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San Marino

I don’t know why I wanted to visit San Marino. Perhaps it was just curiosity over what I’d heard; that it’s an independent, autonomous state that has its own laws, government and national football team. 288 more words

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Bagno di Romagna

My first test upon moving to Italy, was to find my way around Bagno di Romagna, which is a very pretty small town in the region of… 582 more words

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The Winemaking Traditions of Cantina Braschi (#ItalianFWT)

For almost 70 years, Cantina Braschi has brought focus to the native grapes of Emilia-Romagna, making wine in the countryside of Cesena. Lying in the far southeast of the province along the border with the Marche, Cesena is neighbor to both Apennine foothills and Adriatic beaches. 941 more words

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City Girl Travels to Italy

I’ll be traveling to the Veneto and Emilia-Romagna for 40 days this fall! I will be blogging and vlogging about it, so if you want insider tips on European travel, click the follow button on the right. 682 more words

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Explore Emilia-Romagna with the Italian Food, Wine & Travel Group (#ItalianFWT)

Saturday, September 2, the Italian Food Wine & Travel group takes a virtual trip to Emilia-Romagna, exploring its culture and cuisine and – of course – its wine traditions. 388 more words

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Marina di Ravenna: the Fishermen's Night

Marina di Ravenna is a bit like home.

It is not my memories’ home nor my childhood’s home, it is rather a window of adulthood’s memories. 199 more words

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Piadina, the Italian flatbread

Emilia Romagna is the creator of this flatbread, based on flour, salt, water and lard or olive oil. You can of course make them yourself, but the variety in the supermarket is so large that it’s easier to store in the fridge for the right occasion. 114 more words

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