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Le Marche: the Italy you do not expect | Living...

Le Marche: the Italy you do not expect | Living... | Le Marche | Scoop.it
Rolling hills with small Medieval towns on their top. This region is not one the most famous in Italy. Probably because it has started to promote itself just recently, but tourists are falling in love with its romantic landscapes more and more.
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The cathedral in Fermo, Le Marche, Italy

The cathedral in Fermo, Le Marche, Italy | Le Marche | Scoop.it
Like many other towns in Marche, Fermo can be seen from a distance spilling out over a green hill top as melting softice. And right on the top of the top there’s a cathedral with the most magnificent view.

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The Pasta Province of Le Marche

The Pasta Province of Le Marche | Le Marche | Scoop.it
With 14 or more companies (small sized) is the province of Fermo to stand out in the already rich scenery of pasta makers of Le Marche.Among all the many towns where pasta is produced (even in family run shops), to excel is certainly Campofilone, a small village on the Adriatic coast, the capital of the fresh egg pasta and of the famous "Maccheroncini."Eggs rigorously broken by hands, excellent forgotten varieties of wheat, flour from stone mills with low rotation speed, longer drying procedures, bronze drawing, the Le Marche pasta makers are always investing on the tradition. While the big pasta brands, such as Barilla, announce 3-D printed pasta, the pasta makers from Le Marche at most innovate the packaging. They believe the pasta flavor does not accept compromise. "Old is gold" and the good pasta has the color of the precious metal.Here a the list of the Pasta Makers in the province of Fermo:Anticapasta - Campofilone - wwwCucina Tesei - Campofilone - wwwDe Carlonis - Campofilone - wwwDeci'Ova - Campofilone - wwwLa Campofilone - Campofilone - wwwMarcozzi di Campofilone - Campofilone - wwwMaroni & Marilungo - Campofilone - wwwSpinosi - Campofilone - wwwTabula - Campofilone - wwwMancini - Monte San Pietrangeli - wwwIl biologico di Livia - Petritoli - wwwPastificio Casoni - Porto Sant'Elpidio - wwwLa Mattera - Torre di Palme - www
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Wines and People Le Marche: Rio Maggio, Montegranaro

Wines and People Le Marche: Rio Maggio, Montegranaro | Le Marche | Scoop.it
"I like to smell our wines and notice their changements during years to bring the perception of their character, soul and long-lasting taste.
These parfumes had enriched and given meaning to my life, I don’t care if I have to sweat and work hard as a man or even more to obtain them: the important thing is to be able to preserve them as long as possible inside a bottle, with the hope that they can represent more and more the terroir that Simone and I have created just for them."

Tiziana Santucci

 

Rio Maggio products are a wide range of different products, based on wines obtained from both local and international grapes, with a strong character determined by the terroir. The winery produces Falerio dei Colli Ascolani D.O.C. , Rosso Piceno D.O.C, Sauvignon Marche Igt, Pinot Nero Marche Igt and Chardonnay Igt.


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Vincisgrassi: Le Marche Lasagna by Chef Fabio Trabocchi

Vincisgrassi: Le Marche Lasagna by Chef Fabio Trabocchi | Le Marche | Scoop.it

Get Martha Stewart's Le Marche Lasagna recipe. This recipe is from Chef Fabio Trabocchi's "Cucina of Le Marche" cookbook.


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Le Marche: an exciting lesser known Region of Italy

Le Marche: an exciting lesser known Region of Italy | Le Marche | Scoop.it

Food Wine Cook introduces you to a lesser known region of Italy, Le Marche or Marche whichever you prefer. It has gained popularity with foreign tourists, particularly European, in the last decade. Le Marche with all it has to offer, resort towns, beautiful beaches, rugged scenery, quaint towns, art and history and excellent food, wine, some of which are only available locally, will not remain unknown outside of Italy much longer.


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Visit Rotella in Le Marche with Google StreetView

Visit Rotella in Le Marche with Google StreetView | Le Marche | Scoop.it

Click on the photo and you will be redirected in the center of Rotella in Ascoli Piceno Province of the Marche Region in Italy.

Use the arrows to walk virtually inside the little town.


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Say Goodbye 2013 in Le Marche with Marco Gentili Photographer

Say Goodbye 2013 in Le Marche with Marco Gentili Photographer

 

Share and Enjoy! © http://www.gentilimarco.com


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Family Wines Le Marche:Vini Centanni, Montefiore dell'Aso

Family Wines Le Marche:Vini Centanni, Montefiore dell'Aso | Le Marche | Scoop.it

Centanni wines, all organic certified, are produced by a family team in Le Marche region near the beautiful, historic village of Montefiore dell' Aso. The family produces a small range of wines typical of the Le Marche region as the white Passerina, Pecorino and a lovely red Rosso Piceno, which is only produced in the southern area of the Le Marche region.


