The southern Italian city of Matera is the European Capital of Culture for 2019. Matera is a Unesco World Heritage site because of its Sassi (‘rocks’), cave dwellings inhabited since the Neolithic period (which makes it one of the longest inhabited cities in the world).
A play based on a book adaptation of Letter to a Child Never Born written by Orianna Fallaci, partner of Alexandros Panagoulis. A tragic monologue – a diary or a letter of a woman speaking with the child she carries in her womb. The raw realism of this strong text, as well as the author’s […]
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The Representative of the Latin Community at the House of Representatives, Mrs. Antonella Mantovani, invites you to the presentation The Art of Lusignan and Venetian Cyprus on the 29.01.2019, 19:30, CVAR
It was on this day, January 7, in 1797 that the XIV Parliament of the Cispadane Republic voted to make the green-white-red tricolore their official flag. The Tricolore #became symbol of the aspiration to political unity of Italy on the values of liberty, equality and fraternity.
Just like Santa Claus, La Befana is also a kind-hearted elderly lady that loves kids and brings them presents. Despite her love for children, the naughty ones only get coal. Unlike Father Christmas or Santa Claus, La Befana doesn’t come on Christmas night, but on Epiphany—between January 5 and 6 and she never leaves Italy. If […]