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Seborga, the Templar monks agritourism returns to cultivate black strawberries: ancient fruit revered by the Celts

Local products, Places of interest | Thursday 13 February

The Celts, despite their profound culture and respect for nature, hardly ever wrote anything, but transmitted traditions and customs orally.

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The drawings and portraits of Fernand Léger come out of oblivion at Biot [Video gallery]

Places of interest, Events, Video | Tuesday 11 February

More known for his cubist paintings, Fernand Léger also produced simple drawings and portraits drawn in ink or pencil. The Biotois museum opens the notebooks of these unknown masterpieces until March 2.

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Bordighera: Marcello Cammi's Enchanted Garden [Video & photo gallery]

Places of interest, Itineraries, Gallery, Video | Thursday 06 February

Marcello is Marcello and that's it ... He has created thousands of works, each of which has its own history linked to the great love for his land; love that prompted him to transform the bed of a stream into a living museum of...

The Genoa-Casella historical railway is back! [Video gallery]

The Genoa-Casella historical railway is back! [Video gallery]

Itineraries, Places of interest, Local products, Business, Video | Tuesday 04 February

A journey from the sea to the mountains filled with Ligurian flavors, adventure, and history.

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Nice: The Phoenix Park will host an "adventure trail" suspended in the air

Places of interest, Itineraries | Monday 03 February

The structure should open next February: it will cross bridges, nets, rope passages, slides until it reaches a tyrolienne (zip-line) with a free fall of 8 meters height.

Alassio has been the city of lovers since its origins

Places of interest, Events, Gallery | Friday 31 January

An ancient legend tells, in fact, that a few centuries before the year 1000, Adelasia, daughter of Otto I of Saxony, Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire, loved Aleramo a young court butler and that the emperor was not happy with...

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Turin: “Konrad Mägi. The Northern Light ": the great exhibition of the Estonian Van Gogh [Photo gallery]

Places of interest, Gallery | Thursday 30 January

Scheduled from 30 November 2019 to 8 March 2020, the exhibition in the Chiablese Hall of the Royal Museums of Turin is dedicated to Konrad Mägi (1878 - 1925), the artist with an extraordinary expressive force made above all of...

Brigasca region and culture: a heritage that knows no border

Places of interest, Itineraries | Thursday 23 January

The Brigasca region definitely knows no boundaries, no flag, no other artificial or man-made divisions, or the fate of international politics, but, in the end, it follows its own instincts and transnational dimension.

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