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CulinaryTour Feb 24
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Eric Schumacher, Author Aug 4
In 860 AD, the Vikings Hastein and Bjorn Ironside led a massive fleet against what they believed to be Rome. I just visited the site they attacked and wrote about it here:
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Today In History Mar 25
25 Mar 421 AD: Legend has it that at noon , the city of , now part of , was founded by authorities from . They found it as a trading post.
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ElisabettaSerraiotto May 9
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Kathy Dream of Italy Jun 18
New website shares the stories of 9,000 Italian immigrants
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Dominique Reill May 30
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ElisabettaSerraiotto May 1
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L'Italo-Americano Jun 25
If you are into and , save this date: : will give a lecture on the present past and future of :
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Buddenbrooks Books May 3
Machiavelli - The Florentine Historie - The Rare First Edition in English - -
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Richard Calis Jan 29
Together with Lilly Datchev I interviewed Pamela Long for about her amazing new book Engineering the Eternal City
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The Tour Guy Jan 29
As the Romulus and Remus story continued, the twins became leaders of a riotous bunch of conquerors. Eventually, they found a settlement around where they grew up. Learn more:
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L'Italo-Americano Mar 18
in the past centuries could be quite complicated. Many of the several states that occupied the peninsula had different currencies and adopted different !
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Y.Ahriman Mar 3
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Tammi Minoski Mar 23
1919: WWI veteran , broke with the Socialist Party and founded the in Milan, Italy.
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Andrew Cusack Jan 3
When Chesterton met Mussolini in 1930 they discussed (in French) the recent proposals to modify the Anglican Book of Common Prayer.
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Italian Wine - Taste the Passion Dec 17
Vino Nobile, the Sangiovese-based red wine from Tuscany, is known as the "nobile wine" because it was a favorite amongst Italian kings, popes and presidents.
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Filitalia Intn'l Feb 2
Amazing video all about the history of an & style that has now been revived in ! ...
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UTP Publishing Feb 20
In this examination of the early modern theatre, Berzal de Dios argues that, rather than catering to a single privileged viewer, artists created a complex multimedia experience that would captivate a diverse audience:
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The Tour Guy Jan 30
According to the legend of Romulus and Remus, a Vestal Virgin named Rhea Silvia lived in Alba Longa. Daughter of King Numitor. Learn more:
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Pamela Allegretto Jun 21
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