Last year post was all focused on one of the most important and revolutionary female character of our region, Maria Montessori. This year I would like to celebrate the woman by introducing you to the animated art in Le Marche. I know, this may sound a little bit confusing, just keep reading and you’ll understand..
It’s that time of the year, again!! My favourite season, if we can consider it a season per se. I’m speaking of Carnival!!!! As we mentioned last year when speaking about Cicerchiata, in Le Marche the Carnival tradition is quite widespread, hence you can basically find some sweet dolci everywhere! But bear in mind: frying is the..
When I was a child there was one tradition of birthday parties that used to mark the threshold of the “not a child anymore”-like parties: the fact that you could not only enjoy the party for a whole afternoon but even stay over for dinner! It was a real accomplishment! There was no other meal..
Maybe I am not the most romantic person in the world, but don’t blame me if the love stories in Le Marche are so tragic! Do you remember last year’s post about Paolo and Francesca in Gradara? Well, this year’s love story is quite similar, but we move a little bit southern in the region,..
Sometimes what is stunningly beautiful in a city is not what you can see, but what lies under it. Today we speak about Camerano, a small village near Ancona. The centre of Camerano is full of classical buildings, but it is really small; hence, you would need less than half an hour to visit it..
Nowadays the car is probably the most important way of transport everyone has. There are some people that treat it like a wealthy toy, and some others that simply exploit it as much as they can. But which was the equivalent of the car in the past? In Le Marche quite every farmer used to..