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Tom George's comment, December 27, 2011 4:39 PM
Hi Mariano,

Hope you are having a great holiday. Try to share to Internet Billboards? I have my connection back but we may have to have you reconnect, but try to share something as it is first and let me know.
Mariano Pallottini's comment, December 28, 2011 5:23 AM
Hello Tom. I have tried to share something, can you check it and let me know?
Happy Holidays
Tom George's comment, December 28, 2011 8:12 AM
Hey Mariano,

Seems to be working now, I really enjoy the items you curate Mariano, I only wish I had more time to learn about them all. For now I will try to think about design and functionality enhancements for IB
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Buying and selling property in Italy: make sure you have seen these documents

Buying and selling property in Italy: make sure you have seen these documents | Le Marche | Scoop.it

Before you complete your property purchase you should make sure you have seen:

The Land Registry extract (Certificato di Destinazione Urbanistica CDU) which provides all the information on the land’s use, regulation (building restrictions) and structurePlanning permission: you must ensure that when buying off-plan from a developer, the development has approval from both the local Comune (town hall) and the regional government. It is also worth having a look at the Piano Urbanistico Comunale PUC (Urban Plan) which will state whether or not the plot you wish to buy has any building restrictions, is in a green zone or includes a public pathway or similarThe paid-up receipt for the previous owner’s annual property tax (IMU). It is also wise to make sure that there are no unpaid rates from previous yearsThe Catastal certificate giving the exact boundaries and square metres of your landThe licence of first occupancy (Certificato di Abitabilita’) which is issued by the town hall for new buildings or restructured ones and certifies that the property is habitable. You will need this document to connect to electricity and water companies. Developers cannot force you to complete without this licenceReceipt to prove all utility bills have been paid by the previous owner - Ask the property agent for information regarding any costs the owner has not paid. You should be aware that if you later find that there are such debts outstanding, as the new owner, you assume the debts for the current and previous year (two years in total). For this reason it is strongly advisable to ensure that you have a copy of an affirmation stating that the previous owner has no debtsA property survey: this is not obligatory but it is wise to get a chartered surveyor to check the property before you complete - If you are buying an off-plan property, confirm that the property has been certified as finished by a registered architect (Dichiarazione di fine lavori, Certificato di Agibilita’) - If you are buying off-plan, ensure that the developer/constructor has the necessary insurance to cover build defectsThe private contract – this contract is not obligatory but is usually signed between the buyer and the seller before the public deed is granted. Usually in Italy a written agreement of purchase (compromesso) is done between the seller and buyer. You should make sure that you fully understand the contract before you sign it and if you are not fluent in Italian you should get it translatedThe Rogito Notarile (public deed) – it is important to check that there is an accurate description of the property in the deeds.
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The Marche - Spectator.co.uk

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When I first visited the Marche a dozen years ago, folk who knew about such things tapped their noses and confidently predicted that it was to be Italy's 'next big thing'.
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Wine from Le Marche: Visiting Vineyards & Bottling Wine in Italy (Our Life in Le Marche)

Every year we visit our favorite winemakers to collect hundreds of liters of wine for guests. In this short film we visit 3 vineyards & winemakers, buying 60...
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Le Marche, Italy

Italy's Le Marche Region is a jewel of the East. Visit Le Marche on www.WebvisionItaly.com, and travel to other regions of Italy like Campania, Tuscany, Umbr...
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Fermo the pre-Roman town in Le Marche Region of Italy

Fermo the pre-Roman town in Le Marche Region of Italy | Le Marche | Scoop.it

Fermo was built on the top of the hill Sabulo by the Villanovian people (9th century b.C.).
Fermo became a densely populated city in the Roman Ages. Today we can still admire the underground cisterns (1st century), that provided the water for the city, and the ruins of the ancient walls.
In the Medieval Ages the bishops of Fermo were the most powerful lords of the middle Marche. They ruled a large land including Macerata, Porto San Giorgio and Civitanova Marche.
In the Medieval Ages the bishops of Fermo were the most powerful lords of the middle Marche. They ruled a large land including Macerata, Porto San Giorgio and Civitanova Marche.


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Tour guide:
alessandro@guideturistichemarche.it
+39 0734 859916
+39 334 8654788

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Wine Producers in the Provice of Fermo, Le Marche

Wine Producers in the Provice of Fermo, Le Marche | Le Marche | Scoop.it

The Le Marche region has a lot to offer to wine lovers and gourmets. Many of these wines are little known outside of Italy but visitors to the region have a pleasant surprise when they try the local wine produced by many small aziendas and cantinas. Here the list of wineries in the Province of Fermo that you can visit while staying at the Agriturismo Tenuta Sant'Elisabetta:

 

