Italian brands

Martini brand - champagne and vermouth from Italy

Martini is a world-famous brand of Italian vermouth, sparkling wines, as well as a variety of alcoholic aperitifs. From its inception to the present day, this drink is considered a kind of symbol of luxury, an unsurpassed style, a shimmering world of wealth and presentability.
Cities of Italy

Outlet Castell Romano in Rome: no one will leave without shopping

Once you find yourself in the Castell Romano Outlet, which is 25 km from Rome, it’s hard to stop shopping: the most famous designer brands of clothes and shoes can be bought here at a very attractive price. A discount of 30 to 70% in outlet stores is valid all year round. Combine the pleasant with the even more pleasant ... Is this not what everyone dreams of when embarking on a journey, especially if fate has become generous and has "gifted" a trip to Rome.
Sicily

Corleone city - the birthplace of the Italian mafia

Corleone is a small town with a population of only about 10 thousand people located on the island of Sicily, 30 km from the city of Palermo. This very calm southern city, with the filing of the famous Francis Ford Kopolla, who has filmed the novel The Godfather by Mario Puzo, is associated worldwide with the mafia.
Story

The coming to power of Octavian Augustus - 3: the struggle for power and the elimination of rivals

In the second issue, we described how, thanks to the efforts of soldiers, who were tired and bored of peace and material security, we managed to avoid a war between the two triumviers, after which one of them sailed off to Egypt to hang out, and the second remained in Italy to deal with the pirate separatist Pompey. Octavian zealously used the freshly built ships with a new wunderwaffe, invented by his gunsmiths, Pompey snapped back, using much more experience in tactics at sea, but after some time the Roman troops still managed to land on the enemy island (although they hollowed out a lot of ships in the process) .
Wedding in Italy

Italian wedding: traditions of the past and present

Fun, noise, dancing, champagne and wine - all this is a typical Italian wedding. For centuries, the Catholic Church, whose presence has been unchanged in the life of every Italian, has preserved wedding traditions, without which every celebration of creating a new family is still not complete. The institution of marriage and history An important event affecting the institution of marriage in Italy was the invasion of French conqueror Napoleon, who recognized only civil marriage as legal, which fundamentally contradicted the laws and canons of the Catholic Church.
Society

Canonization of the popes of John Paul II and John XXIII

Today in Rome, a unique and significant event is taking place, on the occasion of which more than 800 thousand pilgrims from all over the world arrived in the Eternal City. On the day of the Resurrection of Divine Mercy, Pope Francis in the presence of hundreds of thousands of believers in St. Peter's Square in the Vatican ranked two pontiffs as saints: John XXIII and John Paul II.

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Regions of Italy

Volcano Vesuvius: the most famous volcano in Europe

Even if the volcano Vesuvius did not show any activity, falling asleep forever, stories, legends and traditions associated with his name would already be more than enough for the whole mountain system. But he only pretends to be sleeping, constantly reminding himself of either an earthquake or thick puffs of smoke escaping from his vent or creeping along the slopes.
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9 main attractions of Rome with free admission | 2019
Cities of Italy

9 main attractions of Rome with free admission

In Rome there are a huge number of attractions of world significance. It’s not so easy to get into some of them. But there are those that can be examined completely freely. In this article, BlogoItaliano has collected for you 9 of the most interesting places in Rome, where you can get for free. Helpful Hint: When preparing for a trip to Rome, set up an iPhone ready-made audio tour of the most popular route in the city.
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How and where to celebrate the New Year 2020 in Rome? | 2019
Rome

How and where to celebrate the New Year 2020 in Rome?

New Year in Rome is one of the brightest holidays that you will definitely remember for a lifetime. If you are going to the Eternal City at this wonderful time, you should especially prepare for your vacation, because you have to meet Italian New Year traditions, choose one of hundreds of places where to celebrate the New Year and immerse yourself in an atmosphere of endless celebration and fun.
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Prosciutto | 2019
Italy

Prosciutto

Prosciutto is the favorite Italian ham in many countries. However, it has nothing to do with the ham that we are traditionally used to seeing on the shelves of domestic stores. Prosciutto is a dried pork ham - it is sold as a whole piece of meat or cut into thin slices.
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How to get from Rimini to Bologna on your own | 2019
How to get there

How to get from Rimini to Bologna on your own

The distance from Rimini to Bologna is 117 kilometers. It’s cheaper and faster to get there by train, but you can also consider the option of a longer independent travel by rented car. Let's take a closer look at all the options. By train From Rimini to Bologna, only regional and Trenitalia high-speed trains run.
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Unemployment in Italy in November reached a critical point
Business and Economics

Unemployment in Italy in November reached a critical point

The unemployment rate in Italy in November last 2013 set a kind of “anti-record”: according to the ISTAT statistics bureau, 12.7% of the country's population do not have a regular income. According to the Italian media, this is the highest unemployment rate ever recorded in the country, which is direct evidence that the measures taken by the Italian government to get out of the deep economic recession do not have much effect.
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Outlets in Florence: what to buy and how to get
Cities of Italy

Outlets in Florence: what to buy and how to get

A city of medieval palaces and squares, interesting museums and galleries, magnificent parks and gardens, Florence is popular not only with connoisseurs of art and architectural beauty, but also with shopping enthusiasts. In the capital of Tuscany there are a great many shops that can satisfy the needs of even the most spoiled shopaholics: boutiques of famous designers - both Italian and European, large shopping centers, department stores, small private shops, markets and, of course, outlets.
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Celebrities who have property in Italy
Famous Italians and Italians

Celebrities who have property in Italy

Italy is a country of stunning beauty. Wine, pizza, the sea and a warm climate can not leave indifferent even the most sophisticated people. And therefore it is not surprising that many celebrities buy real estate here. And here are a few stars who could not resist the temptation and bought a villa or house on the Apennine Peninsula.
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Indian Holi festival of colors arrives in Rome
Culture

Indian Holi festival of colors arrives in Rome

The world famous music festival of colors HOLI FESTIVAL OF COLORS will finally be held in Rome on June 14, 2014. Are you ready for a burst of color? In India, one of the most ancient holidays of Hindu mythology is traditionally celebrated. In the days after the first full moon of the month, Phalgun (or Phalgun), usually in February-March, a real carnival takes place, in which the main role is played by multi-color man-made clouds made of paints and water.
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Shopping on Ringstrasse
Germany

Shopping on Ringstrasse

Shopping in this part of the city is much more entertaining than in giant chain department stores located just a 15-minute walk from here. Shopping in this part of the city is much more entertaining than in giant chain department stores located just a 15-minute walk from here. Here you will find very interesting shops selling ethnic goods and inexpensive jewelry.
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Holy staircase
Italy

Holy staircase

The Prosecutor Pontius Pilate escorted Jesus Christ to the court of stairs. Today, many pilgrims climb it on their knees with prayers. The climb is hard and not fast. There are a lot of people and it’s impossible to get through quickly. See for yourself how much you need to go there, and if necessary, how?
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Palio in Siena: Italy's most famous horse racing
Regions of Italy

Palio in Siena: Italy's most famous horse racing

Twice a year, the whole of Siena enters a feverish movement in anticipation of the main event - Palio, the famous horse racing, attracting more and more tourists every year. But the townspeople themselves have no time to rest these days. Each quarter throughout the year lives for the sake of Palio, and it is from the latest preparations that the status of the community in the eyes of neighbors and rivals depends.
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