famous gifts to baby Jesus.  The lively, month-long...
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New Year’s Traditions in Italy

Posted on December 30th 2021 in ITALY  

In Italy, where social customs and culinary culture go back thousands of years to ancient Roman times, tradition and food are still woven together in an opulent tapestry that is never more prominently...
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Christmas Traditions in Italy

Posted on December 24th 2021 in ITALY  

As you can probably imagine, the Christmas holidays are a big deal in Italy, where the confluence of its rich culinary culture and longstanding religious traditions create a festive season that is tru...
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