MAGAZINE  

  WTI Magazine #67    2015 September, 4Author : Giovanni Verde      Translation by:   Symbol of wild and genius life, Amedeo Modigliani is one of the most revered contemporary Italian artists. His art and representation of the world of women went Beyond the world of painting and sculpture, up to defining an ori...

  WTI Magazine #68    2015 September, 18Author : Simone Callisto Manca      Translation by:   Two Italians on top of New York, the first time of two Italian tennis players in the final of a Grand Slam tournament. And yet, two friends, from the same region, Puglia, expression of a Southern Italy where young peop...

WTI Magazine #78    2016 April 15Author : Jennifer Gentile Martin for www.vinotravelsitaly.com      Translation by:   Like some of the other regions we have covered since the beginning of the New Year, Molise is one of those regions not well sought after or on the list of your must go to regions within Italy. It's surrounded by a number of region...

  WTI Magazine #27    2014 Apr, 25Author : folclore.it      Translation by:   This tradition dates back to 1371 and is held during the celebrations in honor of the patron. On the eve of the race a great costume parade winds through the streets. In the town of Narni, Umbria, takes place every year between the la...

  WTI Magazine #55    2015 March, 6Author : MIPAAF      Translation by:   Pecorino is an exquisite product with a long tradition. Ancient testimonies still exist that praise its qualities: in older times it was called "Marzolino" and in 1475 the humanist Bartolomeo Platina acclaimed it as the best cheese in Ita...

  WTI Magazine #57    2015 April, 3Author : Italia.it      Translation by:   A visit to Italy during the Easter holidays is an experience of a lifetime: from north to south, cities and towns throughout the Peninsula are celebrating during this time, with processions, religious rites, holy representations, sagre...

  WTI Magazine #67    2015 September, 4Author : Paola Lovisetti Scamihorn      Translation by:   Panzerotti are so Italian that there is no a real translation into English, like pasta, pizza or focaccia. They are prepared with a dough similar to that of pizza or focaccia and are stuffed with tomato and mozzarel...

  WTI Magazine #68    2015 September, 18Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by:   In common belief, it is thought that Donato Bramante was born in Milan or rather in Lombardy, but the truth is that he was born in 1444 in Fermignano, a small town near Urbino in the Marche region. In fact, the typical educa...

  WTI Magazine #78    2016 April 15Author : Margherita Bossetti Nigris      Translation by:   Ever since she was a child, growing up in her hometown of Como, she has loved to cook: making a big mess but also learning delicious recipes such as lasagne or ravioli, Paola Lovisetti Scamihorn has learned well, putti...

WTI Magazine #9    2013 Dec, 13Author : Alessandro Masi      Translation by:   The verb, used today mostly in the figurative sense, originates in games like bowling or billiards, in which you win by rejecting (bouncing) something. The latest news tells us of failures, rejections that threaten to undermine the entir...

  WTI Magazine #27    2014 Apr, 25Author : italia.it      Translation by:   Ferrara, in Emilia-Romagna, with its invaluable testimonies from the Renaissance, is one of 49 Italian sites on UNESCO's World Heritage List, inserted in 1995. The Po Delta Regional Park, a highly precious natural ecosystem, was inserte...

  WTI Magazine #55    2015 March, 6Author : Unioncamere      Translation by:   The first "horned saddles" or "buttera saddles" date back to the second half of the 16th century, during the period of Spanish influence, with the establishment of the State of the Garrisons in Tuscany, in 1557, at the behest of Fede...