MAGAZINE  

  WTI Magazine #47    2014 November, 12Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by:   2014 will be remembered in the world of Italian art as the year of Paolo Caliari, known as "Veronese". After decades of absence regarding him, Verona hosted a beautiful and comprehensive exhibition about the painter who more than any other has been linked to h...

  WTI Magazine #59    2015 May, 1Author : folclore.it      Translation by:   The Cantamaggio in Terni, the largest folk event town, enhances and promotes the ancient custom to celebrate the arrival of spring with the singers who went to the country houses to devote ditties about spring in exchange for coins or eggs, wine and food from the garden...

  WTI Magazine #72    2015 November 13Author : italia.it      Translation by:   Green meadows, thick forests, teeming streams, hidden gorges and towering waterfalls create all together a painting of rare beauty: we are in Valnerina, one of the most beautiful areas in Umbria region. The Nera River Park, better known as "Waters' Park", because of...

  WTI Magazine #75    2016 January 18Author : italia.it      Translation by:   Castel del Monte, 37 mi from Bari, is one of the 50 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Italy. Commissioned by Frederick II of Swabia in the 13th Century, the Castle is a massive and dominating octagonal structure that sits on a small stretch of the Murge plateau in Apulia...

  WTI Magazine #15    2014 Jan, 31Author : Francesca Papasergi      Translation by:   Piedmont has always been considered one of the most industrious and well-off regions in Italy. This north-western territory used to be productive and rich in small and medium enterprises, but nowadays it is enduring hard times...

  WTI Magazine #47    2014 November, 12Author : italia.it      Translation by:   The city of Padua is inextricably linked to the figure of St. Anthony, a Franciscan friar of the thirteenth century, venerated all over the world and patron of the city itself. Strenuous defender of Catholic doctrine, he fought the Cathar heresy, especially in Franc...

  WTI Magazine #52    2015 January, 23Author : Simone Callisto Manca      Translation by:   Good news for the ski team on the eve of the next World Cup, scheduled in Colorado from February 2nd to February 15th. For sure, these are not the times of Tomba and Compagnoni, or even of Giuliano Razzoli (Olympic gold in Vancouver in 2010 in the special...

  WTI Magazine #59    2015 May, 1Author : Living Adamis      Translation by:   A thousand and one ways to say "I love you" to the most important person in your life: it's what Nomination found creating a special edition of its Composable bracelet, able to let you express all your love for the dearest woman in t...

  WTI Magazine #72    2015 November 13Author : Fondazione Symbola      Translation by:   The green economy in Italy is now a seized opportunity, rather than a need to be. The numbers say this: those of GreenItaly 2015, the sixth report from Symbola Foundation and Unioncamere, promoted in collaboration with CONAI, which measures and weighs the st...

  WTI Magazine #15    2014 Jan, 31Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by:   In 1968, one of the strongest earthquakes ever recorded on Italian soil destroyed Belice, an area of the western Sicily. Whole villages were razed, including Poggioreale, Salaparuta and Gibellina. In the narration of the slow and...

  WTI Magazine #47    2014 November, 12Author : buonenotizie.it      Translation by:   A special moment lived on that bench, walking hand in hand on the avenue, a smile pulled in front of a landscape, a stolen kiss close to the door. And the smells of childhood, the sounds of growing up, the looks lost in the beauty of the context. Some places g...

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