Fondazione Mont'e Prama and the Metropolitan Museum of New York have signed an agreement for an exhibition on the ancient history of Sardinia, which will open in May 2023 and remain open until November of the same year. Mont'e Prama director Nadia Canu, who curated the exhibition's scientific project, together with Sean Hemingway, curator of the Gr...

Milan (Lombardy), Rome (Lazio), Venice (Veneto). These are the cities on the podium for the locations chosen by wealthy Europeans interested in finding a fine residence in Italy. 9.1% choose the city of the Madonnina, in first position compared to 8.7% of those who choose the Italian capital. In third position is Venice with 2.5 percent. While the...

November 30 – December 1, 2022, a two-day conference dedicated to the work and legacy of Grazia Deledda, the first and only Italian woman to be awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature (1926). A collaboration between NYU Casa Italiana Zerilli Marimò and the Istituto Italiana di Cultura, New York, this jubilant celebration of the 150th birthday of Gra...

To say that Sardinia is a magical island sounds like the usual cliché. In reality, everything here is imbued with a thousand-year-old culture. More or less hidden, it has come down to us and survives in superstitious rites, folklore, customs and solemn rituals to which the community is very attached. If you visit this island, you will find many obj...

Are you debating swapping Thanksgiving turkey for a more affordable and hassle-free alternative, like one in five Americans this holiday season? It might be time to consider pasta. And Stanley Tucci has just the product for you. The Italian-American actor, who went deep into the world of pasta during the three seasons of his hit CNN show Searching...

Sardinia lies in the middle of the Italian sea, born in an unspecified distant historical time. Ancient, magical and wild, it bears the marks of millenary civilisations and the patience of atmospheric events that have sculpted it as they wished. A land of fairies and giants, dotted with mighty isolated palaces, it is home to stone forests, monument...

The Amalfi Coast has come to symbolize "la dolce vita," but it’s by no means the only gorgeous coastline in Italy. Sardinia — and in particular, the Costa Smeralda — has its own particular kind of glamor. In summer, yachts dot the marina at Cala di Volpe, with millionaires and celebrities coming on shore to savor spaghetti with clams at Hotel Romaz...

OnStage! Festival is back. The first American Theater Festival in Italy, presented by KIT Italia and The International Theatre in collaboration with Kairos Italy Theater in New York, Music Theater International and Roma Tre University.  The 2022 edition of OnStage! Festival, focused on Human Rights, will be held from 18 to 24 November in Rome, Pesc...

The introduction of olive cultivation in Sardinia is attributable to populations of Minoan origin who refined the local olives with repeated pruning and grafting in the period between the eighth and seventh centuries B.C. Thanks to the establishment of several important areas of olive groves in south-central Sardinia, olive growing underwent signif...

The privately owned museum is located in Dorgali, within a park full of waters fed by the spring "S'Abba frisca" (in Italian “acqua fresca”, as to say fresh water). The main theme of the park-museum is summarized in two itineraries: naturalistic and ethnographic. The itinerary begins with the presentation of plant species: narrow-leafed bonewort, c...