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Le Marche encompasses everything one would want from Italy. Incredible countryside from the Sibillini mountains to the glorious coastline, classic landscapes, castellated hilltops towns, culture, art, music, indoor, outdoor and watersports, wonderful wildlife, fun, delicious food and wines, quality fashions and footwear, museums, churches, culture, history – so much to do and see. Experience life to its fullest – experience Le Marche!
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The Most Beautiful Le Marche Houses 2013: Casa Olivi, Treia

The Most Beautiful Le Marche Houses 2013: Casa Olivi, Treia | Le Marche another Italy | Scoop.it

A 300-year-old farmhouse that has been almost burnt to the ground several years ago is set close to the town of Treia in the Le Marche region of Italy. The old building has been totally reformed and rebuilt to create something new. Was started by the Swiss architects Markus Wespi and Jérôme de Meuron, an extensive, four-year renovation project entitled Casa Olivi was turned into such a modern living space. Amazingly, this building is protected by the Italian Cultural and History Administration. As you can see from the pics below that the outside part of the building has been meticulously preserved. At the same time, the inside part of the building has been remodeled and proffers a minimalist and airy interior too. [...]


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Azienda Agricola Si.Gi. finalist Oscar Green 2013

Azienda Agricola Si.Gi. finalist Osca Green 2013  http://www.agricolasigi.it/  - http://www.oscargreen.it/ 

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The Azienda Agricola Si.Gi, candidate to recive the OSCAR GREEN 2013 by Coldiretti, wants rediscover the flavors, aromas and colors of the ancient tradition of the Marche.
The products are entirely handmade, with only the highest quality raw materials, with attention to the old local varieties and wild fruits that are disappearing from the market.
The success key of the Si.Gi. company is based on raw materials from Le Marche and the entire management of the process.
The originality of tradition in respect of the ancient local recipes maceratesi. The search and retrieval of long-forgotten fruit. An organic farming, which guarantees the purity of raw materials. A method of processing simple and natural, in full respect of the seasonality in full handmade throughout the production process.
Jams, jellies, oil, fruit sauces, condiments, executed entirely by hand, through the use of simple tools, such as the masher at different sizes, traditional cooking methods and no use of chemical thickeners. Jellies and jams without pectin, without stabilizers or preservatives in oil, or extraction of natural dyes, the greater or lesser extent and density of the product is produced exclusively by the different methods of cooking, while its freshness is preserved through meticulous preservation techniques to the natural, in accordance with the seasonal cycles.

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The Azienda Agricola Si.Gi, candidate to recive the OSCAR GREEN 2013 by Coldiretti, wants rediscover the flavors, aromas and colors of the ancient tradition of the Marche.
The products are entirely handmade, with only the highest quality raw materials, with attention to the old local varieties and wild fruits that are disappearing from the market.
The success key of the Si.Gi. company is based on raw materials from Le Marche and the entire management of the process.
The originality of tradition in respect of the ancient local recipes maceratesi. The search and retrieval of long-forgotten fruit. An organic farming, which guarantees the purity of raw materials. A method of processing simple and natural, in full respect of the seasonality in full handmade throughout the production process.
Jams, jellies, oil, fruit sauces, condiments, executed entirely by hand, through the use of simple tools, such as the masher at different sizes, traditional cooking methods and no use of chemical thickeners. Jellies and jams without pectin, without stabilizers or preservatives in oil, or extraction of natural dyes, the greater or lesser extent and density of the product is produced exclusively by the different methods of cooking, while its freshness is preserved through meticulous preservation techniques to the natural, in accordance with the seasonal cycles.

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Say Goodbye 2013 in Le Marche with Marco Gentili Photographer

Say Goodbye 2013 in Le Marche with Marco Gentili Photographer


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2013: Le Marche Photography Holiday

2013: Le Marche Photography Holiday | Le Marche another Italy | Scoop.it

The 2013 is finally arrived, we can start to forget an horrible 2012 thinking to a new great project for this promising New Year.

2013 is the year of dreamy landscapes, medieval hilltop towns and fabulous cities. With such rich variety in Le Marche, it's a feast for the eyes and the camera.

We would like to organize for all Le Marche Lovers, passionate of photography, a "Photography Holiday" in Spring (for us the ideal season to visit Le Marche.

Since we have never organized something similar, we are asking your help. You can comment this post or contact us (info@tenutasantelisabetta.com) to give your suggestion.
This is roughly what we have in mind:
  • Arrival day - We arrive in Porto San Giorgio in time for an exploration of the town, its seaside and art deco villas
  • Shooting around Fermo - Fermo, on our doorstep, is a beautiful town dating back to Villanovan culture times, full of medieval and Renaissance buildings. A perfect location to get started.
  • Visual revelry in Ascoli Piceno - The morning will be spent shooting around Ascoli Piceno, full of visually stunning Romanesque churchs. After lunch we explore in and around the beautiful Marble Town of Ascoli Piceno.
  • Ripatransone - This is the rolling Le Marche landscape at its best, crowned by the stunning Sibillini Mountains, usually accentuated by the mist filling the valley floor. In the evening there's a visit to the nearby Palm Riviera in San Benedetto del Tronto.
  • Free day in Ancona - Creative opportunities abound, a city is not only about its buildings – Ancona allows candid people shots, perhaps at the lively weekly market.
  • Torre di Palme, Marano and Grottammare Alta - Marano, Torre di Palme and Grottammare Alta are some of the classic viewpoints that epitomise the coastal beautiful landscape. The fortified hilltop medieval towns  offers superb opportunities within its walls and distant sea views beyond.
  • Monte Monaco and the Sibillini Mountains - This incredible Location in the final day will be to trying out some of the new techniques developed through the week.
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Professional Photographers in Ascoli Piceno Province:

Eleonora Castelli Ascoli Piceno WWW

Giovanni Piccinini Ascoli Piceno WWW

Ignacio Maria Coccia Ascoli Piceno WWW

Luca Galotto Ascoli Piceno WWW

Pierluigi Giorgi Ascoli Piceno WWW

Nello De Rosa (Nellibus) Centobuchi WWW

Dino Cappelletti Grottammare WWW

Umberto Marconi Grottammare WWW

Piero Roi Ripatransone WWW

Alberto Cicchini San Benedetto del Tronto WWW

Barbara di Cretico San Benedetto del Tronto WWW

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