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Agnese Troiani
Christmas has arrived and like every year, traditions and roots live again. Who lives overseas knows a lot about this and, even if only for a few days, thanks to the magic of Christmas, prepares dishes linked to traditions and roots of his homeland. Yes, our branches and leaves grow where we live, but we...
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Giancarlo Esposito was born in Copenhagen on April 26, 1958. His parents met in Teatro della Scala in Milan, where Giovanni “John” Esposito was a Neapolitan carpenter and Elizabeth “Leeza” Foster was an African-American opera singer. At the age of 6 he left Italy and the family moved to Emsford, north of New York. His...
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“A truly exceptional discovery!” exclaims Massimo Osanna, director of the Archaeological Park of Pompei. A few days ago, the 21st November 2020, during the excavations in the Villa of the harnessed chestnut were found two bodies in the cryptoporticus of a large villa. The word cryptoporticus comes from the Greek kryptos= hidden and from the...
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The flourishing city of Baia was founded by the Greeks on the stretch of coast between Cuma and Pozzuoli. Many famous personalities of Rome, such as Cicero and the emperors Caligula, Claudius, Nero, Domitian, Hadrian and so on, chose this area called by the Greeks Phlegraios = burning for its remarkable volcanic activity. This place...
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Few ingredients (flour, water, salt, oil, yeast, tomato, mozzarella fior di latte and basil) are the basis of a food that carries the colours of the Italian flag around the world: the Pizza Margherita. Since ancient Greece was used as a dish a disc of dough seasoned at will, as told by Virgil in the...
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Nicholas was born in 270 AD in Patara, in Turkey. His parents taught him Christian values, he became priest and then served as bishop of Mitra, in Asia Minor. Like other Christians, he was persecuted by Diocletian and then pardoned by Constantine. In 325 he participated in Council of Nicea. He died of old age...
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If you want to combine a good glass of Primitivo of Gioia del Colle we recommend some crostini prepared with the famous bread of Altamura and some Apulian caciocavallo on top. The bread of Altamura is produced in the territories within the National Park of Alta Murgia, in Altamura, Gravina di Puglia and Poggiorsini in...
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In the early years of the 20th century Agostino Coppola leaves the town of Bernalda, in the province of Matera, to seek fortune overseas in the USA. We don’t have much info about him, but we know that he gave birth to a large family of artists. One of his children, Carmine, won the Oscar...
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In the heart of Basilicata, in the province of Potenza, you can live an exciting experience: the Flight of the Angel! In the Lucanian Dolomites we find the villages of Castelmezzano and Pietrapertosa: the first one appears as a small crib perched and protected by the high peaks that surround it. The distinctive element of...
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Do you know what luganega is? Have you ever heard of it? Have you ever tasted it? It can be commonly associated with the sausage, but with this it has some differences. Both are prepared to form a string, but while the luganega has a continuous narrow and long shape, the sausage is divided into...
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