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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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Soon closed the Monastery of Sassoferrato Friars of the Franciscans of the Immaculata in the Marches

Soon closed the Monastery of Sassoferrato Friars of the Franciscans of the Immaculata in the Marches | Le Marche another Italy | Scoop.it

The Monastery of Sassoferrato in the Marches had been abandoned by the Franciscan Order for lack of growth. The Franciscans of the Immaculate revived the monastery a few years ago new as they are ever thus also known for taking over abandoned monasteries of other orders because of their numerous vocations and bringing them to new life. At last count the convent of Sassoferrato has 60 brothers.
The Apostolic Commissioner Father Fidenzio Volpi being used by Rome, has now dissolved the monastery. The same fate will be met this week by the monastery of Colfano also a friary abandoned by the Franciscan Order in the Marches, which was founded during the lifetime of St. Francis of Assisi.[...]

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From Le Marche to Pompeii and Naples within a day

From Le Marche to Pompeii and Naples within a day | Le Marche another Italy | Scoop.it

Many foreigners residing in the Marche, maybe also lot of tourists and surely Marchigiani, know the benefits of having useful daily bus routes to Rome. These transports, mainly intended for students and workers, become advantageous, expecially in summer, for tourism visits to the most important monuments in the world and very useful to reach the airport with all its international connections.
Now there is another extraordinary opportunity. There are bus lines that connects Le Marche to the Campania Region, to reach Naples and Pompeii, 4 times a day.
This means you can schedule a visit to the excavation of Pompeii with return within the day.
Do not you believe it?
The line is the linea2mari.com of Cardinali and, for example, leaving from Porto San Giorgio at 7a.m. (6:59) you can get Pompeii at 12:30. You can have your lunch there, make your visit to the incredible monument and take the bus at 16:30 to get back Porto San Giorgio at 22:10, spending only 50 € both ways.

I suggest you to visit Naples in these days before Christmas, especially the area of Via San Gregorio Armeno.

A trip to Via San Gregorio Armeno in Naples during the Christmas period is absolutely necessary.  Via San Gregorio Armeno is filled on both sides with shops selling everything that you could possible imagine and more. Tiny terracotta figurines, windmills, hay bails, fruit and bread baskets, battery-operated figures making pasta, political personalities, footballers and to complete your nativity kit, a whole town to arrange them in. If you want to take pictures and watch artisans making figures and buildings from scratch, you can chose the end of September and october as they prepare for the Christmas rush.

With these bus lines you can also schedule a trip to the Reggia di Caserta with even 5,45h for the visit.

http://www.linea2mari.com/?mobile=0 

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Pompeii in a day - Pictures: click here

Via San Gregorio Armeno - Pictures: click here 

Reggia di Caserta - Pictures: click here

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Selusi Ambrogio's curator insight, December 16, 2013 8:14 AM

Se Le Marche sono più vicine a Pompei e Napoli, anche Pompei e Napoli sono più vicini alle Marche, un motivo in più per rendere un viaggio unico in Italia ancora più originale e particolare. Bisogna offrire pacchetti per stranieri che offrano le mete immancabili italiane, ma anche posti non visti da tutti gli amici di chi viene, luoghi incontaminati, l'Italia meno sfruttata e la natura, le Marche sono uniscono tutto ciò in un clima di serenità e piacevolezza. Esercenti unitevi!

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Le Marche Music from XV century

From an extraordinary manuscript, heart-shaped, found in the Oliveriana Library in Pesaro. It dates back to the XVth century. We have no idea who wrote these wonderful pages of music; a wayfarer, a poet in love, a prince perhaps? Why? And what were these scores used for? What secrets does this mysterious book still hide today? This is the theme of the hand-written scores in the thin watermark of the heart. It has been divulged "ad libitum" in the hall of the Metropolitan Museum in New York that preserves the "studiolo" of Gubbio of the Duke Federico da Montefeltro.

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Fabriano Watercolour International Prize 2014

Fabriano Watercolour International Prize 2014 | Le Marche another Italy | Scoop.it

The City of Fabriano has announced its third edition of the ‘International Prize “Marche d’Acqua” Fabriano Watercolour 2014’ an event that the Tourism Councillorship of the Municipality of Fabriano will open on June 14th 2014, at the Paper and Watermark Museum. The museum is the ideal site to hold the Italian 3rd International Prize dedicated to Watercolour Art.
The biennial exhibition, conceived by the Paper and Watermark Museum in collaboration with InArte Fabriano and Ava (Venetian Watercolour Association),  will welcome renowned and internationally acclaimed artists.
The artists participating in the exhibition are from all over the globe, including young emerging artists, selected by the ‘Accademie di Belle Arti Italiane’ and International Art Schools and Accademy for their creativity. 
The works of art will be exhibited and open to the public till August 31 at the new exposition gallery created within the Paper and Watermark Museum.
The exhibition will also exhibit a session dedicated to the works of art by the seven Judging panel members of the “Marche d’Acqua” Prize and a special guest session dedicated to 
Angus McEwan, the winner of the Biannual watercolour Prize 2012

