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Why do the Italians live longer than us?

Why do the Italians live longer than us? | Italian language and culture | Scoop.it
What is it about the Italians? They smoke more than us, they earn less, their economy is in even worse shape than ours, they spend less on healthcare, and yet - they live longer. Not just a bit, but a whopping 18 months more on average.
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learn Italian online: free Italian resources and exercises for students and teachers

learn Italian online: free Italian resources and exercises for students and teachers | Italian language and culture | Scoop.it
free italian grammar rules, lessons and exercises divided into different levels which you can use to improve your knowledge of the Italian language.
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How To Speak Italian And Not Sound Like A Tourist In Italy - Select Italy Blog

How To Speak Italian And Not Sound Like A Tourist In Italy - Select Italy Blog | Italian language and culture | Scoop.it
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Rustic chic Italian style

Rustic chic Italian style | Italian language and culture | Scoop.it
TRAVEL: As with so many things, Italians celebrate New Year’s – or Capodanno – in style, checking into plush city hotels for…
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The New York Times > Travel > Is Le Marche the Next Tuscany?

The New York Times > Travel > Is Le Marche the Next Tuscany? | Italian language and culture | Scoop.it
A vanishing Italy still exists among the hill towns of Le Marche, a province in east-central Italy with rolling vineyards and golden grain fields topped by crumbling castles.
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If a City Were Perfect, What Would It Look Like?

If a City Were Perfect, What Would It Look Like? | Italian language and culture | Scoop.it
An exhibition displays Urbino's palace culture, which gave rise to the first ever painted images of utopian cities.
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You know you’re becoming Italian when…

You know you’re becoming Italian when… | Italian language and culture | Scoop.it
You’ve started staring at people much more, but don’t think it’s as rude as you once did.
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Italian language school - Learn Italian in Italy

Italian language school located in the Region Marche, near the beautiful beaches of the Conero Riviera.
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Italian language courses and schools in Italy - Learn italian in Italy in the Marches

Italian language courses and schools in Italy - Learn italian in Italy in the Marches | Italian language and culture | Scoop.it
Learn the italian language in Italy with our courses for foreigners. Italian group courses and individual classes near the sea in our italian language school in the Marche
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How to do Le Marche, Italy, on a budget

How to do Le Marche, Italy, on a budget | Italian language and culture | Scoop.it
Stretching for around 100 miles along the Adriatic coast, with hilltowns to rival those of Tuscany and Umbria, Le Marche is a gorgeous and affordable region to explore, writes Donald Strachan
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CHOICE TABLES; North and South Meet in the Italian Marches - New York Times

ABOUT three hours' drive east of Rome lies the Marches region of Italy (le Marche, in Italian), extending from the Apennines to the Adriatic. The region is characterized by fortified hill towns,
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La Tavola Marche: Recipe: Roasted (or Grilled) Peppers Stuffed with Tuna - Peperoni alla grilglia ripieni di tonno

La Tavola Marche: Recipe: Roasted (or Grilled) Peppers Stuffed with Tuna - Peperoni alla grilglia ripieni di tonno | Italian language and culture | Scoop.it

Simply delicious. Ever since visiting a family-run seafood restaurant along the Adriatic we have been recreating this simple dish of roasted peppers and tuna. Roasting gorgeous orange, yellow and red peppers over the grill and stuffing them with tuna, capers and herbs makes for a healthy flavorful appetizer/antipasti - the perfect way to start your summer dinner (especially if you already have the bbq fired up!)

Ingredients - Serves 6

4 Peppers (any color)250 gram of highest quality of tuna you can find (in oil or water), drainedspoonful of capers, choppedoregano, or any fresh herb of your choice (basil, marjoram, etc.)salt & pepper (or red chili flakes)red wine vinegarextra virgin olive oilclove of garlic

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