Cantina Di Ruscio Campofilone www

Cantina Ortenzi Fermo www

Cantina Petrini Fermo www

Conti Maria Fermo www

La Collina Fermo www

Madonnabruna Fermo www

Casa degli Archi Lapedona www

Vini Villa Manù Lapedona www

Vini Santa Liberata Lido di Fermo www

Lumavite Montegiberto www

Rio Maggio Montegranaro www

Casale Vitali Montelparo www

Maria Pia Castelli Monturano www

Le corti dei farfensi Moresco www

Sgaly Ortezzano www

Castello Fageto Pedaso www

Dezi Servigliano www


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MARCHE- LE MARCHE AN EXCITING LESSER KNOWN REGION OF ITALY

MARCHE- LE MARCHE AN EXCITING LESSER KNOWN REGION OF ITALY | Le Marche | Scoop.it
  Food Wine Cook introduces you to a lesser known region of Italy, Le Marche or Marche whichever you prefer.

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Portonovo beach in le Marche Conero Riviera Italy. Spiaggia Italia. Strand Italien

Beach of Portonovo - Conero Riviera - on the Adriatic sea, is a beautiful seaside resort near Ancona in le Marche region in Italy. Wild nature, white beaches...
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Mandoch - les baisers des etoiles: Shoes for fun

Mandoch - les baisers des etoiles: Shoes for fun | Le Marche | Scoop.it

Mandoch Fashion & Luxury Shoes Made in Le Marche, Italy


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Monti Sibillini National Park

Monti Sibillini National Park | Le Marche | Scoop.it

Official Site of Monti Sibillini National Park - Le Marche - Italy...


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Undiscovered Italy: Ascoli Piceno in the Marche Region - by Francine Segan

Undiscovered Italy: Ascoli Piceno in the Marche Region - by Francine Segan | Le Marche | Scoop.it
I recently had the best meal of my life, and of course, it was in Italy!

And so began my love affair with the entire province of Ascoli Piceno one of the most marvelous, and yet relatively undiscovered, areas of Italy. Un-touristy and friendly, beautifully restored yet totally authentic, and still relatively inexpensive compared to other Italian regions. Ascoli Piceno has it all— ancient Roman ruins, medieval hilltop towns, Renaissance art, lively nightlife. The area has mountains as well as beaches, nature, culture, shopping and fabulous food and wines.


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Best Le Marche Accommodation: La Tavola Marche Agriturismo & Cooking School, Piobbico

Best Le Marche Accommodation: La Tavola Marche Agriturismo & Cooking School, Piobbico | Le Marche | Scoop.it

What better way to get to know a culture than through its food. I also believe there is no better way to experience slow travel than to stay at an Agriturismo.
Definition: Agriturismo – a combination of the Italian words for “agriculture” and “tourism”. It is a style of vacationing in farm house resorts, where most of the ingredients (80%) come from the farm itself.
This past summer, my husband and I had the pleasure to experience a stay on a beautiful Agriturismo in Le Marche region of Italy. La Tavola Marche Agriturismo & Cooking School is truly a unique authentic culinary experience, relaxing and definitely off the beaten path!
Two young expats, Ashley and Jason fell in love with the area years ago, packed up their belongings in the USA and made Le Marche region home. Many agree with me that this young couple have done an amazing job with their beautiful Agriturismo. [...]


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Here the best highlight: <<They are warm, welcoming, great fun to be with and no doubt have a true love for the land, the local people, the food and culture. You cannot help but feel their energy and passion while visiting.
Ashley, the most perfect warm and inviting host, will make you feel right at home the second you arrive. Her smile and laughter is infectious, her hospitality is genuine and you feel as though you are staying with friends.>>

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The John Cabot Cultural Experience: Our Calendar of Cultural Activities for Spring 2014 | John Cabot University Admissions

The John Cabot Cultural Experience: Our Calendar of Cultural Activities for Spring 2014 | John Cabot University Admissions | Le Marche | Scoop.it
Study abroad in Italy at John Cabot University is an action packed experience. We've prepared this calendar of upcoming events to help you make the most of it.

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Ski and Snowboarding in Le Marche

Ski and Snowboarding in Le Marche | Le Marche | Scoop.it

Sassotetto is one of the several ski resorts of Le Marche. This internet site offers you the possibility to know in advance the snow and weather condition, to book a room and skipass, to know what to do.

(Google Translate Link: http://goo.gl/m3Zf7)


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Carnival in Le Marche, the Best of Italian Folklore | Buy Property In Italy

Carnival in Le Marche, the Best of Italian Folklore | Buy Property In Italy | Le Marche | Scoop.it
Le Marche is a coastal region of Italy, with free sandy beaches and coastlines for miles. Le Marche has beautiful buildings and views, with architecture the likes of which you just can't get anywhere else in the world.
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Italy 2013 Part I - Le Marche, Umbria, Tuscany

Le Marche - Umbria - Tuscany Part 1 (Sarnano, Sibillini Mountains and surrounding region)
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