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Un viaggio Pugliese

Of all the places we visited so far, the one we are most fond of is the Puglia region, with its medieval città vecchie with narrow streets and grand churches, small coastal… 1,462 more words

Travel

In-Expensive Fancy Food in Southern Italy

The picture above is a picture of the first meal I ate when I last went to Italy. It contains a lot of fish and seafood such as calamari, squid, salmon, and raw cuttlefish. 302 more words

Europe

The Hidden Gem of Salento: Rustico

Flaky, buttery, melt-in-your-mouth goodness that is difficult to find outside of Lecce, Bari, and Brindisi. This mid-morning snack is cheap, extremely filling, and very tasty. So what is it? 183 more words

Europe

Why You Should Go To Brindisi

So you’ve decided you want to go to Italy. Great! But Italy can be expensive, touristy, and some-what overwhelming. My first trip to Italy was to visit/meet my husband’s family. 623 more words

Europe

Basketball Today - Saturday, Dec 23 - in Italy

🇮🇹 Serie A
20:45 Pistoia – Trento
20:45 Torino – Reggio Emilia

🇮🇹 Serie A2
20:30 Fortitudo Bologna – Roseto Sharks

🇮🇹 Serie A Women… 98 more words

Show in Brindisi, Italy

If you follow my Instagram account, you may have seen me gush about sending my work off to my first international group show in Brindisi. 73 more words

TRIVIA TRAIL: EUROPE’S FIRST SUPERHIGHWAY

Question: What is Rome’s most famous ancient road called?

Answer: The Via Appia, or Appian Way, which visitors to Rome can still walk along. (The Romans built things to last.) Begun by Appius Claudius Caecus in 312 BC, it started in Rome and by 244 BC went all the way to Brundisium (Brindisi) on the Adriatic Sea, a distance of 365 miles (587 kilometres).

http://romeonsegway.com/appian-way-the-queen-of-roads/

HISTORY HAPPENINGS