EXPO ENDS IN TRIUMPH

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As the great six month-long EXPO MILANO 2015 festival draws to a close on the 31st October, organizers are rubbing their hands with glee. Despite initial gloomy predictions, the event has been an unqualified success, with ticket sales well exceeding the initial  target of 20 million (achieving over

460 million, according to latest figures )

 The exposition hosted over 2,000 events, 113 national days, some 50,000 business-to-business encounters and an infinite number of cookery exhibitions and food presentations.

 

31 Oct 2015 More

FLORENCE DUOMO OPENS NEW MUSEUM SPACE

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Art lovers in Florence will shortly have yet another attraction on which to feast their eyes when the new museum of the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore (Nuovo Museo dell'Opera del Duomo) opens to the public on the 29th October 2015 with the completion of an ambitious expansion programme involving an investment of €45 million.


28 Oct 2015 More

PAESTUM HOSTS ARCHAEOLOGY FAIR

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The Mediterranean Archaeology Tourism Trade Fair (Borsa Mediterranea del turismo Archeologico) announces a “first” for this year's edition ¿½ the institution of an “Archaeology Discovery Award”. The event, held in Paestum (Campania) between the 29th October - 1st November 2015, claims to be the only Exposition in the world dedicated to the promotion of archaeology tourism.


24 Oct 2015 More

EXPO: BRITISH PAVILION AWARDED PRIZE

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The British Pavilion at EXPO MILANO 2015 has been awarded the International Architectural Prize for its innovative beehive design. The jury, composed of members of the International Institute of Architecture (In/Arch) and the National Builders' Association (ANCE), pronounced the design by British Artists and sculptor Wolfgang Buttress “a fervent hymn to conservation”.


21 Oct 2015 More

ELEPHANTS OF ROME WITH PIANETA TERRA

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La Settimana del Pianeta Terra (Planet Earth Week), running from the 18th-25th October 2015, offers a unique opportunity to see some of Italy's most fascinating hidden sights. The 237 events programmed involve some 190 little known sites of geological and palaeontological interest in Italian territory. Organized by university professors Rodolfo Coccioni and Silvio Seno, the week of special events aims to introduce the general public to aspects and realities previously available only to experts and scientists.


18 Oct 2015 More

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