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The Heaven Book that Abolished Slavery

The capital of the Emilia-Romagna region in Italy, Bologna is a historical goldmine for lovers of obscure but important history. The city enjoyed great success during the Medieval period, but perhaps the most interesting thing is the Liber Paradisus, otherwise known as the Heaven Book. 393 more words


Fotografia in bianco e nero a Bologna

Il mio primo blog che si chiamava Boken Anima” è stato avvicendato da questo in cui scrivo, in cui mi metto in evidenza con il mio sincero nome e cognome . 455 more words


During the epiphany, me, my girlfriend and Coco (ours beautiful dog), have decided to do a little trip of two days out of Florence, so we went to… 1,046 more words


La dotta, la grassa, la rossa

Bologna is known for a few things. For being the home of the Università di Bologna, the oldest university in the world, originally founded in 1088 – from here, “La Dotta (The Learned One).” For the Bolognese sause, as well as the production of a variety of cured meats, which gives birth to the city’s nickname as “La Grassa (The Fat One).” “La Rossa (The Red One)” is, originally, supposed to have referred to its red roofs, although after World War II it also became tied to the city’s political climate, as it became a stronghold of the Italian Communist Party. 134 more words


Sangue del mio Sangue (2015)

This film was written and directed by Italian director Marco Bellocchio. Bellocchio is a veteran arthouse director who studied film and the arts in Italy and in London. 1,075 more words

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Postcard from Bologna, Italy: Hard to keep a camera in a pocket

The last batch of postcards from our month wandering the streets of Bologna finally arrived.

the devil’s in the details

Barbie does Bologna

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Path to paradise in the Appenines foothills

Dante isn’t the only one to have found inspiration in this part of Italy. The writer explores the Emilia-Romagna region taking in its bell towers, truffles, wine – and also it’s musical side