Participation to this Biannual Prize is by invitation exclusively by the jurors. Those interested to participate to selection of the artists who will be invited by the President of Jury should send, by e.mail, their CV (maximum 1,000 characters) and 5 photos of the most representative works to:

 info@museodellacarta.com  no later than the August 30, 2013.

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Giacomo Leopardi Speaks English

Giacomo Leopardi Speaks English | Le Marche another Italy | Scoop.it

The first complete English version of Giacomo Leopardi’s manuscript, “Zibaldone,” was presented at the Italian Cultural Institute in New York.

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A collection of Leopardi’s annotations and literary, critical and philosophical reflections that the author makes in response to his readings. This literary masterpiece also includes comments that touch a wide range of fields of different nature including linguistics, history, anthropology, astronomy and psychology, showing the enormous intellectual stature of the Italian poet. 

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Pergolesi - Stabat Mater - Talens Lyriques (Complete)

This (complete) performance of Pergolesi's "Stabat Mater" is from a concert given at Saint Denis on June 23rd 2009 by Les Talens Lyriques conducted by Christophe Rousset, The soloists were Sabina Puertolas (Soprano) and Vivica Genaux (Mezzosoprano).
Note on the second piece of music in this video.
The 'encore' is the the 'Fac me' from Pasquale Cafaro's setting of the Stabat Mater. A complete performance of which has very kindly been uploaded by Raimondo di Sangro, you can hear it here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WpHhKF...
It's a rather lovely setting that is well worth spending time listening to and I urge you to do so,

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'Italian life prioritizes quality over quantity' - The Local

'Italian life prioritizes quality over quantity' - The Local | Le Marche another Italy | Scoop.it

When Ashley and Jason Bartner left New York to set up an organic farm and cooking school in rural Le Marche, they didn't speak Italian or know how to grow their own food. Ashley explains how they embraced the change and settled into the local community. [...]

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Un'immagine, un brand da spendere e su cui insistere, ma che deve essere effettivo, altrimente si rischia troppo...

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Mountain Towns in the Sibillini Area

Mountain Towns in the Sibillini Area | Le Marche another Italy | Scoop.it

I love the mountains. Love looking at them, and even more being out in them. So one of the things on my tick list while in Italy was to get to the mountains. Most people know about the Italian Alps, in the northwest. A few more know about the Dolomites, in the northeast. I was not familiar with the Sibillinis, which actually run pretty much down the spine of “the boot” of Italy.

They’re at their highest and most beautiful in Le Marche, where the Parco Nazionale dei Monti Sibillini is located.
So we drove first to Sarnano and then to Amandola, about 30-45 minutes south of us. Both are picturesque walled towns in the mountains. Both are fascinating to wander through. They’re both built at the top of a rise at the foot of higher mountains. So the streets circle the hill, dividing it into level or layers. It sounds orderly—sort of. But walking around these narrow vias and vicolos, you could easily get lost. And that’s part of the fun of it—at least to me. It’s also a great way to get to the top of a very steep hill—traversing back and forth past storybook castle-like homes that have been occupied for the better part of a millennium. [...]

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The London-based designer that produces in Le Marche | The Margaret Howell Autumn Winter 2013 by Koto Bofolo

The London-based designer that produces in Le Marche | The Margaret Howell Autumn Winter 2013 by Koto Bofolo | Le Marche another Italy | Scoop.it

Fashion designer, Ms Margaret Howell established her eponymous label in London in 1972. This season, Margaret Howell unveils Autumn Winter 2013 advertising campaign featuring model Ben Allen. Those beautiful black & white pictures photographed by Koto Bolofo showcases the work of Margaret Howell’s tailoring factory located in the small city of Filottrano (Marche Region of central Italy).


http://www.margarethowell.co.uk/ 

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Filottrano  district is made up of small industries for the account of a third parties in textile, footwear, clothing, leather production.

