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La Regione Emilia-Romagna si collega a EXPO2015Milano.

La Regione Emilia-Romagna si collega a EXPO2015Milano. | Beautiful Romagna | Scoop.it

Il progetto di eccellenza sarà il World Food research and innovation Forum. La Regione sarà protagonista, dal 18 al 24 settembre 2015, nel Palazzo Italia e poi da agosto-ottobre 2015 kermesse di eventi nella ‘Piazzetta Emilia-Romagna’


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myfruit's curator insight, July 2, 2014 4:05 AM

Le altre regioni hanno già deciso? A quando un piano definitivo?

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Icaro and the aviation school in Forlì. The Icaro Legend | Discovering and traveling Romagna. Food, Wine, History, People, Art, Culture

Icaro and the aviation school in Forlì. The Icaro Legend | Discovering and traveling Romagna. Food, Wine, History, People, Art, Culture | Beautiful Romagna | Scoop.it
The aviation school founded by Mussolini in Forlì, discovered by the bloggers of Atrium Blog Tour and the Icaro legend. A stroll among mosaics and buildings
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Another history of Romagna from the blog 21grammy! Romagna with my eyes!

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Take a road trip into the Mona Lisa

Take a road trip into the Mona Lisa | Beautiful Romagna | Scoop.it

The world has often wondered what lies behind the enigmatic smile of the Mona Lisa in Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, the world’s most famous painting. People have also begged the question of what exactly lies behind the figure in the painting? Today we have the answer; it is a ‘compressed’ version of the landscape of Marche and Emilia-Romagna, the valley of the Marecchia River as it winds its way towards the Adriatic Sea.

The theory is espoused by two researchers, Rosetta Borchia, painter and landscape photographer and Olivia Nesci, Professor of Physical Geography at the University of Urbino, in a book ‘Code P. Illustrated Atlas of the landscape of the Mona Lisa’. In the book the too scholars compare enlarged segments of the Mona Lisa background with real photographs of the Valmarecchia and the similarities are striking.[...]


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Il 2 giugno in Emilia Romagna è la Giornata Verde Trekking ...

Il 2 giugno in Emilia Romagna è la Giornata Verde Trekking, escursioni, uscite in. Domenica 2 giugno tutta l'Emilia Romagna festeggia la Giornata Verde – Da Piacenza a Rimini i grandi parchi nazionali e le aree protette ...

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Trekking Emilia Romagna, through the parks! Read more at www.21grammy.com

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Luca Marcelli's curator insight, May 26, 2013 10:14 AM

Domenica 2 giugno tutta l’Emilia Romagna festeggia la Giornata Verde – Da Piacenza a Rimini i grandi parchi nazionali e le aree protette offrono un programma di oltre 70 appuntamenti – Obiettivo: vivere una giornata nella natura a ritmo slow: trekking, escursioni sul Po, uscite in bici, gite in barca a vela sui laghi di montagna, degustazioni, concerti in luoghi incantati – Per chi vuole fermarsi a dormire ci sono tanti pacchetti convenienti – Tutto organizzato dall’Unione di prodotto Appennino e Verde – Il programma su www.appenninoeverde.it

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New York Loves Emilia Romagna

New York Loves Emilia Romagna | Beautiful Romagna | Scoop.it

A 6.1 magnitude earthquake and series of aftershocks rattled Emilia Romagna on May 20, 2012, killing 29 and leaving almost 15,000 people homeless. The quake damaged churches and historic buildings, affected farms and factories at the heart of Italy's food production supply, and took a devastating emotional toll on those living in and around the quake area.
It's easy to fall in love with Emilia Romagna. Great cities and small towns, including: Bologna, Modena, Parma, Ravenna, Reggio Emilia, Rimini, Forlimpopoli and Cesena. Cultural, historic and culinary richeness (Balsamic vinegar from Modena, Parmigiano Reggiano cheese, Pellegrino Artusi cookbook), warmth and kind people.
The food and wine community in New York City is rallying together, along with trade and tourism officials, to collectively support and help rebuild the region. Their fundraiser, called A Night to Rebuild Emilia Romagna, will be held on Tuesday, October 23, 2012, from 7PM to midnight at Parlor, a private club in New York City's West Village.
Three high-profile chefs involved in the event have strong ties to the region: Michael White worked in local kitchens in Emilia Romagna and now operates a string of highly-rated restaurants here (including Ai Fiori, Marea, Nicoletta and Osteria Morini); Anthony Bourdain filmed a recent episode of his popular TV show No Reservations there; and many dishes prepared by Mark Ladner, the executive chef of Del Posto, are inspired by the rich traditions of the region.

The event will include wine and food tastings, live music and a silent auction to raise funds and awareness for earthquake relief in the region. For more information, or to purchase a ticket or make a donation, click here.

Learn more about Emilia Romagna


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A great new! The good efforts of these years! Learn more about Romagna on www.21grammy.com

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