Italian desserts

Sicilian Cassata

The Sicilian Cassata (Cassata Siciliana), perhaps the most famous sweet islet, is a layered cake made of sponge cake soaked in liquor, combined with ricotta, fruit and marzipan. Born in Sicily (Sicilia), cassata has become a traditional Easter dish in all of Italy. Despite the apparent simplicity, a recipe for a unique dessert is in almost every city on the island.
Germany

Old city

The Old Town is Cologne's oldest quarter with cobblestone streets, where galleries, museums, concert venues, where the Cologne Cathedral and 4711 Cologne House are located. Here you will find traditional restaurants, cafes and breweries. Altstadt, photo roba66 Acquaintance with Cologne should begin from the Old Town (Altstadt), from the banks of the Rhine, from the magnificent cathedral and the Heimarkt square.
Rome

Orange Garden in Rome

The Orange Garden (Giardino degli Aranci) is one of the romantic corners in Rome, a wonderful attraction, which you can visit without prior appointments and expensive tickets. Picturesque alleys adorn the Aventino hill, from the top of which a wonderful view of the Italian capital opens.
Society

Italians found signs of life on Saturn’s satellite

One of Saturn’s moons, Enceladus, stores in its bowels an ocean of meltwater, which could turn out to be a real home for germs. This conclusion was made by scientists from Italy and the United States, joining forces to study the vast planet and its satellites. The first groundwater research at the southern polis of a small satellite that revolves around Saturn was made as part of a joint Cassini mission program that brought together talented scientists from America, Italy and Europe.
Holidays in Italy

Festivals and holidays in Italy in November

If you travel to Italy in November and plan to move a little from the standard plan to visit the maximum number of attractions, then this article will definitely be useful to you. We have compiled a list of amazing events - festivals and holidays that will be held in sunny Italy in November, and to miss which, while in the country, is simply unforgivable.
Society

UN accuses Vatican of spreading pedophilia

The UN Human Rights Committee has accused the Catholic Church of concealing the spread of pedophilia among its ministers, and also expressed its dissatisfaction with the Holy See's attitude to abortion and contraception. Moreover, the United Nations insists on the removal from service of priests who were somehow convicted of violence against children.

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Venice police detained a hijacker vaporetto

A resident of the island of Lido was detained on suspicion of hijacking a vaporetto - shuttle boat in Venice. The young man rode along the canals of the Venetian lagoon for several hours before being detained. Until this week, it never occurred to anyone that pirates would get to the shores of the Italian city of Venice.
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Where to stay in Bergamo | 2019
Bergamo

Where to stay in Bergamo

When traveling to Bergamo, many are wondering where to stay in the Upper (Citta Alt) or Lower City (Citta Bassa), how to choose the right hotel or apartment? The question is posed by the fact that the main attractions of Bergamo are concentrated in the Upper City; it is more beautiful, colorful, ancient.
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Italy in the fall | 2019
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Italy in the fall

Let someone call it subjectivism, but personally I like Italy in the fall. As is the case with many other destinations in the Northern Hemisphere, when the summer heat is decreasing, and the “gloomy time — charm of eyes” has not been so gloomy yet - nature gives amazing weeks when, under the influence of the surrounding beauties, I especially want to live, love and be loved.
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Olga Yankovskaya: "The Italians took" Romen "with a bang" | 2019
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Olga Yankovskaya: "The Italians took" Romen "with a bang"

The actress and singer, whom God himself kissed, can be said of Olga Yankovskaya, Honored Artist of Russia, a leading actress of the legendary first and only Roma theater in the world in Moscow. An actress with incredible energy, the owner of an amazingly strong voice - you can talk about Olga only in superlative degree.
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Museum of Love Writing in Torreveccia Teatina | 2019
Torrevecchia Teatina

