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Bernini's drawings returned to Rome for an exhibition after 300 years

Article published by l’Italo Americano on March 15th, 2015 by l’Italo Americano staff : http://www.italoamericano.org/social/berninis-drawings-returned-rome-exhibition-after-300-years

Photo: l’Italo Americano – One of Bernini’s drawings (Photo credits: Ansa) 106 more words

The Great Pompeii Project will be extended until 2016

Article published by l’Italo Americano on March 5th, 2015 by l’Italo Americano staff : http://www.italoamericano.org/social/great-pompeii-project-will-be-extended-until-2016
The Pompeii archeological site will get funding until 2016

UNESCO has decided to extend the deadline for completion of restoration at the world-famous archaeological site of Pompeii to the end of 2016. 116 more words

Castagnole, one of the most popular Carnival deep-fried sweets

Article originally published by l’Italo Americano on February 9, 2015 by Alessia Odoardi: http://www.italoamericano.org/story/2015-2-9/Castagnole


Castagnole

It’s that time of the year again: Carnevale is almost here! 294 more words

The Carnival Season kicks off in Italy


The 142nd edition of the world famous Carnival of Viareggio is expected to host masks of Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi as well as Berlusconi and Pope Francis… 178 more words

Lucca: Renaissance charm and a lively cultural scene


Piazza Amfiteatro, Lucca

Red roofs, a lovely oval shaped central square and the beautiful Tuscan countryside all around it: Lucca sits on the banks of river Serchio and charms visitors with its Renaissance-era city walls -still intact to these days- its understated elegance and its timeless beauty. 118 more words

Carnevale storico di Offida, the carnival which opens the Italian masquerade season


A moment of the parade along Offida’s street

Il Carnevale storico di Offida, in the province of Ascoli Piceno, is held annually according to tradition. This year’s editions starts January 17, the day of St. 139 more words