MAGAZINE  

  WTI Magazine #83    2016 September 16Author : Unioncamere      Translation by:   The origins of this activity date back a long way, and the oldest examples of Tuscan earthenware tiles that we know of are the bricks and roof tiles dating from the eleventh century in the Chianti area. During the fifteenth centu...

  WTI Magazine #83    2016 September 16Author : MIPAAF      Translation by:   Carota Novella di Ispica first made their appearance in 1955, but were not cultivated and exported until 1968. The merit for this goes to the Curto farm, which also indicated the production area under the Carota Novella di Ispica name...

  WTI Magazine #83    2016 September 16Author : Giulia Casati for the Italian School NJ      Translation by:   Ciao, beddu, chi si dici? Se te dì cus'è? Ah Italy! The country of that beautiful and melodic language called Italian. But did you know that Italian isn't the only "language" spoken in the peninsula? F...

WTI Magazine #83    2016 September 16Author : Enrico de Iulis      Translation by:   It is very interesting to see how the years '10s of 2000 are heavily inspired by the '10s of 1900. Starting from the hipster movement that revisits many hairstyles and many mustache cuts of the first decade of the twentieth century...

  WTI Magazine #83    2016 September 16Author : Giovanni Verde      Translation by:   Scholar of physics, biology, mathematics, logic, philosophy, Latin, Greek and French, Laura Bassi Veratti was the first woman in the world to achieve an academic career and the first to be appointed chair at a University, beco...

  WTI Magazine #83    2016 September 16Author : folclore.it      Translation by:   This is a historical celebration of the glorious deeds of Frederick I of Swabia Redbeard AD 1,155. The '"Historia bella" tells us that Frederick I, called Barbarossa, passing through Medicina, became seriously ill and thanks to a...

  WTI Magazine #83    2016 September 16Author : Paola Lovisetti Scamihorn      Translation by:   This is a tasty, simple and fast recipe that you can make anytime you crave for a spicy pasta dish. The amatriciana (ahm-mah-tree-CHA-na) is mouthwatering sauce for pasta, made with guanciale (or bacon), tomato and...

  WTI Magazine #83    2016 September 16Author : italia.it      Translation by:   Sulcis Iglesiente is a geographic area located in the extreme southwest of Sardinia and is famous for its ancient origins and traditions. Already inhabited 5,000 years ago, the zone was favored by the Phoenicians and Carthaginians above all, who were the first to di...

  WTI Magazine #83    2016 September 16Author : Edoardo Peretti      Translation by:   The victory of "Liberami" by Federica di Giacomo in the Horizons section (the outside the competition part dedicated to young directors and new trends of the Venice Film Festival) was the only award won by an Italian film at...

  WTI Magazine #83    2016 September 16Author : I borghi più belli d'Italia      Translation by:   The old town of Castellabate, in the National Park of Cilento and Vallo di Diano, is recognized by the UNESCO as A "Patrimony of Humanity" in the section of "Man and Biosphere" program. Let's start from this infor...

  WTI Magazine #83    2016 September 16Author : Roberto Zarriello      Translation by:   Italy in game. Il Belpaese (the appellative for Italy, literally meaning "the beautiful country") explained to children is the educational project authored by the Art Director and social communication expert Mirko Notarange...

WTI Magazine #83    2016 September 16Author : Jennifer Gentile Martin for www.vinotravelsitaly.com      Translation by:   With so much talk of rosé this summer, and every summer for that fact, it totally makes sense that our Italian Food Wine & Travel group (#ItalianFWT) is highlighting rosé wines of Italy from...