It was about time that street art started to be considered as unique as other forms of art (should we thank Banksy for this worldwide popularity?). In Le Marche we also find murals, or Murales as they call them here. We already visited Braccano near Matelica, but this time we will take you to the..
Many Catholic countries celebrate the Assumption of Mary on August 15th, including Italy. This date is also a traditional day off in Italy, called “Ferragosto”. Don’t be surprised if everything seems to be shut down for this day, indeed even some shops and restaurants may be closed (although it is in the middle of the..
The community of Serra de Conti once belonged to one of the “Castelli di Jesi”, but before that Umbrians, Gauls and Picenians lived together on this same spot. The name Serra de Conti (hilly ridge of the counts) can already be found in documents from the 13th century. The little village probably once belonged to..
Italy and our Le Marche are slowly getting back to tracks. What a better way to promote our territory with free access to some National museums? Here is a throwback to some of the museums that we dedicated a post to already, you can click on the links to read the past blog’s articles. In..
Manchester is to the textile manufacture as Cabernardi is to the sulphur mine (only a matter of different fame all over the world). 😉 Are we exaggerating it a bit? Not at all, take a look at what we discovered. Cabernardi is one of the biggest hamlets in the surrounding of Sassoferrato. During our visit..
You know what Marcel Proust used to say ” The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.” What if the real voyage of discovery is NOT using your eyes? There is a perfect museum Ancona that lets you travel the whole world and discover many work of art without..