"Italy" Blogs & Blog Posts

Italian wine blogItalian wine blog

I had my first sip of wine when I was 2, I can still recall that moment lik...

 
Ciccolella Family HistoryCiccolella Family History

Researching the history of John Ciccolella and Christina Lamonica.

 
Tagami Food, Wine & TravelTagami Food, Wine & Travel

Liz Tagami, international food and wine broker, sends updates from the cool...

 
Simona AlbaneseSimona Albanese

A passion for art, culture and travel...photos and information, comments an...

 
E-TalianE-Talian

Exploring Italy's industrial and manufacturing heritage.

 


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Pistoia’s train factory benefited from the European Central Bank’s bond buying program, which is drawing to a close.

Mr. Draghi will have a difficult job at a news conference on Thursday: to gently prepare markets for the day the central bank will begin withdrawing stimulus.

Fascist beach closed

By Boing Boing on Jul 11, 2017 in: italy

Italian police shut down a club that established a "fascist beach" near Venice sporting various totalitarian-themed elements, such as portraits of Mussolini, "anti-democracy" slogans, and a charmingly humorous warning not to go in the gas chambers. C...

The copper from Ötzi’s axe comes from Southern Tuscany. In September 2016, Professor Gilberto Artioli from the University of Padua had already announced this when presenting his first research findings on the occasion of the Bolzano Mummy Congress...

New rooms have been discovered in the domus (house) of Empress St. Helena, the mother of the Roman Emperor Constantine the Great, in the bowels of the basilica of Santa Croce in Gerusalemme in Rome, officials said Friday. Restoration work carried ou...

In AD 79, Mount Vesuvius erupted violently, spewing pyroclastic flows across the Roman cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum. The eruption has become one of the most famous in history because the speed of the hot gases caught the locals unawares. The int...

A new look inside 2,000-year-old concrete -- made from volcanic ash, lime (the product of baked limestone), and seawater -- has provided new clues to the evolving chemistry and mineral cements that allow ancient harbor structures to withstand the tes...