Museum of Love Writing in Torreveccia Teatina

In the city of Torrevecchia Teatina (Torrevecchia Teatina), in the center of the Abruzzo region (Abruzzo) since 2011, one of the most beloved museums in Italy - the Museum of love writing (Il Museo della Lettera d'amore). It is housed in the eighteenth-century building of the Palazzo Ducale and keeps hidden secrets of lovers from all over the world - letters that tell the love stories of men and women.
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Siena Cathedral | 2019
Sienna

Siena Cathedral

The Cathedral in Siena (Duomo di Siena) - the history of the city imprinted in marble and a worthy decoration of Tuscany, and indeed of Italy. For nearly 8 centuries, sparing no money, the Sienans adorned their beloved brainchild. Any tourist in Piazza del Duomo pauses, contemplating the unreal beauty of stone lace floating in the air.
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Cologne Vegetarian Food
Germany

Cologne Vegetarian Food

When you go to Cologne, vegetarians are saddened because Germany is famous for its love of meat. However, a pleasant surprise awaits them in Cologne. Although most restaurants and pubs serve mostly meat, the menu always has delicious cheeses and mushroom dishes. A traditional mushroom dish with garlic, mashed potatoes and salad (Champignonköpfe gefüllt mit Kräuterknoblauchforce).
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5 best outlets in the vicinity of Milan: where to go and how to get there
Cities of Italy

5 best outlets in the vicinity of Milan: where to go and how to get there

There are not many outlets in Milan itself: the largest and most interesting are located outside it, and some are at a very decent distance. But this is not a problem here - the transport connection is very well established. That is why BlogoItaliano decided to devote a separate article to the most noteworthy outlets in the vicinity of Milan and briefly orient where it is better to go and how to get to each of them.
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Markets of Rome: The 5 Most Notable Markets of the Eternal City
Cities of Italy

Markets of Rome: The 5 Most Notable Markets of the Eternal City

To see the everyday life of the Romans and feel the flavor of the Eternal City "to the fullest", it is worth going to one of the city markets. Whether it's a flea or a food market, there are many markets in Rome. Today BlogoItaliano has selected for you the 5 most remarkable markets of Rome, which you should definitely visit to immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the Eternal City, and at the same time bring home a visual or tasty reminder of the trip.
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In Milan will be a festival of shops on wheels
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In Milan will be a festival of shops on wheels

Wheeled stores have a very long history. They first appeared back in 1872. The prototypes of modern trucks that sell a variety of goods and dishes are horse drawn carts selling sausages. Today, in the United States of America alone there are more than 20 thousand mobile stores where everyone can buy almost any dish: from hamburgers to milkshakes.
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The most interesting sights of Italy where you can buy tickets online
Cities of Italy

The most interesting sights of Italy where you can buy tickets online

Although visiting many of the sights of Italy takes place "without a hitch", nevertheless, some of them are able to "drink tourist blood." The fact is that the most popular tourist sites and attractions are in high demand among tourists year-round. As a result, queues at the box office may well stretch for hours, and in some places it is impossible to buy tickets even several days in advance.
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Homemade pasta with tomato and hot pepper sauce
Pasta recipes

Homemade pasta with tomato and hot pepper sauce

Homemade pasta with tomato and hot pepper sauce - this dish is called strangozzi alla spoletina. It is typical of Spoleto, a small and beautiful town in central Italy. Let's see what ingredients we need in order to prepare a paste for two people: Homemade pasta; 250 grams of peeled tomatoes in their own juice (pelati); Black pepper; A little parsley; 1 clove of garlic; 2 tablespoons of olive oil; Hot red pepper (pepperoncino); Salt.
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Pope Francis

Pope Francis (Francesco), who in the world bore the name of Jorge Mario Bergoglio (Jorge Mario Bergoglio), was born December 17, 1936 in Buenos Aires. Comes from a family of Italian immigrants, his father worked on the railway. The first head of the Catholic world from the New World, as well as the first Jesuit Pope.
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