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Cremona, a city to love

Cremona, a city to love | Events, tastes, fashion and art from Italy | Scoop.it
Cremona is a veil of beauty on the Po Valley (in the region of Lombardy) where it lies with its magical architecture, a charming city full of churches, mark
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Using Augmented Reality in schools

Using Augmented Reality in schools | Events, tastes, fashion and art from Italy | Scoop.it

Essentially, Augmented Reality is hidden content, most commonly hidden behind marker images, that can be included in printed and film media, as long as the marker is displayed for a suitable length of time, in a steady position for an application (on a device such as a tablet or smartphone, by means of a camera) to identify and analyse it.

 


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Um convite para que nossos aprendizes interajam e descubram novos conteúdos

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Il made in italy vincente nella pelletteria: intervista a Tuscany Leather

Il made in italy vincente nella pelletteria: intervista a Tuscany Leather | Events, tastes, fashion and art from Italy | Scoop.it
Continua il nostro viaggio tra i brand vincenti del made in Italy, stavolta parliamo di pelletteria, con lo staff di Tuscany Leather: un brand giovane ma con alle spalle grande esperienza.
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ITS Moda calzature: corso gratuito per tecnici del made in Italy

Sono iniziate le pre-iscrizioni ai nuovi corsi ITS ( ISTRUZIONE TECNICA SUPERIORE ) relativi al percorso formativo NUOVE TECNOLOGIE PER IL MADE IN ITALY
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Innovazione ed estro creativo: le carte vincenti ad ALTAROMALTAMODA 2014

Innovazione ed estro creativo: le carte vincenti ad ALTAROMALTAMODA 2014 | Events, tastes, fashion and art from Italy | Scoop.it
Sperimentazione e modernità: le parole d’ordine per l’autunno inverno 2015. Viaggiando tra l’alta moda a Parigi fino ad arrivare alla fashion week roman
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Le botteghe ceramiche di Faenza: patrimonio inestimabile di cultura, arte, tradizioni

“Faenza” o “Faience” è sinonimo nel mondo di “ceramica” artistica, ma è, ancor prima, la città dove quest’antichissima arte si è tramandata co
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shoes and bags: Tod’s collection Autumn /Winter 2014

shoes and bags: Tod’s collection  Autumn /Winter 2014 | Events, tastes, fashion and art from Italy | Scoop.it
The prestigious brand Tod's has always been the protagonist of the tradition of excellence of Made in Italy in the selection and processing of leather unveils i
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Regione Marche: Interventi a supporto del re-inserimento di disoccupati over 30 attraverso tirocini formativi - Movimento Cristiano Lavoratori - Marche

Regione Marche: Interventi a supporto del re-inserimento di disoccupati over 30 attraverso tirocini formativi - Movimento Cristiano Lavoratori - Marche | Events, tastes, fashion and art from Italy | Scoop.it
Avviso Pubblico: Interventi a supporto del re-inserimento di disoccupati over 30 attraverso l’attivazione di tirocini formativi Con il Decreto n.
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Il made in italy vincente nella pelletteria: intervista a Tuscany Leather

Il made in italy vincente nella pelletteria: intervista a Tuscany Leather | Events, tastes, fashion and art from Italy | Scoop.it

Continua il nostro viaggio tra i brand vincenti del made in Italy, stavolta parliamo di pelletteria, con lo staff di Tuscany Leather: un brand giovane ma con alle spalle grande esperienza.

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Mirage Calzature, Fall Winter 2014/15 Collection

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Mirage Calzature produces shoes with a unique charm that combines class and elegance. Classic Italian style mixed with English brogue-style, to create men's classic lines of timeless elegance in leather and casual-chic footwear in contemporary materials.
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eventi e visite guidate del Settembre Viterbese 2014

L' Ufficio Turistico di Viterbo e Archeotuscia Onlus propongono un calendario ricco di appuntamenti, visite guidate e laboratori didattic
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Jutténizie: a Grottammare (AP) l’evento più cool & tasty della riviera adriatica.

Jutténizie. Torna a Grottammare (AP) l’evento più cool & tasty della riviera adriatica. Irrinunciabile per gli amanti dei borghi e del buon cibo, Jut
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L’artigianato sartoriale di Ziabacy Creations

L’artigianato sartoriale di Ziabacy Creations | Events, tastes, fashion and art from Italy | Scoop.it
Torniamo a parlare di creazione abiti, accessori e riparazioni sartoriali, ovviamente fatte a mano..stavolta in compagnia di zia Bacy, anzi "Ziabacy Creations
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The Seven Hills of Rome: What Are They and What Can You See?

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The Seven Hills of Rome: What Are They and What Can You See?

The Seven Hills of Rome mark the traditional boundaries of the city. It was on these seven hills – Aventine, Caelian, Capitoline, Esquiline, Palatine, Quirinal, and Viminal – that the first settlements of Rome began and these seven hills were the ones protected within the Servian Walls. The foundations, gates, and ruins of these 4th century-BC walls can still be seen in some parts of the city. Subsequent builds of fortifications in Rome, such as the Aurelian Walls (3rd century AD) and the Leonine City (9th century AD) included other hills (Janiculum, Vatican, Pincian), but the original Seven Hills are the ones in bold above and included within the red border in the map to the right.
Now that you’ve had a short history lesson, you may be wondering what you can see today on Rome’s Seven Hills. Rather than tell you, I thought I would use the power of Google’s Street View to show you.

Aventine Hill - This is the place to see the famous view of “St. Peter’s through the keyhole” at the Knights of Malta headquarters. More on the Aventine Hill.Caelian Hill - The Baths of Caracalla are one of the highlights of the Caelian (pronounced “Chellian”) Hill, which is largely a wealthy residential area. The Villa Cellimontana (Caelian Mountain Villa), is a 16th century villa and gardens that many Romans frequent in warmer weather for its nature and tranquility. The villa grounds also serve as the site for an annual jazz festival.Capitoline Hill - The Capitoline Museums and the seat of the Roman government live here. On the higher ridge of the hill stands the church of Santa Maria in Aracoeli.Esquiline Hill - The Esquiline Hill was where Nero built his “Golden House” (Domus Aurea). Today, much of the Esquiline is crowded with shops and apartment blocks. And, oh hey, on the southwestern spur of the Esquiline is the Colle Oppio (the smaller Oppian Hill) where you can admire the Colosseum.Palatine Hill - The Palatine, where Romulus and Remus were supposedly born, is the original hill of all of Rome’s hills. Rome’s main archeological area is here.Quirinal Hill - The Quirinal Palace, where the President of Italy resides, is the main landmark of this hill. Though, winding staircases and alleys from the pinnacle lead down to the Trevi Fountain [directions].Viminal Hill - The smallest of Rome’s Seven Hills is the site of the Baths of Diocletian, now part of the National Roman Museum. It’s all a short walk from Termini, Rome’s main train station.
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Emily Wirth's curator insight, September 28, 2013 9:33 PM

The hills of Rome can help in the understanding of Roman life and mythology