Leonardo Da Vinci's The Last Supper changes its lighting thanks to a new LED installation, guaranteeing energy savings and much lower heat emissions. This solution pollutes less and helps to better preserve Da Vinci's very delicate masterpiece, which can now only be visited in small groups. The new lighting system was prepared by Marche-based comp...

Oggi vi raccontiamo la storia di Filotea. Ma state tranquilli...nessuna reminescenza di storia greca antica. Filotea, ai giorni nostri; è una piccola realtà artigiana nel cuore delle Marche nata nel 2004 con la volontà di fare la pasta allo stesso modo di come la si faceva una volta. La pasta all'uovo Filotea viene infatti realizzata secondo l'ant...

Every June, the Saint Anthony of Padua Church in Wilmington, Delaware, runs a week-long Italian Festival which celebrates the Feast of Saint Anthony. Since the 1920s, Saint Anthony's Italian festival has grown from a small carnival into a five-block celebration around the church. Every year the festival favors a region or city of Italy th...

Presente anche l'assessore marchigiano all'Industria, Sara Gianni al Micam di Milano (15 18 settembre ) per partecipare all'incontro: "Il made in Italy avvicina Italia e Stati Uniti" . Un mercato, quello americano che vede il successo delle calzature made in Italy, come è stato sottolineato dal successo della prima partecipazione delle calzature it...

Civitanova Marche ospiterà il 24 e 25 aprile l'"Italy Soccer Tour", il tour italiano del Keene State College – New Hampshire Usa, grazie ad una iniziativa organizzata da a.s.d. United Civitanova con il patrocinio del Comune. Una delegazione di diciannove ragazzi arriverà da Boston per disputare incontri di calcio con le squadre locali, con la poss...

di Chiara Giovoni   Touring the world of Italian sparkling wine, the route swings west to east like a pendulum from Piedmont, home to Moscato and Altalanga, to Lombardy with its Franciacorta and Oltrepò Pavese, on to Trentino with Trentodoc, passing through Veneto and its legendary Prosecco, and ending with a ruby streak ​​in Emilia Romagna...

  WTI Magazine #31    2014 May, 22Author : italia.it      Translation by:   Ascoli Piceno is a beautiful Medieval city in Italy's Marches Region: its skyline is punctured by domes, spires and bell towers and filled with the golden hue of its travertine architecture. The city is surrounded on three sides by the courses of two Rivers, the Tronto a...

Once brought to Loreto, Mary's plain house was nestled inside a sumptuous marble shell, the masterpiece of a Renaissance genius.   Pope Julius II had it designed by Donato Bramante in 1509, but it took no less than seventy years to complete it – employing the talent of Andrea Sansovino, Ranieri Nerucci, Antonio da Sangallo the Younger and ma...

We will never state that Italy has to teach something to the United States, or vice versa: on the contrary, we think that, by combining their cultures, societies, and economic inheritances, the two can achieve winning goals, together. Nevertheless, this interview shows how an Italian woman has taught something to the United States, applying a metho...

  WTI Magazine #53    2015 February, 6Author : italia.it      Translation by:   As the name says, a "house museum" is a habitation or palazzo that has been transformed into a museum. It could have been the abode of illustrious gentlemen, or of common citizens, site of familiar intimacy or a center of power: that which renders a house museum exce...