DREAM COSTUMES AT ROME PALAZZO BRASCHI

 

Over a hundred magnificent costumes for stage and screen by Italian designers can be admired in an exhibition staged at the Museum of Rome Palazzo Braschi. Among those are a number of creations by recent Oscar winner costumist Milena Canorero (“Grand Budapest Hotel”), including the dazzling dresses made for Queen Marie Antionette in Sofia Coppola's production, which earned her her third statuette after Kubrick's “Barry Lyndon” and Hugh Hudson's “Chariots of Fire”.


26 Feb 2015 More

LAZIO PRESENTS 100 BESTS AT EXPO

Risultati immagini per lazio e l'expo milano 2015

 

Lazio will be present at Milan EXPO 2015 with its own exhibition space showing off 100 gastronomic products unique to the region. The “basket” of products includes 26 wines, 14 types of cured meats and salami, 26 vegetables, fruits and legumes, 10 cheeses, 8 biscuits, breads and sweets, 4 olive oils and a mix of 12 other products, including mineral water.


23 Feb 2015 More

PAESTUM ARCHAEOLOGY DISCOVERY PRIZE

Risultati immagini per paestum archaeological prize

Interest was aroused in archaeology circles at the recent Milan International Tourism Fair (BIT), with the announcement that a prize for archaeological finds was to be presented at the XVIII Borsa Mediterranea del Turismo Archeologica  (Mediterranean Fair of Archaeological Tourism) programmed between the 29th October-1st November 2015 at Paestum (Campania).


20 Feb 2015 More

VENICE CARNIVAL DRAWS TO SWEET END

Risultati immagini per dolci di venezia e carnevale

Along with the celebrated Grand Ball and other spectacular events, Marted´¿½ Grasso (Shrove Tuesday), the last day of the lavish Venice Carnival, ends in the Rialto area with a tribute to traditional Venetian carnival sweetmeats, where the “Dolci Pi´¿½ Golosi del Mondo”

17 Feb 2015 More

ITALY RECOVERS OVER 5000 ANTIQUITIES FROM SWITZERLAND

 

5,361 antiquities ´¿½ enough to fill a museum of their own ´¿½ have been returned to Italy from Switzerland. The objects are the result of years of tomb robbing, smuggling and illicit sales, master-minded by dealer Gianfranco Becchina from his headquarters in Basle, After a two-year legal battle Swiss courts have recognized the right of Italy to have the antiquities returned to the Italian state.


14 Feb 2015 More

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