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Il Castello di Pitino - The Castle of Pitino

Il Castello di Pitino - The Castle of Pitino | Le Marche another Italy | Scoop.it

The Castle of Pitino is located at 10.5 Km far from the city of San Severino Marche (Marche region, Italy), on the top of the hill, at 602 metres above the sea level.
Studies have demonstrated that Pitino was one of the most important Picenum settlement of the inland area of Macerata province.
Pitino Castle, of which ruins we may still admire at the present, was built in the middle age. According to local tradition, it is said that it was built because of the will of Marco Petilio, a noble living in Septempeda, after barbarian invasion. During the Middle age Pitino Castle was sought after by nearby municipalities such as San Severino, Montecchio (Treia), Camerino, Tolentino and Cingoli. Having control over Pitino had the meaning of keeping under control all over the baisin of Potenza river, which was an important route connecting the Adriatic sea with the Umbria region.
The highest point of the hill is the location for the main tower, also made from rocks, with square plant with side of 5.75 metres, high about 23 metres, and wall of 1.75 metres of thickness. The tower is supposed to be built at the beginning of XIII cent., when the Castle was rebuilt. It is almost sure merlons and parapet were put on top of the tower, facilitating the view over large distances and the transmittion of visual signals to other castles located nearby. The tower had a great strategic importance, because from the top it was possible to keep control over any mouvement occurring along the hill and the surrounding valleys. [...]

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Monti Sibillini: the Sybil's Kingdom in Le Marche

Monti Sibillini: the Sybil's Kingdom in Le Marche | Le Marche another Italy | Scoop.it

The great limestone massif that stands in the southern Marche includes one of the highest peaks on the Italian mainland - Monte Vettore at 2,476 mts - and the wild tarns and windswept high plains of the Monti Sibillini provide some of the Marche's most spectacular landscapes.

The mountains take their name from a legend that one of the sibyls - the prophetesses of classical mythology - hid here in a cave on Monte Sibilla known as the Grotta delle Fate (Cave of the Furies) when she was chased out of the underworld.

The area still remains well off the usual tourist beat and its roads remain almost deserted apart from winter skiers and intrepid ramblers in high summer. Yet, for the most part, though they twist about through some of the Marche's remotest areas, they are reasonably easy to drive.

Few of the remoter villages have petrol stations and you are well advised to fill up before setting out.

Chiselled by glaciers and limestone erosion, these mountains possess some outstanding natural sights. These include the high tarn, Lago di Pilato (it is said that Pontius Pilate is buried here), and the awesome Infernaccio Gorge.

Other delights include the great upland plains which are a mass of flowers in spring. [...]


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Summer Memories | Riviera del Conero

This video it will show you some of the wonders of the Conero Riviera, characterized by white pebble beaches by a sea of gorgeous colors and a variety of landscape. From the top of Mount Conero, 572m above sea level, it comes down to the sea through green paths, among brooms and strawberry. [...]

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St. James of the Marche | Saint of the Day

St. James of the Marche | Saint of the Day | Le Marche another Italy | Scoop.it

James was born in [Monteprandone] the Marche of Ancona, in central Italy along the Adriatic Sea. After earning doctorates in canon and civil law at the University of Perugia, he joined the Friars Minor and began a very austere life. He fasted nine months of the year; he slept three hours a night. St. Bernardine of Siena told him to moderate his penances.

James studied theology with St. John of Capistrano. Ordained in 1420, James began a preaching career that took him all over Italy and through 13 Central and Eastern European countries. This extremely popular preacher converted many people (250,000 at one estimate) and helped spread devotion to the Holy Name of Jesus. His sermons prompted numerous Catholics to reform their lives and many men joined the Franciscans under his influence.

With John of Capistrano, Albert of Sarteano and Bernardine of Siena, James is considered one of the "four pillars" of the Observant movement among the Franciscans. These friars became known especially for their preaching.

To combat extremely high interest rates, James established montes pietatis(literally, mountains of charity) — nonprofit credit organizations that lent money at very low rates on pawned objects.

Not everyone was happy with the work James did. Twice assassins lost their nerve when they came face to face with him. James was canonized in 1726. [...]

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Christmas in Ascoli Piceno

Christmas in Ascoli Piceno | Le Marche another Italy | Scoop.it

On December 19 I leave for Europe to spend Christmas with my family in Italy. This will be the first time since 2006 that I have spent Christmas with them. To say I’m antsy would be an understatement. All I can think of is being with them, hearing the lyrical fall of the Italian language, feeling their embrace.

I can’t wait to wander through the piazza in Ascoli Piceno. Wrapped in an overcoat with a scarf, gloves and a cap, I will once again traverse the travertine piazza built nearly 3000 years ago. I will smile at the beauty of a few simple strands of Christmas lights strung across the square while Christmas carols play over the loudspeaker. I will once again visit my favorite cafe for pastries and a delectable espresso. I will savor and savor again.

