Here we are again on our trip to discovering all the different languages and dialetti of Italy. If my itinerary is correct, our next stop is the Liguria region, a very important republic even before Italy existed and homeland to many great traders and voyagers of the past. You probably know the most famous one – Cristoforo Colombo. Who? Pardon, I f...

Si terrà martedì 19 novembre, alle 17.00, l’incontro “L’esposizione Italo Americana o ‘Colombiana’ del 1892”, conferenza nell’ambito dei Martedì de A Compagna e a cura di Edoardo Longo.Nell’Aula San Salvatore di piazza Sarzano, raggiungibile anche in metropolitanta, si parlerà delle celebrazioni colombiane del 1892, evento che rappresentò il rilanc...

“Io pacifista in trincea: Un italoamericano nella Grande guerra” è il titolo del libro di Vincenzo D’Aquila, curato da Claudio Staiti, che verrà presentato martedì prossimo, 5 novembre, alle 17.00 nella Sala del Capitano di Palazzo San Giorgio a Genova. Organizzata dal Centro Internazionale Studi Emigrazione Italiana – Cisei, alla presentazione int...

Italy has often been described as a cultural superpower and for good reason—it has more Unesco World Heritage Sites than any other country, and is home to the Uffizi Galleries and Vatican Museums, repositories of some of the world’s most spectacular art. But it has many lesser-known, exceptional museums, where you can can take in a broad range of m...

Wednesday, 10/23/2019 - 6:00pm. Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò, 22 W 12th St, New York, NY 10011. In partnership with the Bogliasco Foundation. Once deemed “the most beautiful cemetery in the world” (Le Figaro), Genoa’s monumental cemetery is a museum unique in the world, with some of the 19th century’s most stunning and elaborate statuary. Against a...

Ciao from Rome to all the friends of We the Italians! What a month! It has been full of wonderful opportunities to show and testify how great the relationship between Italy and the US is! On September 22nd I had the honor and the pleasure of giving the welcoming remarks at the National Italian American Bar Association, welcoming old and new friends...

Closed since 2012 following a landslide, the Via dell'Amore (Lovers’ Lane), the Cinque Terre’s most famous path, is scheduled to be repaired starting this fall and reopened in 2023, according to a plan presented by the Cinque Terre National Park last week. The scenic trail that connects the villages of Riomaggiore and Manarola, the first two of the...

October 11 2019 Roma, Italy On Friday, October 11, 2019, in the press room of the Chamber of Deputies in Rome, Italy, a press conference was held in defence of Christopher Columbus, organized by the deputy Federico Mollicone, with the participation of the President of We the Italians, Umberto Mucci. During the press conference, a message of greeti...

Italy’s historic shops are among its many treasures, defying the odds and surviving for hundreds of years, despite the country’s complex past. Like Florence and Rome and other destinations, Genoa is committed to preserving these special places, here called botteghe storiche, that were established between the 17th and the first half of the 20th cent...

While Italy has many renowned pasticcerias, some of the country’s most extraordinary and intriguing pastry shops, including some dating to the 18th century, are found in Genoa. Today you can have a delicious walk through the city, savoring its sweet culinary history, as you visit these spots (designated botteghe storiche), located in or close to th...