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A short guide to Italian bread

Discover the fascinating universe of Italian bread with ScuolaScuola Bread is much more than food: thanks to its simple ingredients and the nourishment it provides, it is a staple of the human diet across many cultures, with an ancient history dating back to the Neolithic period, charged with symbolic and ritual meanings. It has been … Continued

Power up your Italian with comics!

  The Week of the Italian Language in the World is the perfect occasion to learn Italian with comic books Happy 20th annual Week of the Italian Language in the World! This year’s theme is “Italian Between Word and Image: Graffiti, Illustrations, Comic Books,” and in this article you will discover some interesting facts about … Continued

Welcome back to Italian museums!

Italian museums and cultural sites are reopening their doors to visitors, and so let’s discover some of them After the months-long lockdown, Italy has started reopening museums, archives, libraries, archeological sites and churches to the public. Since everyone’s health is a priority, only the cultural sites able to guarantee safety and social distancing measures have been able to welcome … Continued

Four interesting places you can visit from home

Not only museums: there are many other interesting places where you can discover more about Italian culture and history Our virtual tour of Italian museums ended at the Vatican Museums, but our journey to discover Italian cultural heritage continues today, not far away from the Vatican City. All the following places brim with history and … Continued

Visit Italian museums online

Due to the Covid-19 health emergency, Italian museums and archeological sites are closed, but their websites and social media accounts are there for you Spring is usually considered the ideal season to visit Italy, in particular its città d’arte, and many of you may have planned a trip in this period. Unfortunately we cannot replace your … Continued

Parma, Italian Capital of Culture 2020

With the slogan La cultura batte il tempo Parma is the new Italian Capital of Culture Every year the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism designates a Capital of Culture to support and enhance its cultural activities. Nearly two years have passed since Parma was appointed the Italian Capital of Culture 2020. … Continued

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