Christmas will be magical.[...]

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Lago di Fiastra, a Hidden Gem in Central Italy

Lago di Fiastra, a Hidden Gem in Central Italy | Le Marche another Italy | Scoop.it

The Marche region nestling between the Apennine Mountains and the Adriatic Coast in central Italy is  blissfully unkown to those making their way along the Italian tourist trail. At the heart of the region lies Sibillini National Park and Lago di Fiastra is the reward to the few fortunate enough to find themselves there! 

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University of New Hampshire: Ascoli Piceno Campus

University of New Hampshire: Ascoli Piceno Campus | Le Marche another Italy | Scoop.it

Study in the humanities and social sciences at the UNH-in-Italy campus in Ascoli-Piceno, Italy.

A beautiful medieval city in the province of the Marches, Ascoli Piceno is an unspoiled provincial capital, enjoying much of the cultural richness and vibrancy of larger cities, while preserving the charm and authenticity of a medieval city off the usual tourist itinerary.

It is a piece of the real Italy that few foreigners ever see, and provides participants with an authentic Italian experience, while still keeping them well connected to national and European transportation networks.

ascoli piceno

Spring 2014 semester

January 27 - April 26

Summer 2014
Painting in Italy
May 19 - June 20, 2014

Music and Language in Italy
May 20 - June 25, 2014

Explorations in Nutrition and Culture
June 22 - July 25, 2014

EcoGastronomy Program
June 22 - August 2, 2014

Intensive Italian
June 22 - July 25, 2014


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Roman Roads and Renaissance Castles: Touring Le Marche in Italy

Roman Roads and Renaissance Castles: Touring Le Marche in Italy | Le Marche another Italy | Scoop.it
Vera Marie Badertscher takes an auto tour of Le Marche in western Italy.

Whichever road you choose leads to fortified towns on hilltops and dignified stone farmhouses presiding over hillsides planted in grape vines or olive trees.
Le Marche answered our requirements for seeing the “real” Italy -- a place where T-shirt vendors do not line the cobblestone streets.
Le Marche stretches down the eastern edge of the Italian boot between the Apennine Mountains and the Adriatic Sea. We could find few guidebooks on this region, which underlined the fact that Le Marche remains relatively undiscovered. So, we said, let us go discover it. [...]

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Food history and culture of Le Marche

Food history and culture of Le Marche | Le Marche another Italy | Scoop.it

This is the first complete historical reconstruction of the food culture of the Le Marche region in central Italy. The book describes both popular rustic traditions and those of the aristocracy and middle classes, analyzing their interactions in both written and verbal forms.
The authors Ugo Bellesi, Ettore Franca and Tommaso Lucchetti, in addition to various specialists, attempt to reconstruct the sources of these regional traditions. There are illustrations of information collected during archeological digs, as well as historical and artistic studies. The book also includes prints from archives, libraries and private and public collections, creating a mosaic of documents presented together for the first time.
The first section of the work is a detailed look at the agrarian landscape, farmland and typical products. This is followed by a description of the local cuisine, including both simple dishes and more refined recipes from monasteries, the nobility and middle classes, documented in archives and books written by Antonio Latini, Antonio Nebbia and Cesare Tirabasso. This analysis reveals that there has always been a certain “fluidity” between the different classes and generations in Le Marche. The third part of the book is dedicated to images of the arts and conviviality.
This work is a useful bibliography, enriched with iconographic images as well as deep and complex cultural material about Le Marche.

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The book has conquered several prizes:

  • Special Prize of the Jury of the Premio l'Italia delle tipicità. Enogastronomia e Cultura" 2013, promoted by the Italian Association of Book and Res Tipica
  • Award "Orio Vergani" 2010 of the Italian cuisine award
  • Gourmand 2010 as the best cuisine history book of Italy
  • Gourmand, as the best world cuisine history book
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The book has conquered several prizes:

Special Prize of the Jury of the Premio l'Italia delle tipicità. Enogastronomia e Cultura" 2013, promoted by the Italian Association of Book and Res Tipica
Award "Orio Vergani" 2010 of the Italian cuisine, the award
Gourmand 2010 as the best cuisine history book of Italy
Gourmand, as the best world cuisine history book

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Gradara and the Grottoes di Frasassi

Gradara and the Grottoes di Frasassi | Le Marche another Italy | Scoop.it

Not exactly in chronological order, but Friday I made an afternoon trip to Gradara. The main tourist site in town is the castle.  I really enjoyed imagining the people who had lived there; the castle had some really interesting passageways that I liked to think about people scurrying down on a secret trip. One of the rooms in the castle was inspired by Francesca and Paolo, real life lovers who were featured in Dante's "Inferno" for their scandalous affair and tragic demise.[...]

