Author: Laura

An insight look to Victoria Accordions – thanks to Marche Craft

How many pieces do you think a music instrument is made of? Well, this is a really tricky question, you may say. Some instruments look like really easy, and some other definitely not. Among the most complicated music instruments we can include the accordion, the King of Castelfidardo, a village of 18.000 inhabitants, not far..

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Saltarello, the traditional folk dance of Le Marche

During the last photowalk, organised by Marche Tourism, in Cupramontana, the participants had the chance to assist to the traditional dance of our region. Indeed, the more southern you travel through Italy, the more rhythmical folk dance you will find; Le Marche is no exception, and we boast as well our typical regional dance. It..

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Verdicchio – the famous wine from Le Marche

Ever since I remember, home has always meant green hills covered in vines for me. Even when I was a little girl attending the elementary school, we used to spend the first days of the new school year wandering around the centre of Cupra Montana to admire the preparation of the famous “Sagra dell’Uva” (of..

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Isabelle and Elke at the Photowalk in Fermo

The agenda of Marche Tourism is never empty! At the beginning of September, a new important spot of our region was ready to welcome more than 200 photo-participants. The city was Fermo, this time, one of the 5 “provinces” of Le Marche. My fellow bloggers Isabelle and Elke, and some of their friends, joined the..

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Castelli di Arcevia. Part 1: Caudino and Nidastore

Arcevia is amongst the most famous villages in our region. The secret is that it is not only a village that we are referring to, rather 9 small walled villages – castelli in Italian – (we explained the word Castelli before in our blog) in the valley around it. I know, I know, this is..

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