Driiiiiiiiiiiin the bell’s ringing! Tutti in classe! Time to get to class! If you can’t remember when you last heard the school bell, you should definitely experience this magical time in The School Museum in Macerata. Luckily enough, I am quite young and the materials that are exposed in this museum match only with far..
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Spring time, asparagus time! Regardless of whether you prefer the green, purple or white ones, they taste all delicious. In Le Marche you can find the wild growing green variety, that appears in mid-April, early May. We are perfectly on time to have a post on that, then! Along with other wild growing vegetables, if..
So far we only talked about food or agricultural tradition, but not mentioned that from food, grain in particular, not only pasta can be made. Today we talk about the famous “hat-art” production in Montappone, in the area of Fermo. Hats in Montappone are a synonym of long tradition and enthusiastic people, such as the..
Kids have always cherished the snow falling quietly down and covering trees, fields and houses with its white blanket. But has it always been like that? As back as the memory of our grandparents goes, snow has always been important for nature and human beings. A long time ago, when the snow had arrived, activities..
As many young adults in my region, I am a proud granddaughter of two hard-working farmers. My grandparents, and before them, my grand-grandparents, were tenant farmers or, as they were called in Italy “mezzadri”. Mezzadria was a system of feudal land tenure whereby a farmer, namely my grandparents, paid half of the farm’s produce as..