The caves were a spectacular site to see, with towering stalagmites and stalactites in huge cavernous rooms (the first room was large enough to fit Milan's Duomo inside). [...]

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A little-known Immacolata tradition: The bonfires

A little-known Immacolata tradition: The bonfires | Le Marche another Italy | Scoop.it

The Immaculate Conception of Mary is the dogma that according to Roman Catholic Church the Virgin Mary was conceived without original sin – the one that every man is born with. The feast is celebrated on the 8th December, in a variety of different forms and with the Italy’s religious traditions of bonfires for the feast of the Immaculate Conception of Mary

Bonfires are lit in many towns on the night between the 7th and the 8th December and the meaning of this tradition varies: according to some the fire is lit to warm up the Madonna, but also to destroy human sins and everything else negative that needs to be left behind in the future year. It is also a way to aggregate people to pray all together.

Back in time, when general heating was not available, people used to take the bonfires’ embers home, both to warm up the house and for devotion. [...]

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Forgotten Opera Singers: Lina Scavizzi (Soprano) (Ascoli Piceno 1898 - ?)

Forgotten Opera Singers: Lina Scavizzi (Soprano) (Ascoli Piceno 1898 - ?) | Le Marche another Italy | Scoop.it
She made her debut in 1919 at the Teatro La Fenice of Venice as Giorgetta in ‘’Tabarro’’. The next year she sang at the Teatro Comunale in Cesena as Francesca in F.  Zandonai’s ‘’Francesca da Rimini’’, which counted as one of her star roles. In 1924 she  undertook a very successful Australia tour. She sang the role of Francesca in 1927 at the Teatro Carlo Felice inGenoa as a partner of Giulio Crimi and Carmelo Maugeri. In 1927 at Switzerland she appeared as a member of Max Sauter's opera troupe.  She retired from the stage during the early 1930’s.
Chronology of some appearances
  • 1920 Cesena Teatro Comunale Francesca da Rimini (Francesca)
  • 1922  Trieste   Teatro Verdi   Jacquerie di G.Marinuzzi
  • 1924 Melbourne  His Majestic Tosca (Tosca)
  • 1926 Alessandria d'Egitto Teatro Mohamed Alì Tosca (Tosca)
  • 1929  Bari Teatro Petruzzelli Tosca (Tosca)
  • 1931 Barcellona Teatro Liceo Andrea Chenier (Maddalena)
  • 1932 Roma Teatro Dell'Opera Tosca (Tosca)
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The Polar Museum of Fermo

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The Polar Museum of Villa Vitali is the only museum in Italy dedicated to the peoples and the environment of the Arctic regions, and to Italian Arctic polar research and exploration. The 2nd floor houses the many items collected in the 1950s by the explorer and scholar Dr Silvio Zavatti during his five polar expeditions, as well as more recent donations and acquisitions. Founded in 1969 in Civitanova Marche, the Polar Museum was acquired by the Municipality of Fermo, and was inaugurated at Villa Vitali in 1993. The first room is dedicated to the polar expeditions of Luigi Amedeo di Savoia, Duke of Abruzzi (1899-1900) and of General Umberto Nobile (1926-28). The following five rooms contain many artefacts of a historical and ethnographic nature, chiefly of Inuit origin. The Museum offers interactive activities, workshops, tours aimed at school children, illustrated visits and the viewing of polar documentary films. Museum facilities include the largest polar library in Italy, with books, news papers and periodicals, as well as a bookshop.[...]

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Giovanni Allevi new Save the Children Ambassador

Giovanni Allevi new Save the Children Ambassador | Le Marche another Italy | Scoop.it

Maestro Giovanni Allevi has become a Save the Children Ambassador and he is going to support the engagement of the charity for the protection of children’s rights and for the concrete improvement of their life conditions all over the world.

Giovanni is going to support the “Every One” campaign in order to stop infant mortality. In fact, still today every year more than 6 and a half million children die due to preventable and curable causes, such as malaria, pneumonia, measles and dysentery. [...]
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Montefortino in the Sybil's Kingdom Photo by Mariano Pallottini -- National Geographic Your Shot

Montefortino in the Sybil's Kingdom Photo by Mariano Pallottini -- National Geographic Your Shot | Le Marche another Italy | Scoop.it
Montefortino is a comune (municipality) in the Province of Fermo in the Italian region Marche, located about 80 km south of Ancona, about 35 km northwest of Ascoli Piceno and about 45 km west of Fermo.
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